Indeed, like Ulrik is saying, in the WAN setup you use the field "MAC
address' under general configuration to " clone" the mac address from your
old setup. In this case your D-LINK router, many cable ISP's have the MAC
registered from the PC they are installing the connection on, because they
don't want people to have a network at home. Cloning the MAC will resolve
On Tue, 4 Aug 2009 18:01:05 +0800, "Andy Hofstee" <andyhofstee at gmx dot ch>
> Good day,
> I am using m0n0 1.3b since about 7 month without any problem's. I have a
> cable modem (CTV).
> Now I have one with the WAN. I am running the WAN in DHCP an I always
> get the IP 192.168.2.42 assigned by my ISP.
> Suddenly I do not get any IP from my ISP anymore. Only the DNS is
> getting assigned.
> I followed according to the handbook trouble- shooting chapter 220.127.116.11
> which did not any good.
> Any way I thought my ISP is having a problem, bud first I tried with my
> old router (D-link), and surplice, this on is working fine. The only
> difference is I am getting now the IP 192.168.2.116 assigned by the ISP.
> Now I am pretty much convicted, that the problem is on my side (m0m0).
> Has any one a idea what the problem could be?
> Thank's for your reply
> Best Regards