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papa2

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#2
Never seen one of these myself but
from what I've read , you do them
the exact same way as the 250
 

gentlex

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Just been given a couple of these, are they done the same as 250's?? Thanks in Advance
i've never seen them but some1 on here a few weeks back said that ther ther the same as 250 and can be flash the the same way
 

pmoore31

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All sorted am connected with my new modem. Wonder if anyone would know the answer to this please.

I am just going to change the setting to get 10 meg and i need to put something in here

TFTP Server IP Address: [x0.xx.10.x54] type in the IP of your TFTP server here

Where do I get my NTL(ex c&w) TFTP server IP Address from?? As Im not sure what to type in here??

I have a few mac addresses with it looks like IP address 11.12x.12.2xx ect...is it this? or do i need another program to do a scan?


Thanks for all your help so far
 
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john!

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if u go to local area connection /support/details/network connection details/DHCP SERVER...this is your tftp server ip adress just enter it in hyperterminal and

copy and paste

enable force_cfgfile true
write
 

loady

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my tftp shows up as 192.168.1.1 which is basically an internal ip (my router)
 

madnlooney

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use dhcpforce and put in your mac your using then click file/discover it will then give you your tftp server address
 

pmoore31

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All working 100% thanks all. If anyone else needs some help in the future... I should be an expert with all of the hours I have spent on it.... lol