I cant find which forum I should be using but I have a HUGE problem! Verizon came out and installed FIOS and I was told that everything was left as before. When I went to go onto my home network, I could not! No help from Verizon other than subscribe to the premium service for a $150 committment!
I have a westell 9100EM15-10 router. I can access my router and see the computers taht are on the network, but they have a "?" at each of them. I cannot configure my home network or access my printer from my network. I have tried to figure out how to configure a bridge to add my Linksys WRT600N router but have not been successful in doing so.
Does anyone out there have any suggestions in how to set up my home network running Vista? It was running fine until FIOS was installed!
I have a feeling that the TV boxes (I have 2 - one a HD DVR and the other a non-dvr HD) are on their own network and I that is why I cannot get my laptom and desktop networked.
05-21-2009 03:00 PM
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05-24-2009 10:52 AM
My computers are already set to obtain IP address automatically and yet no network can be connected. I think I am going to have to figure out how to bridge the 9100 so I can connect my linksys wrt600n wireless router to the verizon router, but have been told I have to change the IP address of the linksys router as the verizon router is set for the same IP address as the linksys.
My frustration has reached to such a level as I am having an IT friend to hopefully come over and help me out with this VERY frustrating situation!
Has anyone else out there has had the same problem as me and if so, how did they resolve this problem of not being able to set up a home network after verizon installed FIOS????
05-24-2009 03:16 PM
05-24-2009 05:02 PM
05-25-2009 12:50 AM
05-25-2009 09:43 AM
SUCCESS! I have Norton 350 installed and discovered that I had to set my network settings to "FULL TRUST". After I did that, my network is now available and I was able to map my network drives as I had them networked before! Don't know how the settings were changed from the original settings but they had. I discovered this when I installed Network Magic by Cisco. In their installation isntructions, they showed how to make sure that this setting was correct.
Hopefully this will help any one else that is having problems with network detection running Norton 360!