reply to brownstone
Re: dvw3201b port forwarding Brownstone did you get any joy at fixing that as I am having trouble connecting a slingbox. I need to forward port 5001 which I appear to have done via the router interface but it still will not connect
Ok, I figured out how to setup bridge mode, but I'm unable to reach the ubee management interface either wired or wireless after the change.
192.168.0.1/TlModeChange.asp (just a FYI this page wouldn't come up under Ubuntu and Firefox)
Some threads said that 192.168.0.100 work on some models, but not the dvw3201b. Just hold in the reset button until the modem resets and start over, no big deal. In bridge mode your router will detect eth1 port as a static address, not exactly what I wanted. I will report back after I try some more things tonight.
Saint Petersburg, FL
If you will just call the great folks in the PDS group this will be done in mere minutes...no seriously just minutes
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Got it man! Sorry, I had to figure it out myself I had bridge mode working this morning, but my router wouldn't get an address via DHCP (just be patient, it will work eventually). In any event hit this link »Re: Time Warner Cable Wideband Internet Coming To Columbia, SC and it will help except for the master password, etc. I just used user/user and you can hit the ubee at 192.168.100.1 after it's in bridge mode. If you scren up, just hold in the reset for about ten seconds until the top light is flashing by itself.
reply to BHNtechXpert
Re: dvw3201b port forwarding OK, port 80 still blocked, must be lightning upgrade. Is this a known blocked port? Work on both 10/20bm plans prior. At least I know how to put the ubee in bridge mode
Ok, port 80 started working (hence the title, sorry about all the bridge mode stuff). I'm not sure why it was blocked before, but I made sure my no-ip address was updated. Once I did that I can forward to port 80 and 443 now!