Can answer questions pertaining to Internet Technologies ranging from usage issues, security, optimisation, tweaks and tips.
Teaching and industry experience in Computer Science for the past twelve years.
Graduate in Computer engineering and Science.
Consulatant for Educational and Government agencies in the areas of Computer security Research.
|Paulie||10/23/09||10||2||3||Maybe I'm wrong and if so I .....|
|Robert||10/02/09||10||10||10||Thanks for the info!|
|Jim||09/26/09||9||9||9||I will look into it.|
|Mouazam||05/26/09||5||2||10||Thanks Dear, You help me but not .....|
|Bill||02/23/09||10||10||10||Excellent, Thanks a ton|
For configuring bridge mode - 1) Log into web interface of modem 2) Select Lan from left hand side options and disable DHCP server. Click save and reboot the modem from the reboot option. While the
Mouazam, the problem you are facing is very common. Your IT department has blocked access to all those sites which they feel is inappropriate. To bypass these restrictions you need to try and find a
If you can lay your hands on a "Live-CD", boot up your system and access then access the websites. If you are able to do so (I'm sure you will be) - it would indicate that some of your Windows system files
Have you tried changing your DNS settings ? Try 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 (nameservers of OpenDNS) as the preferred DNS resolvers in your system instead of the defaults presently used. There