motorola sb5100 : cant access http://192.168.100.1
hey all im having a problem with my sb5100, recently i mucked around with the configuration settings through »192.168.100.1
and i unchecked something that said "use modem has dhcp server" now i cant access the diagnostics page, is there anyway i can hard reset the modem to its original config?
There is no external reset.
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Re: motorola sb5100 : cant access http://192.168.1
As Johkal pointed out there is no external reset...What you can do to check that box again is:
Change your PC's network address to be 192.168.100.2 (You will temporarily lose internet connectivity)
Open up a browser and go to »192.168.100.1
(You should get the diagnostics page
Check the DHCP box
Change your PC's network address to be DHCP
Viola, you should have the diagnostics page back if that's how you broke it.
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When I look at my network configuration, this is what it shows:
IP Address: 192.168.1.102
Router Address: 192.168.1.1
My modem address is suppossed to be: 192.168.100.1
Does this help solve my my mystery? Man, is this modem world always this complicated?
do you use a router ?
It is normally no problem, if the netmask doesn't fit to the IP-Adress of the modem.
I've changed my router from D-Link to TP-Link, because the D-Link doesn't work correctly with my cable connection.
With the D-Link-Router i can connect to the Modem via HTTP, but i'm not able to get the web interface with my new router.
I've asked the vendor, there is no solution.
But i can already connect to/check the modem with docsdiag, that is enough for me, because the Modem doesn't have any settings for the end-users.