Connecting to Microhard Modems using Ethernet

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Microhard IPn4Gii

Modem Configuration

Plug into the Ethernet port with a Ethernet cable Yellow light should be solid and green light should flash once communicating

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Type 192.168.0.1 into the browser It will prompt for a password: Login: admin Password: admin (the password might differ)

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Troubleshooting Network

Go to.Start -> Control Panel, click on Network and Sharing Center

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Click On Change Adapter Settings

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Ensure Network Connection is Enabled

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Right Click and Enable

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Ensure cable is plugged in

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If you see Network cable unplugged check both ends

Go to network adapter properties

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Ensure IP is set to DHCP

Click IPv4 Properties

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Ensure Obtain IP and DNS automatically is checked

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IPCONFIG

If there is still no connection to the modem click on Start->Run

Type in cmd and enter

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IP config will tell you if you have an IP address.

It should be a 192.168.0.x address

IPConfig Renew

Type: ipconfig /release

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Type: ipconfig /renew

This will renew the IP address of your computer

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Check the ip address again now it should say 192.168.0.x