Topics started by Galane
I figured I could simply set the gateway IP, SSID, and password exactly the same as my old DSL modem, but nooo, first T-Mobile says my old password is too short...Is there a way to change the gateway IP address from 192.168.12.1 to 192.168.0.1? The first time I turned the gateway on and configured it, I’m certain it not only asked me for the SSID and WiFi password I wanted, and the admin password I wanted, but also the gateway IP address.I then went to my office next to my house and reconfigured my wireless repeater-bridge (thanks to the T-Mobile gateway insisting I couldn’t use the WiFi password I had been using) and I set it up to use 192.168.0.1 as its gateway and DNS server, with the SSID and password I’d assigned. I assigned the repeater-bridge the IP address 192.168.0.2 and the end IP to 254 (instead of the default 24) because I put my wired printer and media server connected to it at high numbers.Saved the settings in the repeater-bridge and my desktop (wired connection to it) h
I need to connect a Canon TS9120 printer by WiFi to my T-Mobile high speed gateway but there’s only two ways that can work, WPS but there’s no WPS button on the gateway and I find nothing in its app or web interface for WPS. The printer can sent a WPS PIN but there’s no way or where in the router user interface to enter it.The other way is for the printer to search for SSIDs. I select the one I assigned. Then it gives me a list of MAC addresses, none of which are the MAC address for the T-Mobile gateway. Why hide the MAC from *local* connections?How can I get my printer connected so it can be used with my computers, tablets, phones etc that connect to WiFi?