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  • Level 14  
    Hello!
    Dear Sirs, I have quite the specific pleasure of being a vectra client. Cheap but ...


    The supplied TC7230 router has problems with the WIFI range and the vectra itself blocks the possibility of any hardware configuration.

    Do you know how to enter or how to generate an administrative password (and login?) To the modem / router administration panel?

    Generally I have an asus router as1200g + and I would like to bring out No-IP in it, but it screams that it can not be natem and it's the automatic technician gives me the technicolor vectry router :P

    That's why I would like to redirect him, or at least I hope so :P


    Unless someone knows how to set it on the router to bring the no-ip out of the world without any problem? :P
    For peasant reason, the router 'calls' to no-ip so this should not be a problem but it is :(

    Any ideas? Suggestions?

    Greetings!
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    Call Vectra and ask them to change their device's operation from Router to Bridge mode.
    Then you configure everything on your device.
  • Moderator - Networks, Internet
    IC_Current wrote:
    Call Vectra and ask them to change their device's operation from Router to Bridge mode.
    Then you configure everything on your device.

    I would do it too - I confirm.
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    jimasek wrote:

    IC_Current wrote:
    Call Vectra and ask them to change their device's operation from Router to Bridge mode.
    Then you configure everything on your device.

    I would do it too - I confirm

    What's more, it's the only option. Because using DMZ, you configure DDNS on technicolor that you will not get.
    So act.
  • Level 14  
    Hello,

    Actually bridge mode solved the problem for which I thank you a lot!

    Nevertheless, I say that the Technicolor tc7230 is the one that catches the tags and it can be problematic when your router works and he counts "death."

    PS: They could give access to the configuration because that's how you completely do not know what's going on underneath :P


    Anyway thanks!