Is this true or can I just do this within the DLink router management tools (and if so, how)? Order online todayDon't forget to tag answers as Accepted Solutions and give a Kudo to the member(s) who helped you outAll moderation actions are supported by the CrowdSupport Community Guidelines Message But I have a customer with a Telstra router with default gateway 10.0.0.138 which is not the norm for home use, usually this convention is used for business. Then plug in your NVG510 and power-on the router (at same time is fine; otherwise, do modem then router).The end result of the network setup is depicted here:Once again, you can his comment is here
If you were, somehow, able to change your modem's MAC address, your ISP would no longer recognize your modem as being associated with you. Start Here This topic has been marked solved and closed to new posts due to inactivity. You can't change the MAC address because your Internet service is tied to it. Thoughts?
Complaining about my cable signal quality/speed non-stop to my ISP. If it does, I'll post some pictures on here next week.By the way, I only have internet access and no TV or Phone on this NVG589. Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page Changing router to "B" or "G" technology Solved!
SOLVED Share Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page Go to Solution All Forum Should I or can I use the DD-WRT firmware for the old router? There are two things to consider. Without knowing what the NVG589 is doing internally it appears that this setup has two separate networks.
Before changing anything with routers it is a good practice to see what you have that works and how it is configured. You could effectively steal someone's service with that capability. Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Report Go here; http://media2.comcast.net/anon.comcastonline2/support/userguides/Wireless_Gateway_User_Guide_030811.... useful reference Only your router will request an IP address, so MAC cloning will work.That makes perfect sense.
Message 9 of 36 0 Kudos Reply Reply my thoughts Employee Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 02-01-2014 8:59 A router handles communication between two networks, usually referred to as WAN and LAN. You will need the access code (on the side of the modem) to make changes in the settings. Login to the old router and look at the way the WAN (Internet section) is configured.
Check out our Community Wiki or Support Portal || Looking for a new mobile? https://community.netgear.com/t5/Wireless-N-Routers/Question-on-changing-router-to-range-extender/td-p/1198947 So the "yyy" segment (offset) needs to be different. Report It Here Billing & Rewards Internet Data Information Copyright Infringement Information Additional Support This link will open a new windowATandT Key LinksLegal Policy CenterThis link will open a new windowPrivacy As the old router mostly works I want to confirm that I can return to it without making any changes to the computer.
As in, "Magister76 is a paying customer with MAC address XYZ". this content View solution in original post Report Inappropriate Content Message 3 of 4 (465 Views) Reply 0 Kudos All Replies StephenB Guru Posts: 29,571 Registered: 2015-07-16 Re: Question on changing router to Actually using it as an AP would work for me. Getting it up and running was a breeze.
All three of my services (TV, Internet, and Phone)are from VZ FiOS. Would it have to be a direct connection from the linksys or can it be through the switch hub? can we add additional addresses/connections on the ATT router in this setup? weblink Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
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I'm sure that this is an easy process, but I don't want to screw it up. I set up my E1000 as you described and my upstream has gone from .2 - .3 with the NVG back to .9 that I used to have.Thank you again. TerryNet, Mar 10, 2009 #12 philtivvy Thread Starter Joined: Dec 31, 2006 Messages: 645 Hi TerryNet I have both the Belkin installation wizard and my ISPs wizard for installing a Belkin I know im not outside the dynamic range as the cameras are all confused and are constantly changing.
Message 8 of 36 0 Kudos Reply Reply RevJeff144 Contributor Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 02-01-2014 7:36 AM I have readthe FiOS wiki info on using own router, so no need to supply that link to me.My question is this -- on the fioswiki board, they say you must Would anyone please tell me how to do this? http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-changing/solved-changing-pc-case.html belkin support has no idea why.
Thanks. Categories: Posts Information Center 2253 Community Announcements Terms of Service and User Guidelines Recognition Room Community Use FAQs Suggestions For This Community Community Blogs 1177 Verizon Business Markets Blog Products and Report Inappropriate Content Message 5 of 15 (3,640 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Magister76 Aspirant Posts: 6 Registered: 2016-07-23 Re: How to change the router's MAC address Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe I also noticed on the Home Netowork > Settings & DHCP section of the NVG510 that there's a Cascaded Router option/feature.
I'm not familiar with how DHCP operates with ISP's and their cable modems, but it seems to me that, regardless of the router's MAC address, if the MAC of the cable zvone, Nov 22, 2016, in forum: Networking Replies: 2 Views: 231 zvone Nov 23, 2016 Trouble changing LAN address brainwave89, Nov 16, 2016, in forum: Networking Replies: 6 Views: 246 TerryNet Regarding the gateway address, if you changed yours from the modem's default, be sure to reflect that here as well in the router. Internet Explorer).
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Order online todayDon't forget to tag answers as Accepted Solutions and give a Kudo to the member(s) who helped you outAll moderation actions are supported by the CrowdSupport Community Guidelines Message It's your home, your way... That's it!There are no more steps required in your router to operate with the NVG510.To ensure everything takes effect, turn off your router (unplug if no power switch).
anyone have any idea what is going wrong? 0 Kudos jimqwerty Copper Contributor Posts: 11 Registered: 05-15-2009 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Accessing and setup of a Wireless Gateway Find everything you need to know about setting up your wireless gateway. pedroguy, Mar 7, 2009 #2 philtivvy Thread Starter Joined: Dec 31, 2006 Messages: 645 Hi pedroguy I am not trying to reset the router but replace it. i'd like to keep separate the wireless video traffic from the internal subnet.so to restate in your diagram you have a single connection to the ATT gateway can we have additional
Best wishes phil philtivvy, Mar 7, 2009 #1 Sponsor pedroguy Joined: Jan 28, 2001 Messages: 6,523 Hi:Any change in your network environment,will generally require a power on reset of Report Inappropriate Content Message 9 of 15 (3,614 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Magister76 Aspirant Posts: 6 Registered: 2016-07-23 Re: How to change the router's MAC address Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe I do not see any option for this in the router's configuration menu.I know that this is possible with other Netgear routers. I still want to use the WNDR4500 but as a repeater or range extender on the first floor of my home.
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