Netgear RP614 with Blueyonder

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Mike V, Feb 29, 2004.

  1. Mike V

    Mike V Guest

    Does anyone have any tutorials or manual's on how to set-up the netgear
    RP614 router with blueyonder.

    The manual that came with it is american and the support site doesn't tell
    you about Blueyonder.

    I am running Windows ME
     
    Mike V, Feb 29, 2004
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  2. Mike V

    why? Guest

    On Sun, 29 Feb 2004 20:20:38 -0000, Mike V wrote:

    You should munge your email address to avoid spam.
    http://help.blueyonder.co.uk/html/abuse/howavoid.shtml
    The Install guide and reference manual seem quite good.
    http://kbserver.netgear.com/products_automatic/RP614.asp
    So the problem with it is? You can still read the manual?

    What bit is causing problems?

    How far did you get?

    Can you even view the router setup pages?

    Did you spoof the MAC address of your registered NIC in the router?
    If not did you register the MAC address of the router in selfcare?

    Using selfcare
    http://help.blueyonder.co.uk/html/selfcare/
    login to
    http://selfcare.blueyonder.co.uk/
    Why would Netgear have setup notes for BY?
    About the only things you should need to do, and it is as simple as
    this.

    1. Spoof NIC MAC address or register router MAC address.
    Register router MAC before changing anything, if you don't you need to
    phone support to get back on or go back to original setup PC NIC to CM.

    2. In the router config, where it asks for name/domain enter a made up
    fake name of a few characters. The domain can be blank. My Netgear RT314
    is configured that way.

    3. Use 'ipconfig/release' on the PC or reboot it to clear the BY
    settings and let the PC get it's settings from the router.

    Best to reboot CM, reboot router, reboot PC in that order after
    connecting everything.

    Also BY newsgroup
    - blueyonder.users.self-help.networking
    For users who are wishing to network their Internet connection. This
    group is particularly of use to hi-speed customers who wish to run
    several machines from their cable modem. Home networking, or sharing a
    cable modem, will NOT be supported by blueyonder technical support.
    Although networking isn't supported, it should work fine with the
    technology provided.


    Me
     
    why?, Feb 29, 2004
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