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It should be a wireless adapter that you plug into a USB port. It's only needed if your computer doesn't have built-in wireless capabilities. If you plug it in and your system asks for a driver it should be on the CD that came with the unit.

Netopia 3-D... | Answered on Jan 07, 2014


router admin password can be different from wireless password.
this page should help:
http://portforward.com/default_username_password/Netopia.htm
good luck

Netopia... | Answered on Nov 22, 2013


You need to forward these ports on both your router, and computer aswell as firewall you got one of those.

  • Port 88 (UDP)
  • Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 53 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 80 (TCP)

You might aswell need to open 1863 (UDP and TCP) if you want to use video chat for the kinect.
Listed ports need to be forwarded when connecting to XBOX Live
A more detailed guide to setting it up is available here: http://support.xbox.com/en-us/xbox-360/networking/network-ports-used-xbox-live

Netopia... | Answered on Nov 18, 2013


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)

Netopia... | Answered on Nov 14, 2013


default STC password for Echolife HG532b a.k.a. Afaq shamel 007 :
address: 192.168.1.1
username: Afaq_Shamel
password: Stccpe_2009

Netopia ADSL 2+... | Answered on Nov 11, 2013


see the user manual of your product

Netopia... | Answered on Nov 07, 2013


Wireless routers don't need drivers. Maybe your wireless adapter needs drivers.

Netopia Cayman... | Answered on Oct 15, 2013


You need to contact your local phone company or DSL reseller. Netopia makes the modem/router, but doesn't offer service. Note that your service provider may or may not support this particular model of equipment on their network. You're probably better off shopping for the service first and then shopping for the modem/router to use on it. The equipment is realatively inexpensive, while the service is not.

Netopia... | Answered on Oct 15, 2013


Explaining an opinion on DSL's speed doesnt help fix a problem. Not to mention the fact that DSL is on a digital subsciber line, your own phone number, not the neighbors, you have it backwards, its cable that can have its speed impaired if all your neighbors go on.

Anyway, I am an expert with netopias. I trouble shoot them all day long on people's DSL connections. The symtopms that MacWyb is describing sounds like he has degregation of service that needs to be fixed by maintenance. They can do whats called a rip and rebuild, where they take off the virtual circuit and virtual path (vp and vc) and then build it right back, this clears this type of problem up quite often. It would also be a loose wire at the D-mark, the gray box on the side of your house, thats happened to me twice now. Or, It could be you're on a redback that has too many customers assigned to it, maintenance, if this is the case, would have to move your circuit, assign it to antoher redback, or brass router, whatever they're on.

In anycase, It means a call in to technical support with your ISP. They will create a trouble ticket to look at it for you.

This is all taking for granted you dont have a buzz on your phone (which would make it a telco issue, a call to your local phone company to fix the line), and that you have all your DSL filters installed on every phone in the house, including fax machines, etc.

spin

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Netopia Cayman... | Answered on Oct 12, 2013


Try recycling the power, unplug it for 30 seconds then plug it back in and let it reboot. Try Netflix again.

Netopia... | Answered on Sep 26, 2013

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