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Cisco DPC 3925

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Re: Cisco DPC 3925

Thanks you both IncTEh and rsn for helping out.

Ahma, is the solution useful?
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Re: Cisco DPC 3925

Thanks a million for all your (IncTEh and rsn and KaiBoon) help & prompt replies. Think my problem is solved temporarily.
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Re: Cisco DPC 3925

Hi Ahma

You are most welcome. If you require any assistance, simply post on StarHub Community. Hope you enjoy your time here.
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Re: Cisco DPC 3925

Hi guys.. facing the same issue with Cisco slowwwwwwww wifi. Anyway I decided to use my earlier Linksys router but im having the problem of even logging in to the Linksys Router.

Ethernet cable goes to the Linksys router and thats all? no other cables?

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1. Connect your PC to D-Link and log in to the D-Link ( Default IP 192.168.0.1)  ???

2. Go to network setting>Change the router IP address to 192.168.0.2

3. Uncheck the Enable DHCP server

4. Save settings and restart the D-Link

5. Now connect One LAN Port of D-Link to a LAN port on cisco.
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Re: Cisco DPC 3925

Configure your cisco first. But your are having D-Link or cisco modem?

 

Anyway in either case log in to the modem 192.168.0.1. If cisco under administration change to 'bridge' for operating mode. If D-Link under security change the mode to bridge. Remember to disable your modem WiFi. Once done disconnect all devices connectted to your modem. Next connect your modem LAN port to Linksys WAN port. Connect your laptop to any Linksys LAN port. Now you can access the config GUI from 192.168.1.1.

 

Under this setup your cisco/D-Link will act just like a pure modem. So you just have to configure your Linksys wireless. No other settings required provided your Linksys is configured to obtain IP automatically.

 

 

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Re: Cisco DPC 3925

I performed the steps but still am unable to clear the red globe light from the D-link router. Can anyone please guide me? Thanks

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Re: Cisco DPC 3925

Are you able to access internet from the D-Link router? CAn you log in to the D-Link GUI and check what is it's WAN IP address?

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Re: Cisco DPC 3925

hi im very noob in this.

 

i have a few questions. i am trying to bridge my dpc3925 with my asus rtn56u

once i have changed the modem to bridge mode(and disabled the wifi)

im afraid i would not have connectivity coz now i have access thru the wireless of the DPC. 

what changes do i have to make to the ip address?

should i just go ahead and bridge and disable wifi and follow the steps of the router?

the LAN Cable should give me connectivity?

any other settings i should do to make it fully bridged?

 

 

DPC3925>ASUSN56U> LAN PC 

 

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Re: Cisco DPC 3925


@fit88 wrote:

hi im very noob in this.

 

i have a few questions. i am trying to bridge my dpc3925 with my asus rtn56u

once i have changed the modem to bridge mode(and disabled the wifi)

im afraid i would not have connectivity coz now i have access thru the wireless of the DPC. 

what changes do i have to make to the ip address?

should i just go ahead and bridge and disable wifi and follow the steps of the router?

the LAN Cable should give me connectivity?

any other settings i should do to make it fully bridged?

 

 

DPC3925>ASUSN56U> LAN PC 

 


Once you disable the WiFi and change the operating mode to Bridge(Using LAN cable connectted to DPCto your PC) you only connect the Asus WAN port to the DPC LAN port as the ISP will only issue one IP address. You have to plug in your PC to the ASUS LAN port to continue use your internet.

 

PC>DPC use to disable WiFi and change operating mode to Bridge

DPC>ASUS>PC To continue use internet.