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2013-03-25 11:29 PM
2013-03-26 12:39 AM
2013-03-26 01:53 AM
Devor wrote: Are you able to log into the router's configuration?
Are you getting a public IP on the WAN?
Are you getting a 1000M/Full connection on the WAN and also on LAN1?
2013-03-26 07:34 AM
2013-03-26 06:48 PM
jmizoguchi wrote: 1. turn off the cable modem and unplug ethernet cable
2. wait for few min (20min)
3. turn on the cable modem only and do NOT plug any ethernet cable
4. wait until all the light up on cable modem
5. ONLY after all the light is up. hook up a router behind the cable modem
6. you should able to get public IP from the ISP and it will show up in the router status when you login the router.
** remove the BATTERY from the cable modem if built-in and follow from #1~
2013-03-26 08:24 PM
2013-03-27 12:14 AM
2013-03-27 06:23 AM
Based on this statement try spoofing the MAC address. Enter the above PC's MAC address in the router's Internet Setup__Routers MAC Address___ and check use this MAC. Try removing WAN cable and re-inserting it. At times just reestablishing a connection to a cable modem has renewed IP lease without have to reboot modem. Some ISP's only authorize one MAC the MAC which was used to setup the account. They might of done some back office house cleaning, worth a try.
boogsau wrote: If I connect the modem directly into a PC the internet works.
2013-03-27 05:04 PM
jmizoguchi wrote: you need to look router status and what you are getting
searay wrote: Based on this statement try spoofing the MAC address.