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# 9028 14-Aug-2006 22:07
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I have done all things required to get myNetFone working. But after fiddling with different settings i believed i accidentally let my adsl modem router assign an IP address to my ATA adapter instead of the Router its connected to.. Now i cannot set it up because i cant access it. I have no idea what IP Address it was assigned.. How can i find this address? i have scanned for active IP in my network but can find it, or have probably missed it in my scope selection. Also, i have checked for the routing table and it does not show up?

Any help THanks

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  # 43947 14-Aug-2006 22:13
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If you can access your modem router, they usually should have a list of clients connected to the network at that time...

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# 43951 15-Aug-2006 00:12
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I still cant find it my router tables... my setup is.

ADSL Single PC Modem DLINK502T >>>> DLink DI-624 Router >> Comp
>> ATA

i think the IP stored in it has a different Subset mask. DCHP cannot add this to the table. The problem is i dont know this IP i need to configure it.. I tried to Statically Assign it an IP address and still no avail. Its connections are working everything..
more help please.


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  # 43952 15-Aug-2006 00:16
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Active Routes:
Network Destination Netmask Gateway Interface Metric 20 1 20 20 20 20 1
Default Gateway:

this is my output for route print

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# 43953 15-Aug-2006 00:18
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Also, when i turn on my all my devices The ATA is recognized as a Internet Gateway and then disapears.. hmm i have no idea whats happening.. im sure all yall know :)

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# 43954 15-Aug-2006 00:40
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is there a way i can directly connect to the ATA and find its IP and change it to what i want. Ive tried resetting he device but still doesnt come up?

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