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Topic # 96254 23-Jan-2012 18:19 Send private message

Currently using the free Wireless Thomson modem/router for our Telecom Broadband.
As I'm having a number of issues getting various devices to talk to each other over the Wifi network (and I'm fairly sure our old router let us talk to different devices).
How do I find out what my BB login/connection settings are etc in order to copy this data across to the other router?
TIA
Simon 

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  Reply # 572485 23-Jan-2012 18:45 Send private message

Will be in the guidebook that come with it when the connection was established.

Or, whatever your email/password is but with .xadsl

IE [email protected] would be [email protected] in the router.

With Xtra it is tied to your port, you can put in anything in the username/password fields. But possibly won't let you keep an eye on the usage meter without it.

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  Reply # 572492 23-Jan-2012 18:59 Send private message

Thanks for that.

And here I am posting from my new modem, and all wireless issue shave been resolved. Yay.

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  Reply # 572499 23-Jan-2012 19:10 Send private message

Oblivian: Will be in the guidebook that come with it when the connection was established.

Or, whatever your email/password is but with .xadsl

IE [email protected] would be [email protected] in the router.

With Xtra it is tied to your port, you can put in anything in the username/password fields. But possibly won't let you keep an eye on the usage meter without it.

PVC/VPI(Iforget)- 0/100

PPPoA

The norm.


just "[email protected]" and a random password "12345" will do.

It is tied to your port, usage meter will still count etc. 




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  Reply # 572501 23-Jan-2012 19:38 Send private message

michaelmurfy:
Oblivian: Will be in the guidebook that come with it when the connection was established.

Or, whatever your email/password is but with .xadsl

IE [email protected] would be [email protected] in the router.

With Xtra it is tied to your port, you can put in anything in the username/password fields. But possibly won't let you keep an eye on the usage meter without it.

PVC/VPI(Iforget)- 0/100

PPPoA

The norm.


just "[email protected]" and a random password "12345" will do.

It is tied to your port, usage meter will still count etc. 


Do you know if the correct PPP settings are still required for a static IP?


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  Reply # 572504 23-Jan-2012 19:43 Send private message

sbiddle:
michaelmurfy: just "[email protected]" and a random password "12345" will do.

It is tied to your port, usage meter will still count etc. 


Do you know if the correct PPP settings are still required for a static IP?


Depends :).  On if your an old FIPD customer or if you have been migrated.

The vast majority of customers now BBA customers are then you have a Static IP and port 25 open or not depending on your line and it doesn't matter what you put in for your username / password.  But I recommend to everyone to have [email protected] & password of "password".

If you are a old FIPD customer which there still are a small number of and had a static IP you needed to login with the right username & password to get that Static IP and to open Port 25.




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