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Standard User athegn
(member) Mon 06-Aug-12 19:59:07
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Re: Wired and Wireless access from an ethernet port.


[re: MHC] [link to this post]
 
Found out something. My Win 64 bit does not have telnet enable by default.

Will have to leave for today; I shall return, hopefully with a success.
Standard User jchamier
(knowledge is power) Mon 06-Aug-12 20:10:24
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Re: Wired and Wireless access from an ethernet port.


[re: athegn] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by athegn:
My Win 64 bit does not have telnet enable by default.


All Win7's are the same, see here:
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/ar...

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Standard User athegn
(member) Wed 08-Aug-12 16:18:48
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Re: Wired and Wireless access from an ethernet port.


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Returned for another try

Got telnet running now.

However also get Setup running on browser.

using setup I changed configuration with these settings:-

Device:
Name SpeedTouch 780
Serial # 0703JTQ3U

Device Configuration:
Region UK
Provider All
Service Data (Custom)
Description UK Custom Routed PPP connection

(Public Subnet config etc)

Routed Internet Connection:
VPI/VCI 0.38
Connection Type PPPoA (UK Default)
User Name zen******@zen
Password ********

Router Addressing:
LAN Addressing Scheme Private(with-NAT)
IP address of your SpeedTouch 192.168.1.91
Ethernet Subnet 192.168.1.0
Ethernet Mask 255.255.255.0

Address Management:
Enable DHCP disabled
Enter First DHCP Address 192.168.1.64
Enter Last DHCP Address 192.168.1.253


However I cannot logon to speedtouch via 192.168.1.91 the address I want to use.

I can via;-

Speedtouch - Unknown-08-2e-5f-23-f2-0d

which shows 192.168.1.254 the original IP address.

Where do I go from here


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Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Wed 08-Aug-12 16:45:13
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Re: Wired and Wireless access from an ethernet port.


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Does it work now as an ethernet switch and a WAP?


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Standard User athegn
(member) Wed 08-Aug-12 18:14:26
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Re: Wired and Wireless access from an ethernet port.


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Sought of.

My Samsung Galaxy S2 will connect via wifi. But my Dell laptop won't.

However now my Dell laptop won't connect to the Netgear WAP either; Galaxy will?

Once again having to leave this as next appointment arising.
Standard User Deadbeat
(knowledge is power) Wed 08-Aug-12 18:58:37
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Re: Wired and Wireless access from an ethernet port.


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Given what you said, the problem lies with your Dell. Try connecting without any encryption set. If that works, try WEP, then WPA.
Standard User jchamier
(knowledge is power) Wed 08-Aug-12 23:25:40
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Re: Wired and Wireless access from an ethernet port.


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In reply to a post by Deadbeat:
Given what you said, the problem lies with your Dell. Try connecting without any encryption set. If that works, try WEP, then WPA.


Look for a driver update for the Dell wireless, but there were issues with some cheaper Dell TrueMobile wireless cards with very problematic drivers.

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Standard User athegn
(member) Thu 09-Aug-12 08:29:32
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Re: Wired and Wireless access from an ethernet port.


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Quick check this morning

Speedtouch turned off. Dell now connects to Netgear WAP and Thompson router perfectly.

Perhaps some conflict when Speedtouch active?
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Thu 09-Aug-12 08:40:37
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Re: Wired and Wireless access from an ethernet port.


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What SSID, password, encryption and channel did you specify on the Speedtouch?
You should have the same SSID, password and encryption but a different channel.


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Standard User athegn
(member) Fri 10-Aug-12 08:23:09
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THank you for everones help so far.

Have to put this on hold; holiday calling.
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