Solved Configure Cisco DDR2200 CL Modem as access point

July 13, 2015 at 21:16:31
Specs: Windows 7
i CHANGED ISP AND i WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW TO CONFIGURE A CISCO DDR 2200 CL AS ACCESS POINT BEHIND A CABLE MODEM

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#1
July 14, 2015 at 01:16:49
Download it's manual here: http://setuprouter.com/router/cisco...

Please don't type everything in capitals - it's the online equivalent of shouting. Plus it makes lines of text more difficult to read.

Many people who can help will simply ignore a post that's in capitals, so that's another reason not to use capitals.


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#2
July 14, 2015 at 04:22:13
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Remember - you will need your user-name and password for your isp account from your "new" isp.

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#3
July 15, 2015 at 09:40:59
why do I need my username and password from my new ISP?

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#4
July 15, 2015 at 11:19:05
You had an account with one isp; you changed your isp; you therefore will have a different account with the second isp to that of the first?

With the first isp you will have one username and password etc. for that account; and it will be highly unlikely that your "new" (second) isp will have given you exactly the same username/password.

Your cable modem will require that "new" information entered into its setup to enable you logon to your "new/second" isp service. Otherwise as the user name/password (account details) for the first isp will be still be in the cable modem setup, you will not be able to logon (the cable modem) to your new/second" isp?

If per chance your second ips provided the cable modem, and it came effectively preconfigured (your account details - user name/logon and password already entered into its setup) then you won't need that info (although it's rather useful/wise to know what it is regardless).

Perhaps useful to clarify your actual situation.problem; incase I've misunderstood/misinterpreted your situation...?

Using an ethernet/cat-5 connection between the router and the modem can you get on-line, if you connect your computer to the router via an ethernet/cat-5 cable?

And if so then are you asking how to setup the wifi aspect of the router?


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