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Old 06 April 2013, 20:24   #1
nineoc
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Amiga Explorer connection problem PART TWO

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Originally Posted by thomas View Post
I got the manual from there: http://www.zyxel.com/support/downloa..._b101_12.shtml

Chapter 2.1.1 on page 33 tells you how to access the web configurator. The IP address has been changed in your environment, though. You have to enter http://192.168.1.254 in a web browser. User id and password should have been given to you by the technician who configured the router.

Chapter 8 "Home Networking" describes the router configuration in detail. Please make hardcopies of the LAN setup screen (page 130), the static DHCP screen (page 132), the routing screen (page 148) and the access control screen (page 220).

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AE Properties the same on both PC's
And what are these properties?
---Properties are connection settings and connection type.

Under settings, both PC's have the same IP Address setting, and under Connection type, both are TCP/IP.

---As for your router instructions, they are very helpful, BUT:

When typing ifconfig in a shell in the Amiga, I get the ethernet MAC address for the Amiga, BUT:

the wildfire 060 address configuration is not all numbers, but alphanumeric in content

It is: 0:60:30:ff:ff:a6, and the system rejects it when typing it into the Router Static MAC Address field.

Seems it wants numbers instead of letters.

???

---Update: Can some one assist with this last query, as well as provide instructions as to how to access and change the Amiga's IP Address via the built-in Ethernet on the Wildfire 060 card?

Last edited by prowler; 06 April 2013 at 20:58. Reason: Fixed quote.
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