Re: what's problem with router configuration
Thanks! I can use any number of ethernet card, but whenever I use a third one, I have to power off
cable modem and then power on again.
My router is linksys befw11s4 V4
--- Martin Marcher <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> 2007/9/19, Serena Cantor <email@example.com>:
> > I used to connect Internet thru cable modem.
> > Now I buy a wireless router and connect thru router. Actually I use wired part of the wireless
> > router.
> > IP is auto configed as 192.168.1.100, and I can visit admin page of router, but can't visit
> > rest of Internet.
> there are a couple of providers out there that restrict to the mac
> address your computer has (read: a single mac address registered at
> the provider).
> call their support and tell them the mac of your router if that is the case.
> other things:
> * does the router get a public IP from the cable modem?
> * does the route have connection to the rest of the world?
> * is the router supported by your isp (if not just thell them your
> network card changed and don't tell them about the router until you're
> absolutely sure that it for some reason doesn't work - i found that if
> you have "unsupported" hardware support get's picky about giving you
> any info at all even if you are allowed to have a route just happens
> to be a model that is unsupported...)
> apart from that I assume that you have a Linksys WRT54GL ver 3.1 with
> 2MB of flash and flashed that with openwrt. you can always connect to
> the router with ssh and see if that has a connection and check the
> logs on your router (/var/log....) to find hints about problems.
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