I restarted WinXP and tried again and I still get an error something like: "error trying to display this document"stevebow wrote: Obviuosly I won't need to tell you the save the pdf outbush linked to in his post above. We'll tackle the Zyxel next.
Edit: I have reset Billion to factory defaults and re-entered exetel login settings and able to ping exetel from PC, and also Billion from PC.
Funnily enough, I seem to be having problems with trying to get MiamiDX to configure. I am having trouble trying to create a new/blank config to start from.
Ok I have just loaded an old MiamiDX config from when I originally churned to exetel October 2005, and it worked straight away. I editted the IP address and made sure all the settings were the same as your instructions.
What about settings such as "Use ICMP" in Interfaces-->TCP/IP settings, and what about ticking Gateway, TCP/IP, Allow Source Routing, Ping Flood Protection checkmarks on the main TCP/IP window? The DHCP is in the Interfaces-->TCP/IP settings, and is disabled.
I am unable to ping the PC from the Amiga, even if I disable intrusion prevention, firewall and other settings in Norton360. I don't know how to completely disable Norton360 apart from uninstalling it...
I may have jumped the gun, but I plugged the P2303R into the modem and turned it's power on, but can't log into it anymore (using any of the IP addresses stated in the quick-user guide (192.168.10.1, 192.168.1.1) or the IP address I assigned to it previously (192.168.1.5). I have performed a reset on it, and both the PWR/VOIP and WAN lights light up green (PWR/VOIP goes orange when SIP is registered), but still can't find it. It's not coming up in the modem's ARP table either. I even momentarily turned the modem DHCP server on and restarted the P2302R in case that was needed for the modem to "find" the P2302R.