probllomatic internet settings

Compaq / Sr5420an
February 1, 2009 at 21:27:46
Specs: Windows Vista, Le 1250 2.20Gh, RAM 1.00GB

HI, skript kiddie here

thankyou for allyou help on pervious posts.
i own a Belkin 11g wireless modem/router i have been trying for some weekd now to update the settings because of the limited Ipv6 connectivity i have tried installing it as a protocol and have had no such sucess. prior to this my connection and security setting are also on a down fall there a currently firewalls conflecting with earth other,which microsofts xbox 360 at a standstill with connection problems as although i have need for on one im not sure what to trust as all of these firewalls still have there vunreibilites and its is proving to be very stressful event i have now decide that my own expertise is not enough to fix my problems so i ask of advice from an experience computer user.

these problem have risen in the past months of ownership.

1.the network key has been saving its code into any computer it is entered in, I would like to change this so that it has to be continusly rentered once that person has disconected from the internet, and tryies to reconect.

2.the firewalls avalible to me are
Norton 360 v2.0
windows firewall
belkin firewall (standard with puchase of divice)
i would like to know if more accesable access would be granted if i used only one and whether any of these are sutible( im not spending finance over this problem) xbox 360 connectivity any sugggestions?
i have opened the NAT server limited Ipv6 connectivity.


skript kiddie. forums user


- Belkin 11g wireless modem/router "G"
- Windows, Vista home basic
- Microsoft Xbox 360 "update as of november 08"
- ISP Telcom NZ

current location: North Island
New Zealand


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February 2, 2009 at 07:21:46
1) Not sure if that's even possible

2) To avoid conflicts, shut off all firewalls except the one in your router. You can test the security of it at the "Shields Up" website

3) I've never setup an xbox or xbox 360 on the network. If I had one, and wanted to, I'd use google. I'm sure plenty of people have successfully gotten them connected and running. A quick google search yielded MANY links Remember, Google Is Your Friend!

4) I'm not familiar with that router so I can't even say it is IPv6 capable. Question: Why are you bothering? It's not like we have to start using IPv6 yet. Save yourself some grielf and use IPv4

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