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Re: Baffled by a Cable Modem



Jim wrote:

> On the Cable Modem find the reset button and push on it and do a reset. This
> will clear out any previous MAC addresses and it will accept new MAC numbers.

you failed to mention, it will/may/can/might/probably cause a reset of all
configurations.

wherein, he will need to find ip address of modem with web browser, reenter
all modem setup that is not default, including having password to access user
id setup, firewall, etc.


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peace out.

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