Clueless!

Discussion in 'Home Networking' started by anthony cox, Feb 23, 2005.

  1. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    Ok, firstly, my pc is connected to the safecom via ethernet cable. When I
    connect phone line to safecom, I cannot connect to internet. Laptop sees and
    connects immeadiately to pc on startup. I am able to access shared folders
    either way but cannot connect to internat from laptop even while connected
    to network and browsing folders!
    Ant.
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
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  2. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    By the way, my clock shows correct time here, your last post shows a posted
    time of 13:06!
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
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  3. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    NBT - would you interactively walk me through each screen to ensure my setup
    and settings are correct? Would appreciate it greatly! Ant.
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #23
  4. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    Here are my current settings -

    Primary Setup
    Item Setting
    LAN IP Address
    WAN Type RFC1483 Bridge Mode with NAT
    WAN IP Mode Dynamic IP Address
    WAN's MAC Address
    Renew IP Forever Enable (Auto-reconnect)
    Data Encapsulation LLCVC-MuxVC
    VPI Number
    VCI Number
    Schedule type UBRCBR





    OAM Setup

    Item Setting
    Activation/De-activation setting Enable
    Loopback setting Enable
    Fault Management setting Enable


    Type Status
    FMstate Normal
    ADstate Ready






    DHCP Server

    Item Setting
    DHCP Server Enable
    Lease Time Minutes
    IP Pool Starting Address
    IP Pool Ending Address
    Domain Name
    Primary DNS
    Secondary DNS
    Primary WINS
    Secondary WINS
    Gateway (optional)



    Part 2 to follow.
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #24
  5. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    Part 2 -

    Wireless Setting
    Item Setting
    Network ID(SSID)
    Channel 12345678910111213
    Wireless connecting mode 11g only Mixed 11b only
    Security None
    WEP
    802.1X
    WPA-PSK
    WPA
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #25
  6. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    Part 3 -

    Virtual Server
    ID Service Ports Server IP Enable Use Rule#
    1 192.168.123.
    2 192.168.123.
    3 192.168.123.
    4 192.168.123.
    5 192.168.123.
    6 192.168.123.
    7 192.168.123.
    8 192.168.123.
    9 192.168.123.
    10 192.168.123.
    11 192.168.123.
    12 192.168.123.


    Well known services -- select one --AUTH (113)DNS (53)FTP (21)ISAKMP
    (500)POP3 (110)PPTP (1723)SMTP (25)TELNET (23)WEB (80)
    Schedule rule (00)Always ID --123456789101112
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #26
  7. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    Part 4 -

    Special Applications
    ID Trigger Incoming Ports Enable
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8


    Popular applications -- select one --Battle.netDialpadICU IIMSN
    Gaming ZonePC-to-PhoneQuick Time 4 ID --12345678
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #27
  8. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    Part 5 -

    Miscellaneous Items
    Item Setting Enable
    IP Address of DMZ Host 192.168.123.
    Non-standard FTP port
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #28
  9. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    Part 6 -

    Outbound Packet Filter
    Item Setting
    Outbound Filter Enable
    Allow all to pass except those match the following rules.
    Deny all to pass except those match the following rules.

    ID Source IP:ports Destination IP:ports Enable Use Rule#
    1 : :
    2 : :
    3 : :
    4 : :
    5 : :
    6 : :
    7 : :
    8 : :



    Schedule rule (00)Always ID --12345678



    Domain Filter

    Item Setting
    Domain Filter Enable
    Log DNS Query Enable
    Privilege IP Addresses Range From To


    ID Domain Suffix Action Enable
    1 Drop Log
    2 Drop Log
    3 Drop Log
    4 Drop Log
    5 Drop Log
    6 Drop Log
    7 Drop Log
    8 Drop Log
    9 Drop Log
    10 * (all others) Drop Log -





    URL Blocking
    Item Setting
    URL Blocking Enable


    ID URL Enable
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10




    MAC Address Control
    Item Setting
    MAC Address Control Enable
    Connection control Wireless and wired clients with C checked can
    connect to this device; and allowdeny unspecified MAC addresses to connect.
    Association control Wireless clients with A checked can associate to
    the wireless LAN; and allowdeny unspecified MAC addresses to associate.


    ID MAC Address IP Address C A
    1 192.168.123.
    2 192.168.123.
    3 192.168.123.
    4 192.168.123.



    DHCP clients -- select one --00-11-5B-55-D4-C5 : 192.168.123.176
    (homepc1) ID --1234



    VPN Settings
    Item Setting
    VPN Enable
    Max. number of tunnels


    ID Tunnel Name Method
    1 IKEMANUAL
    2 IKEMANUAL
    3 IKEMANUAL
    4 IKEMANUAL
    5 IKEMANUAL







    Miscellaneous Items
    Item Setting Enable
    Remote Administrator Host / Port /
    Administrator Time-out seconds (0 to disable)
    Discard PING from WAN side
    VPN PPTP Pass-Through
    VPN IPSec Pass-Through





    ADSL Modem Performance Setting
    Item Setting
    Tx Gain
    ffset -10.0-9.5-9.0-8.5-8.0-7.5-7.0-6.5-6.0-5.5-5.0-4.5-4.0-3.5-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.5-1.0-0.50.0+0.5+1.0+1.5+2.0+2.5+3.0dB
    Target Noise Margin
    ffset -3.0-2.5-2.0-1.5-1.0-0.50.0+0.5+1.0+1.5+2.0+2.5+3.0dB
    Max Bits per Tone 234567891011121314bits/tone
    Rx Gain
    ffset -10.0-9.5-9.0-8.5-8.0-7.5-7.0-6.5-6.0-5.5-5.0-4.5-4.0-3.5-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.5-1.0-0.50.0+0.5+1.0+1.5+2.0+2.5+3.0dB
    Tx Output Power Offset
    0.0-0.5-1.0-1.5-2.0-2.5-3.0-3.5-4.0-4.5-5.0-5.5-6.0-6.5-7.0-7.5-8.0-8.5-9.0-9.5-10.0dBm
    Rx Output Power Offset
    0.0-0.5-1.0-1.5-2.0-2.5-3.0-3.5-4.0-4.5-5.0-5.5-6.0-6.5-7.0-7.5-8.0-8.5-9.0-9.5-10.0dBm
    ADSL Open Type Auto ModeITU G.DMT modeANSI T1.413 modeITU G.LITE mode



    Warning: The integrated ADSL modem might not work well if these parameters
    were set improperly. DO NOT try to adjust these parameters under normal
    usage. If any problem has happened after you changed the settings, just
    reset it to default values to recover the physical characteristics.


    System Status

    Item WAN Status Sidenote
    WAN Type PPP over ATM
    IP Address 0.0.0.0
    Subnet Mask 255.255.255.255
    Gateway 0.0.0.0
    Domain Name Server 0.0.0.0
    ADSL Connection (DownStream/UpStream) Not Connected
    Connection Time -

    Item Peripheral Status Sidenote
    Dial-up Modem Not ready
    Printer Ready


    Statistics of WAN Inbound Outbound
    Octets 543 186
    Unicast Packets 2 10
    Non-unicast Packets 0 0




    System Time: Thu Jul 01 02:36:56 2004


    System Log
    Item Setting Enable
    IP Address for Syslog
    E-mail Alert
    SMTP Server IP and Port
    Send E-mail alert to
    E-mail Subject





    Dynamic DNS
    Item Setting
    DDNS Enable
    Provider DynDNS.org(Dynamic)DynDNS.org(Custom)TZO.comdhs.org
    Host Name
    Username / E-mail
    Password / Key





    SNMP Setting
    Item Setting
    Enable SNMP Local Remote
    Get Community
    Set Community
    IP 1
    IP 2
    IP 3
    IP 4
    SNMP Version V1V2c





    Routing Table
    Item Setting
    Dynamic Routing Disable RIPv1 RIPv2
    Static Routing Disable Enable


    ID Destination Subnet Mask Gateway Hop Enable
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8






    Schedule Rule
    Item Setting
    Schedule Enable


    Rule# Rule Name Action






    UPnP
    Item Enable
    UPnP Setting




    System Log

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    WAN Type: PPP over ATM (R1.01e6TIG)
    Display time: Thu Jul 01 00:14:55 2004


    * PPPOA INIT
    *
    *
    * ADSL SAR INIT OK
    * ADSL Connection Opened
    * ADSL OperationMode Available
    *
    * The ADSL FIRMWARE VER. is 13.9.45
    * Connected with ITU G.DMT mode.
    * ##### Data Rate Fast
    * DownStream: 1152 Kbps, UpStream: 288 Kbps
    * DOD:triggered internally
    01 July 2004 00:00:30 PPPOA start to dial-up
    * PPP Open....OA
    * PPPoA dialup OK....
    * CHAP3: OK
    * IPCP3: IP is 84.67.12.235
    * IPCP3: DNS0 is 195.92.195.95
    * IPCP3: DNS1 is 195.92.195.94
    01 July 2004 00:02:13 Unrecognized access from 200.78.247.145:5241 to UDP
    port 137
    01 July 2004 00:02:15 Unrecognized access from 218.83.153.58:33928 to UDP
    port 1027
    01 July 2004 00:03:30 Unrecognized access from 207.46.106.143:1863 to TCP
    port 1117
    01 July 2004 00:03:35 Unrecognized access from 207.46.106.143:1863 to TCP
    port 1117
    01 July 2004 00:03:40 Unrecognized access from 207.46.106.143:1863 to TCP
    port 1117
    01 July 2004 00:03:45 Unrecognized access from 207.46.106.143:1863 to TCP
    port 1117
    01 July 2004 00:05:55 Unrecognized access from 151.44.80.14:13154 to TCP
    port 4662
    01 July 2004 00:06:01 Unrecognized access from 151.44.80.14:13154 to TCP
    port 4662
    01 July 2004 00:06:34 Unrecognized access from 151.44.80.14:13318 to TCP
    port 13842
    01 July 2004 00:10:38 Unrecognized access from 82.51.118.17:4434 to TCP port
    4662
    01 July 2004 00:10:40 Unrecognized access from 82.51.118.17:4434 to TCP port
    4662
    01 July 2004 00:10:46 Unrecognized access from 82.51.118.17:4434 to TCP port
    4662
    01 July 2004 00:13:23 Admin from 192.168.123.176 login successfully
    01 July 2004 00:13:43 Admin from 192.168.123.176 login successfully
    01 July 2004 00:14:00 Admin from 192.168.123.176 login successfully
    01 July 2004 00:14:19 Unrecognized access from 200.121.175.54:11738 to UDP
    port 137

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------




    Miscellaneous Items
    Item Setting
    MAC Address for Wake-on-LAN
    Domain Name or IP address for Ping Test
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #29
  10. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    That didn't work as i thought but maybe it will help! Why is the time wrong
    and how do I change it?
    Ant.
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #30
  11. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    This is what I am trying to explain - username and password correct, I am
    only a novice at networking!
    ("usual" settings: VPI=0, VCI=38, Data encapsulation PPP0A VC-Mux

    I have no idea what this means! There are 28 pages of settings for this
    unit, I need the novice walk through because I have no idea what 90% of them
    mean!
    Ant.
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #31
  12. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    I can send you the manual if you like, or post it maybe?
    Ant.
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #32
  13. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    ADSL Modem
    System Time
    System Log
    Dynamic DNS
    SNMP
    Routing
    Schedule Rule
    UPnP
    This is the Advanced menu. Ant.
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #33
  14. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    Every time I change to RFC 2364 PPoA and save, I exit the page and save, the
    red "no change" warning comes up. When I re visit the page, RFC1483 Bridge
    mode with NAT is still there.
    Ant.
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #34
  15. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    How ? Every time I select "system time" the System Status page loads.
    Ant.
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #35
  16. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    No, misc contains settings for MAC Address for Wake-on-LAN and Domain Name
    or IP address for Ping Test.
    Ant.
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #36
  17. anthony cox

    NBT Guest

    Set PC and Laptop to accept automatic addressing.


    To configure TCP/IP for automatic addressing

    1.. Open. Network Connections
    2.. Right-click the network connection that you want to configure, and
    then click Properties.
    3.. On the General tab (for a local area connection) or the Networking tab
    (all other connections), click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and then click
    Properties.
    4.. Click Obtain an IP address automatically, and then click OK.
    Notes

    a.. To open Network Connections, click Start, point to Settings, click
    Control Panel, and then double-click Network Connections.
    b.. You must be logged on to this computer as an administrator to complete
    this procedure.
    Then log onto your router and go to DHCP

    DHCP Server enable
    Lease Time 1440 Mins (changes address if
    computer has been on the network for 24 hrs continuously)

    IP Pool staring address 192.168.123.20 (1st computer
    logged will probably be given this address)

    IP Pool ending address 192.168.123.46

    Domain name Sybil (This is optional )

    Primary DNS 192.168.123.254

    leave remainder blank

    Wireless Setting

    SSID Chicken_Little (can be anything you
    want and laptop will show name when looking for a network)

    Channel 2 (can be any that
    are listed but the lower channels seem to get less interference from
    ext sources)

    WEP Disable (only leave
    encryption
    disabled until network is working then encrypt)

    802.1x
    For the time being disable this you can always enable after
    network is working

    Make sure you have saved this data and try Network again.

    nbt
     
    NBT, Feb 24, 2005
    #37
  18. anthony cox

    PeeGee Guest

    Wrong way round - this is the maximum time a lease will be reserved
    after issue. The client will (normally) request an extension half way
    through this time and be granted another 1440 mins - the address will
    remain "fixed" until the client is disconnected for more than the
    lease time, at which point it can be issued to another client. If no
    other client has received this address, then it will often (usually)
    be re-issued to the same "MAC", wherever it is in the pool.
    PeeGee
     
    PeeGee, Feb 24, 2005
    #38
  19. anthony cox

    NBT Guest

    Thanks.
    That would explain why swapping wireless cards in laptops after after a
    weekend of not being used retained the IP address (I thought it odd at
    the time but never investigated ,just glad to have at least one working).
     
    NBT, Feb 24, 2005
    #39
  20. anthony cox

    anthony cox Guest

    Very embarrassing - correct time - incorrect time zone!
    Thanks PeeGee! Ant.
     
    anthony cox, Feb 24, 2005
    #40
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