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Power adaptor got burned
Try another power adapter, it may have been damages by a power surge.
The power adapter may just have failed and caused no damage to the hub or the hub failed and caused the power adapter to fail as well.
on Dec 04, 2012
i've also got one without DC adapter... and looking around. find this
http://www.corg.ru/products/Network%20equipment/Compex/TP1008C saying: Power Supply: External power adaptor input 220V-110V, output
hope it helps
on Apr 03, 2009
we had configured the
your network speed provided by your ISP is divided in certain amount of hardware or PC
when you used much more PC then your network will probably goes down.
I suggest you to contact your ISP ( Internet Service Provider) and upgrade your network status and speed, depend in the amount of your computers.
on Jan 20, 2011
I am in India and have a MAcbook. I am trying to
Router is independent of the Operating System installed in the Computer. You have to configure the router according to your ISP (in this case BSNL). You can refer the User Guide of the Router for the instruction to configure the Router.
Or provide the model # of the Router so that I can give you the instruction to configure the Router.
on Sep 08, 2009
How to turn off the router's firewall
1. Insert the Product CD into your CD-ROM drive. The CD will run automatically.
From the Utilities section, select to install the uConfig utility to your hard disk.
2. When the utility has been installed, double-click on the uConfig icon. The
following screen will appear, click on the Yes button to proceed.
3. Select the router from the products list and click on the Open Web button. To
retrieve and display the latest device(s) in the list, click on the Refresh button.
4. Do not exit the uConfig program while accessing to the web-based interface.
This will disconnect you from the device. Click on the OK button to proceed.
5. At the login page, press the LOGIN! button to enter the configuration page. The
default password is “password”.
6. For the first time login, you will be prompted to select your time zone setting first
before accessing the router’s main web page. Take note that during the next
and subsequent logins, you will not see the System Time Setting page again.
7. You will then reach the web page of your router’s web-based interface.
8. Under the SECURITY CONFIGURATION command menu, click on Firewall
on Oct 22, 2008
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