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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-23-2006, 07:57 PM Thread Starter
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home network messed up.

My network is not working correctly. I replaced my linksys VOIP router 2 weeks ago, ever since then I cannot see my other computer which is connected wireless through a linksys 4 port wireless router. my new Voip router (Motorola is connected to one of the ports on the 4 port wireless router so its not necessarily in the path at all. all of my router settings seem normal and this router always worked before. I didn't change anything on either computer when I did the VOIP router swap and even the old router was upstream of the current router so it shouldn't have made a difference. any clues?




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What are the IP addresses of the routers? Static route? turn on RIP routing protocol..

What can you ping?

Did you have mac security?

Crossover cable? maybe The automatic crossover is not working.
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Are both routers configured for the same subnet? You may have them conflicting with each other. Routers are typically configured for 192.168.1.x unless you change the setting. Plug your computer directly into each one and make sure they are on different subnets. Then you should be fine.

Are you running DHCP on both routers?

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Hey Tony, check out this link:
http://www.annoyances.org/exec/forum/winxp/1086684780
This worked for me last year. Out of no where after replacing a router and playing with some updates my home network went dead. Try to unsecure these settings. Let us know if it works.

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havent been home to play with it. Been working 13 hour days last week and this week. thanks for the tips guys, I will be trying this out this week.




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Maybe I can help, but I need a bit more info.

Q1. What is the specific model number of the new Motorola VoIP gateway?

Q2. Can you confirm that your VoIP phone calls ARE working through the new device, during the time it prevents your wireless laptop from working?

Q3. If you power off your Motorola VoIP gateway, does your wireless laptop work?

Q4. Can you disable the wireless NIC in the laptop and plug directly into the wired ports of your Linksys router?
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Well I found my problem. Months ago I installed zone alarm on my system, hadnt rebooted since right after that install and I had it off. well a microsoft auto update came through and my system rebooted in the middle of the night which fired up zone alarm, which was blocking visibility to my computer. Soon as I shut it down I had my network back. Now, quick question. How do I get zonealrm to let me have visibility to my network.




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Well I found my problem. Months ago I installed zone alarm on my system, hadnt rebooted since right after that install and I had it off. well a microsoft auto update came through and my system rebooted in the middle of the night which fired up zone alarm, which was blocking visibility to my computer. Soon as I shut it down I had my network back. Now, quick question. How do I get zonealrm to let me have visibility to my network.
Uninstall it!!!
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try go to firewall setting and put you network address in "trust zones" ( i guess that what zone alarm calls)


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Uninstall it!!!
That was my thought as well. If I'm behind a router with a firewall I'm thiking I dont need zone alarm? or am I wrong?




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That was my thought as well. If I'm behind a router with a firewall I'm thiking I dont need zone alarm? or am I wrong?
IMO you don't need the application. I only run virus protect at home and I have my Linksys firewall running with only a few ports open. I've never had any problem.
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Alot of problems can be resolved with a nice refreshing reboot.
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Alot of problems can be resolved with a nice refreshing reboot.
or in this case casued by them




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