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this is not a Windows issue the is a IP issue. You will need to see if you have an IP
Internet Protocol ) address for the connection to be successful.
You will have to do a ipconfig /all to see if you have media connection.
this is done by logging in to the router modem via a browser window ( internet Explorer
FireFox) using the IP
address 192.168.0.1 this will bring you to the router GUI (graphical user interface)
if you haven't entered a password just type "admin' the 1st field then enter no password ne
needed.
there is a release/renew button there click and this will release a new IP address for you
to connect with.
You will also need to configure your browser for the internet
1. for Windows XP here is the setup :
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/networking/default.mspx
2. For Windows 7
here is the setup instructions: getting online and networking
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/help/networking-e-mail-getting-online

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/View-and-connect-to-available-wireless-networks

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Yes, if it is not more then 1 yr old.


refer to
http://www.ikarmatech.com

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I would suggest to "download the drivers" but the website of Netopia doesn't mention drivers. And I'm guessing that your driver disk won't have the Vista drivers either.

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Honestly, no idea. If you don't have a manual with the MODEL you can try to look for the proper one,
I got some links, maybe one is yours:


http://www.netwood.net/support/manuals/Netopia-3347W-ENT_qsg.pdf

http://www.netwood.net/support/manuals/Netopia-2247-62-User-Guide-US-EN.pdf


http://videos.cctvcamerapros.com/pdf/netopia-router/Netopia-Router-Manual.pdf

There are more....


Now, take note that WPS is too easy to hack. Read some about this issue:



How to Hack Wi Fi Breaking WPS PIN to Get the Password with Bully

And read more about theme...

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Typically a label on the router will display the MAC

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1. Click the Expert Mode link near the left of the page.
(it is not listed in the manual)
2.Click the Yes, enter expert mode button near the centre of the page.
3. The menu on the left should change. In this new menu, click Configure.
4. You should now see a new menu. In this new menu, click NAT.
5. Click the Define Custom Service button near the center of the page.
6.Put a dot into the Port Forwarding: Range of Ports radio button. 7. Click the Next button. Then set up the ports you want to forward. One Example s here
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Port Forwarding the Netopia 3347W Router for Xbox One

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It Needs A Driver--If There Is None For Your Operating System, May Be Obsolete.

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Hi You can fix this problem by entering 192.168.1.1 or your routers ip.then you can accsess your routers software and in the WLAN section you can change the password or reset. try looking under every section until you find the correct area which you can do things to the WLAN setting. Hope this worked :)

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The password (a string of 26 letters and numbers) is usually situated on a sticker on the back of the box.

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It all depends on the brand of your router, but mainly is to jump into the GUI with your admin password, look for DHCP options, static DHCP and save the MAC Address of the host with the desired IP.

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try this website out they have just about every router out there listed Port forwarding the Netopia 2247NWG VGx router

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"Try http://www.fixya.com/support/r11153882-general_routers_reseting"

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win or rooter pass?

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you can load it from cnet.,

for more networking accessories ,visit here.,
http://www.gizga.com/consumer-electronics

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I presume that you mean "from a web site" that the web site is hosted somewhere out on the greater internet.... The problem that you are encountering is probably related to NAT (Network address translation). The "In" side of a router, is typically a "private network" there are pre-assigned number groups for these - a common one is in the 192.168.x.x range. Problem is that the "outside" of your Netopia router will be dependent on your ISP< and unless you are paying them extra for a static IP address, is likely to change every time you reboot - or sometimes they bump them every 24 hours. So, first thing is get a dynamic DNS Entry - www.dyndns.org is one supplier - I think you can get one address for free from them, pay for more.. YOu set up something like CMVideo.dynsdns.org on their site, and set up dyndns support in the netopia router... Then you want to open the specific port on your router, to go to the internal IP Address of your camera. (YOu mention Multiple Cameras - depends on the Camera you may have to go for multiple dyndns (one for each...) ).

I am a little confused/concerned about the second router "tier" - if you have the Belkin configure as an Access Point only, all good, if you are trying to run it as a router behind a router, it will probably never work - double nat-ting" is a no no with most consumer Routers. Simple solution is to tap from Netopia lan side to Belkin Lan side (rather than Belkin Wan Side)

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MAKE AN ACCOUNT HERE
ARRIS

THEN LOOK FOR THE FIRMWARE.

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Using a router is a great way to create a home or office network without having to spend a lot of money.
As long as you have a broadband Internet connection through an Internet service provider, you can use a router to get all of the computers in your home or office connected.
If you have chosen Netopia as your router brand of choice, you will have to configure it to make your network operable.

Power on your Netopia router, broadband modem and computer.
Open your Internet browser.
Type the router IP address, 192.168.1.254, into the address bar. Hit "Enter" on your keyboard. Log into your Netopia router with the username and password assigned to you by your Internet service provider.
Select "Expert Mode."
After entering expert mode, you will see a menu bar at the top of the configuration window.
Click on the "Home" tab. Many Internet service providers will ship your Netopia router to you preconfigured.
If it is preconfigured all of the fields, such as IP address, subnet mask and default gateway will already be populated. If the fields are not populated, proceed to the next step.


Click on the "Configure" tab. Select "WAN." Select "ATM." Enter the "VPI" and "VCI" numbers provided by your Internet service provider.
Choose your encapsulation option.
For example, "Routed IP," "PPPOE," etc... Click "Submit."

Select "WAN" on the left side of your configuration window.
Choose the "VCC1" option. Select the option to "Enable Interface."
If you do not have your own IP address, choose the option to "Obtain an IP Address Automatically."
If you do have your own IP address, uncheck the automatic IP address box.

Type in your IP address if you have your own.
Enter your subnet mask.
This information can be obtained from your Internet service provider.
Select the "NAT" option if you are using your own private IP address for your network connection. Click on "Submit."

Select "WAN" on the left side of your configuration window.
Ensure that there is a check in the "Gateway Option" box and "IP Address" is selected as the "Interface Type."
Type in your "Default Gateway" address.
This can be obtained from your Internet service provider.
Click "Submit."

Select the "Configure" tab at the top of your window. Select "LAN."
Select "Enable Interface."
Type in the IP address for your router and subnet mask. Click "Submit."

Click on the yellow caution symbol on the top right hand side of your window to save all configuration changes.
Click on "Save."
Restart your computer for the changes to become effective.


http://www.netopia.com/support/hardware/technotes/CQG_121.html

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Reset the router here is how

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Use portfoward dot com if setting up a game, but use the free instructions by hardware and game.

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Open browser and type IP address and loging using username and password.

Once logged in, click on the Expert Mode link in the left-hand side menu (if that link is visible).

In the Expert Mode Confirmation screen click on YES to continue.
Once in Expert Mode click on the Configure button located on the top

Click on the "Advanced" link on the left side of the page, and it will take you to the advanced configuration menu.

Then click on Pinholes right under NAT. A list of the current pinholes appear, to add a new Pinhole, click on the Add button

After filling out all the information, you can click Submit to store the configuration, and proceed to add more pinholes. Once the process is completed you have to click on the yellow Warning icon that appears on the top right, and then click on Save and Restart in order to Save your configuration.


If you need any kind of technical assistance you can contact support cell at http://www.vtechsquad.com/

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