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I cannot get my belkin to talk to the arris to set up my wireless network, I have tried DHCP, Static IP, I know the router works, any suggestions
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Is your router new to your network, meaning, did you have a different router before?  I also have an Arris modem, with the battery backup, and you probably do as well.  Turn the power off on your PC, and router.  Press the 'Standby' button on the front of the Arris modem, and leave it for about a minute or two.  Then press the 'Standby' button again.  Doing this resets the modem and clears the cache.  Now power on the router, wait a few secs for the lights to stablize, then power up the PC.  Hopefully this does the trick, let us know.
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I am curious to know if the "Standby" button does indeed, also serve as a reset function.



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EG, here is the answer about the Standby button:

http://www.timewarnercable.com/Media/68/FAQ/documents/Arris.pdf (page 2)

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Sure....... gonna make me work for it..... huh !!! :smileyvery-happy:



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Yes, but they still tell you to hit the reset button on the back if all else fails. If they were one in the same, why would the reset button exist ?



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EG wrote:
If they were one in the same, why would the reset button exist ?

As an elevator guy, you should know the answer to that one - it's just like the "Close Door" button on an automatic elevator.  It's there solely to provide the user with false feedback - he pushes the button and the door closes.  He thinks he made it happen!
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EO, my sides are hurting, that was good!:smileyvery-happy:
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Nice cop out Netboy.... you have yet to answer my question! :smileytongue: 



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EG, in case one of them breaks!Smiley Wink
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N3tb0y wrote:
EG, in case one of them breaks!Smiley Wink



Isn't that the punchline to the old gag about a two-bagger?
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Isn't that the punchline to the old gag about a two-bagger?

Yeah, that and a pillow, to muffle the sound.
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At the risk of being a 2 bagger...
 
The standby button affects only the internet connection while leaving telephone service intact...reset takes the whole thing down...
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Birdie, absolutely right!  About the reset vs. Standby button.  As for the other comment, far from it!
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>>It's there solely to provide the user with false feedback - he pushes the button and the door closes.  He thinks he made it happen!
 

 

Actually EO, I can tell that on most processor based control systems, the close button can be programmed to override the automatic door hold open dwell time parameter and force an instantaneous close. It also functions to close the doors when the elevator is put on manual rather than automagic service.

 

 

 

 




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EG wrote:

Actually EO, I can tell that on most processor based control systems, the close button can be programmed to override the automatic door hold open dwell time parameter and force an instantaneous close. It also functions to close the doors when the elevator is put on manual rather than automagic service.


I feel all warm and runny when you get technical.

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I'm so glad !! :smileytongue: Smiley Wink



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EarlyOut wrote:

EG wrote:

Actually EO, I can tell that on most processor based control systems, the close button can be programmed to override the automatic door hold open dwell time parameter and force an instantaneous close. It also functions to close the doors when the elevator is put on manual rather than automagic service.


I feel all warm and runny when you get technical.




EO...Please say you meant funny...cause the other...that's just wrong...LOL
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Just can't resist jerking EG's chain once in a while....
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Between this thread and another I just read, EG, we're starting to see another side to you.  Would you care to take a "swing"!
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I'm up for all potential challenges !! :smileysurprised: :smileyvery-happy:



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EG, check your PM
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I too have an Arris router.  I just can't (or don't know) how to connect it to my modem...
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I too have an Arris router.  I just can't (or don't know) how to connect it to my modem...



First off, what is the model of your Arris router?  I am only familiar with Arris as a modem.  So if your Arris is actually a modem, then there is your problem, connecting a modem to a modem.
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