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5. General Information
Each Wave internet account comes with 30 MB of personal web space. You can upload your content to the web through one of these methods:
• You can upload files using FTP, which is available through web publishing programs and FTP clients or can also be accessed through many web browsers. In a publishing program, you will want to make certain that FTP is selected as the upload method. For either a web publishing or FTP program, enter the server as home.wavecable.com, and the same username and password as you use for your email.
• To use FTP through a web browser, enter ftp://home.wavecable.com into the address bar and a login window will appear. Use the same username and password as your email. You can then drag-and-drop files from your desktop or a folder window, to the browser window, and the files will upload from your computer to the server.
Once you have uploaded a file named index.html, it will be visible on the web by going to your personalized URL: http://home.wavecable.com/~username/. Username is your email account.
If you encounter difficulties creating your website, please be aware that Wave's technical staff are not trained to address web design issues; you may wish to consult an HTML tutorial.
Looking at your modem at »192.168.100.1 (address may vary depending on your modem):
Signal to Noise Ratio: Above 34 dBmV.
Upstream Power Level: 37 to 49 dBmV.
Downstream Power Level: -10 to +10 dBmV, the closer to 0 dBmV, the better.
If your modem shows values outside of these ranges, contact Wave to have someone come out to fix the problem.
Tunnel Type: 6to4
Relay IP: 184.108.40.206
Most of the time, 6to4 should configure itself. If you have any problems setting IPv6 up, make a post here.
Native IPv6 is coming soon.