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Re: Service Can't Seem To Be Fixed
Hmm, it looks as if a couple of your questions never got answered.
said by Loy :Those two settings allow you to send logging information to a syslog server (standard on nearly every Unix like operating system including Linux). With 3rd party software it is also possible to receive syslog information on windows systems (for example the kiwi syslog server). The advantage of sending syslog information from the modem to a remote server is that the information is preserved when the modem is being restarted. However it is not necessary to setup a syslog server in order to view the most recent syslog information on the modem.
The system Log was off. I want to turn it on but what do I put in the Server IP Address: 0.0.0.0 and Server UDP Port: 0. I'm pretty sure they shouldn't be zero. Right?
said by Loy :WEP is an older and somewhat weak encryption protocol. While it will prevent accidental use of your wifi connection by one of your neighbors it will not keep out anybody who is determined to get in (tools exist to automate the breaking of WEP encryption). The only reason to enable WEP would be if you have some older wifi equipment that doesn't support WPA.
WEP Encryption: Disabled
Should that ^ be Enabled?
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