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Re: Verizon DSL speed drop. Can someone review my line?
said by jut22:Well that depends on the firmware.
7.no, how would i go about doing that?
If you are using the Red and Black firmware:
#1 Quote from »Verizon Online DSL FAQ »How do I use a router with the Westell 6100?
quote:#2 Once you are at that screen. Where it says Modem IP Address, you could change it so that it is 192.168.0.1 - for example.
Click the My Network icon again, click Network Connections from the left menu again. On the Broadband Connection screen, click the word "Lan",
#3 Save/Apply your settings.
If you are using the White and Blue Firmware:
#1 In the Westell go to Configuration -> Private LAN Connection
#2 Again: Once you are at that screen. Where it says Modem IP Address, you could change it so that it is 192.168.0.1 - for example. And then Save/Apply your settings.
#3 Sample screen shot(s) of the Westell using the White and Blue firmware, are at:
said by jut22:Ok.
8. i set it up as pppoe.
** Option one **
#1 As addressed in
»[modem/router] How to access 6100G's interface while connected?
Since their RJ-45 WAN router is setup for pppoe and if
b) ..the modem combo LAN IP and their RJ-45 LAN IP are not in the same subnet.
As long as the pppoe connection is down, they can access the modem combo.
By not the same subnet, for example: Modem at 192.168.0.1 and the RJ-45 WAN port router at 192.168.1.1
** Option two **
said by jut22:I take that it means, no. All of them are not in use.
2. i have a ps3 wired in.
If that is case: Notice what the fix that is suggested by wayjac to fix the OP's issue of the other thread.
Direct Link to this fix »Re: [modem/router] How to access 6100G's interface while connect
Are these two options (above) true, you might ask.
I can not tell you it is because:
#1 I am not on PPPoE.
#2 I have never tried (and or) noticed those things.
Option #3 and #4 (based upon what equipment you have)
I point »Linksys FAQ »How do I access a modem that is connected to the WAN port of a Linksys Router?
Option 3 is: Both routers are not in the same subnet and then the RJ-45 WAN port router's WAN IP is set to a Static IP that is in the same subnet as the modem combo.
While I know your RJ-45 WAN port router is not a Linksys, I know this option works with other RJ-45 WAN port routers.
Option 4 is: Disconnecting your computer from the RJ-45 WAN port router, disconnecting the modem combo from the RJ-45 WAN port router, setting a Static IP on your computer's wired NIC, and hooking your wired NIC to the modem combo.
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