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Wednesday, January 16th, 2013 12:47 AM

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Static IP Setup 3600/3800/3801

2WIRE/PACE 3600/3800/3801 Static IP Setup


1. Open your browser and browse to 192.168.1.254

2. Click on "Settings" across the top

3. Click on Broadband" under settings

4. Then click on " Link Configuration" under Broadband


5. Under "Supplementary Network" you will have a check mark "Enable" for "Add Additional Network" make sure to check the box

6. The "Router Address" will be the last usable address in your block.

  • Example: 99.18.100.200/29 which is a block of 8 IPs six usable 5 being able to be assigned to device.
  • 99.18.100.207 is the broadcast and will not be usable
  • Gateway/Router Address will be 99.18.100.206
  • Usable for hosts are 99.18.100.201 - 99.18.100.205
  • Subnet Mask is 255.255.255.248

(Note: "Auto Firewall Open" will allow all Static IPs to bypass the firewall)

7 Click Save at the bottom Right and the gateway is not ready to handle your Static IPs


Note: these are the Subnet masks used in the router;

  • 255.255.255.248 block of 8
  • 255.255.255.240 block of 16
  • 255.255.255.224 block of 32
  • 255.255.255.192 block of 64
  • 255.255.255.128 block of 128
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5 Messages

8 years ago

Thanks very much to uverse support, they sent me a replacement box virtually over night.

The swap was simple, and so far everything is working fine.

 

One surprise - the new box would not let me disable firewall for the cascade router (private IP) regardless of DHCP.  That's different - but it didn't matter, as all the expected inbound and outbound services work.

 

Kudos AT&T

 

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