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Topic # 56860 26-Jan-2010 19:32
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OK. So This speedtouch 530 is causing me alot of stress, distress and mostly anger.


The problems started when, on my ps3, i couldnt get to NAT type 2 which meant limited chat and communication features to friends. My uncle came over and fixed that. Problem solved. Or so I thought...


I was told I had double NAT, which is when the router and the modem are conflicting, by Ragnor. I followed the guide he linked me HERE- http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies-archive.cfm/933517.html
BUT, instead of both the IP addresses reverting to the one suggested by pete, they reverted to the IP address of the speedtouch 530.



Now, whenever I try to do anything on the internet except look at web pages through browser, it does not work.


NOTE: The problem is solved AT TIMES but is very unreliable when i can connect on the ps3. And this problem doesnt occur just on the ps3 because when I try to play online games on my computer they dont connect, connect then disconnect, or have immeasurable amounts of lag.


PLEASE HELP. I was having no problems yesterday and now its just failing...

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  Reply # 293209 26-Jan-2010 21:31
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That sounds odd..

What is LAN ip address of the Speedtouch 530 currently?
What is the LAN ip address of the Cisco WRT120N currently?



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  Reply # 293227 26-Jan-2010 22:26
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10.0.0.138. They both have this IP. Im pretty sure this was my IP before I got the cisco router aswell...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 293241 26-Jan-2010 23:01
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Well that's definitely a problem, the lan ip address of the wireless router needs to be in the same range (eg: 10.0.0.x) but it should not be exactly the same as the address of the Thomson.

In the Cisco WRT120N:

 - Change the lan ip address of the Cisco to something else, eg: 10.0.0.254

In the Speedtouch 530:

- Change the DHCP range given out to be 10.0.0.1 to 10.0.0.253 so that it doesn't try and give out .254 out to any other PC's or devices.



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  Reply # 293244 26-Jan-2010 23:13
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ok, but how can I change the settings of the secondary router (cisco) if when i type in the one IP adress shared by the secondary and primary router in my web browser, only the thomson 530's configuration page shows up??

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  Reply # 293255 27-Jan-2010 03:43
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Simple temporarily unplug the Speedtouch from the Cisco



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  Reply # 293291 27-Jan-2010 09:48
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yeah i tried disabling UPnP on the speedtouch 530 and that seems to be working for now...

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