5726Re: N4JOA BBS
- Apr 7, 2011Email me direct so we don't eat too much list bandwidth ;-)
--- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, Joel Yates <yate4899@...> wrote:
> Hi Jeff, Tech Support says you can not bridge the Clear modem or use it as a
> passive devise like the DSL modem.
> Yes the Clear Modem does DHCP and can assign internial IP addresses. So far
> the problem is... if I turn off DHCP
> on the netgear router then my devices on the netgear do not see assignments
> from the Clear router or should I say the Clear
> modem does not see them. I have not figured out how to make the netgear a
> trully passive device yet so that the Clear modem can do the IP
> assignments. Do I need to do something with NAT ?
> ...73's... Joel
> Joel Yates
> On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 8:41 AM, Jeff - WA4ZKO <wa4zko@...> wrote:
> > Joel,
> > Lot of it depends on if they are doing NAT or bridging on their "modem" and
> > the resulting network layout. I'd try to find that info out. If you plug
> > something directly into their modem, what IP address do you get (private IP
> > or public).
> > WISP's will often block traffic that looks like Peer-to-Peer and it's
> > possible their network will not like a lot of UDP traffic flying around in
> > the 100xx range.
> > Can you get into the configuration screens of their modem or do they retain
> > full control of it?
> > 73
> > Jeff
> > WA4ZKO
> > --- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "yate4899" <yate4899@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi Everyone, I started using a different ISP Wednesday night.
> > > So I'm having problems getting the port assignments reset up.
> > > Also I do not have a static IP right now. So use the n4joa.no-ip.info to
> > connect to me if you can. I probably can connect to you. But you may not be
> > able to connect to me till we get the ports problem figured out again. If we
> > do forward with you. My ISP modem is a Clear Modem Series G and I have it
> > connected to my Netgear wireless router model WGR614v10 If any one has any
> > configuration ideas for the two. I wanted to turn the DHCP on the ISP modem
> > off and let my netgear do all the assigning as I have always done with my
> > DSL modem. But my new ISP says I can not do that. So I have a conflict with
> > the port through put now.
> > > My new ISP is a wireless internet provider. You can find them at
> > www.clear.com
> > > Thanks for any help you can give!!
> > > ...73's...Joel N4JOA@N4JOA
> > >
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