Question about RCA DCM425 DIGITAL CABLE MODEM (RCADCM425)
I can't connect my router to the modem and need assistance doing so
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In short, you have to either
The modem is communicating with the servers at your ISP (Internet Service Provider) to give your computers an IP address. The ISP may have your modem set up to be issued only one IP address. Thus using both USB and Ethernet could be restricted by your ISP.
The IP address is most likely a dynamic IP that expires after a few days or weeks, unless you bought a business account that has a static IP (which is used for hosting permanent websites).
When a computer is not communicating with a Cable Modem or you shift between the connections on the modem, it may be necessary to re-establish configurations. The following can be steps to reset all components to re-establish configurations:
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
Flashing - flashes to indicate unread email (only if ISP enables this feature)
Off - no email messages pending Cable Activity Flashing - indicates data traffic; modem is in use
Off - indicates no current data traffic Cable Link On - cable modem is connected to the network
Flashing - cable modem is attempting to connect to the network
Off - cable modem not connected to the network PC Link On - PC is detected but no current activity
Flashing - activity between PC and modem
Off - no computer detected or modem is in standby Internet On - If this and the Cable Link light are steady then the modem is connected
Flashing - modem is searching for a downstream signal
Off - power is not supplied to the modem or modem is
only ISP provider can help you on this one
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
First try connection the Yellow ethernet cable from the rca modem to your computer's network connection. If you get a connection this way, then your modem will work with a ethernet cable. If not, then call Comcast for help. The modem ethernet out to computer port must be connected to the wan line of the router. Then you can connect an ethernet cable from your computer network connection to one of the 4 ports of the router. For wireless connections you must set up the router and wireless adaptor with the same settings to connect. Follow the routers directions.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
1. Connect the wireless router to your computer with a LAN cable.
2. Start your browser and enter the router's configuration URL
3. Enter the router setup login and password
4. Change the admin password
5. Go to the wireless settings and change the default SSID and turn off SSID broadcast.
6. Setup encryption key the strongest is WAP2
7. For further security measures - turn on MAC address filtering and enter the MAC address of the wireless cards on the computer/s you want to connect to this wireless router.
8. Record the settings you have made and keep it in a safe place and Save the settings.
9. Configure the wireless cards on the computer/s with the SSID and encryption settings of the router.
10. Remove the LAN cable between the router and the computer then the computers should be able to connect to the router.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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