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  1. #1
    Dan Speirs
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    Remote Streaming Woes

    Thanks for the instructions but after trying them and
    double checking the info my Internet connection was
    dropped. When I told the computer to then
    automatically get the IP address the internet
    connection came back.

    I guess my question is, could it be that Charter cable
    doesn't allow static IPs? Why else would I change
    everything and my access gets cut? Did I do anything
    wrong?

    Steps I did:
    1. turn off Norton Internet Security
    2. checked IP info via ipconfig/all
    3. In control panel went to LAN and changed the info
    to static. changed IP to 192.168.0.99, sub to
    255.255.255.0 and gateway to 192.168.0.1 . I also put
    in two of the three DNS info.
    4. Restarted
    5. Went to Netgear config site and added port
    forwarding
    6. Restart (just in case)
    7. No internet access
    8. Change LAN properties to grab IP automatically and
    presto internet access comes back

    What am I missing?

    Thanks,

    Dan

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  2. #2
    Roy M. Silvernail
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    Remote Streaming Woes

    On Thursday 11 December 2003 20:45, Dan Speirs wrote:

    > Steps I did:
    > 1. turn off Norton Internet Security
    > 2. checked IP info via ipconfig/all


    What was your IP before you changed it?

    > 3. In control panel went to LAN and changed the info
    > to static. changed IP to 192.168.0.99, sub to
    > 255.255.255.0 and gateway to 192.168.0.1 . I also put
    > in two of the three DNS info.
    > 4. Restarted
    > 5. Went to Netgear config site and added port
    > forwarding
    > 6. Restart (just in case)
    > 7. No internet access
    > 8. Change LAN properties to grab IP automatically and
    > presto internet access comes back
    >
    > What am I missing?


    Not sure, but it sounds like your "router" isn't doing NAT. How many
    computers do you have on your net?

  3. #3
    Ted Rathkopf
    Guest

    Remote Streaming Woes

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  4. #4
    Pino Calzo
    Guest

    Re[2]: Remote Streaming Woes

    Hello,

    i just got and installed the squeezebox and now i'm stuck with updating
    firmware.

    the squeezebox wont let me update via wireless so i tried via local
    (192.168.1.50). pointing to localhost:9000/firmware.html i can
    initiate the firmware update - on the pc it says "completed" - but
    on the device it says "firmware upgrade failed".

    worst is: i have no possibility to exit this firmware update mode at
    the device?? so when i power the device off an on it always wants to
    update itself...how can one exit this or achieve a proper update? is
    there any hardware reset?

    HELP


    Thanks for any help
    pino

  5. #5
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    Re[2]: Remote Streaming Woes

    Hi Pino,

    What operating system are you using? We've had a report that firmware
    updating has problems when the server is running on Win98.

    -dean

    On Dec 12, 2003, at 7:36 AM, Pino Calzo wrote:

    > Hello,
    >
    > i just got and installed the squeezebox and now i'm stuck with
    > updating
    > firmware.
    >
    > the squeezebox wont let me update via wireless so i tried via local
    > (192.168.1.50). pointing to localhost:9000/firmware.html i can
    > initiate the firmware update - on the pc it says "completed" - but
    > on the device it says "firmware upgrade failed".
    >
    > worst is: i have no possibility to exit this firmware update mode at
    > the device?? so when i power the device off an on it always wants to
    > update itself...how can one exit this or achieve a proper update? is
    > there any hardware reset?
    >
    > HELP
    >
    >
    > Thanks for any help
    > pino
    >
    >

  6. #6
    Pino Calzo
    Guest

    Re[4]: Remote Streaming Woes

    Ciao dean,


    winxp pro

    i managed to update it now - had to have laptop and device both on
    cables (not wireless)

    problem i have no is that i cant setup the wireless anymore... when
    trying to setup the encryption i get the error message "cant alloc
    netpages dll:3" and resets

    the device works now again, but only via cable. no clue how i can get
    rid of this error message...

    cheers
    pion

    Pino Calzo
    pino (AT) calzo (DOT) com



    Friday, December 12, 2003, 5:25:05 PM, you wrote:

    db> Hi Pino,

    db> What operating system are you using? We've had a report that firmware
    db> updating has problems when the server is running on Win98.

    db> -dean

    db> On Dec 12, 2003, at 7:36 AM, Pino Calzo wrote:

    >> Hello,
    >>
    >> i just got and installed the squeezebox and now i'm stuck with
    >> updating
    >> firmware.
    >>
    >> the squeezebox wont let me update via wireless so i tried via local
    >> (192.168.1.50). pointing to localhost:9000/firmware.html i can
    >> initiate the firmware update - on the pc it says "completed" - but
    >> on the device it says "firmware upgrade failed".
    >>
    >> worst is: i have no possibility to exit this firmware update mode at
    >> the device?? so when i power the device off an on it always wants to
    >> update itself...how can one exit this or achieve a proper update? is
    >> there any hardware reset?
    >>
    >> HELP
    >>
    >>
    >> Thanks for any help
    >> pino
    >>
    >>

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