6520 speedstream updating

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I currently have a Speedstream 6520 and I have been saving the log files from the Route and trying like hell to get someone at Bell just to look at them and tell me what if they can shed any light on the problem.

How could I attach a save log file so someone could look at it for me. Posted by Brent Moore (email) on 1/21/2008 AMThere is no option to attach files to comments.

Resetting doesn't work as the isps software is still there.

Thanks Posted by com on 11/6/2007 AMI have been given a Speeddtream 6520 by a friend who just moved to the states and i have lost contact with him for while.

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Also i have a non wireless modem at the moment so i will have to install from the start. See the user manual for details ( by Sems on 11/21/2007 AM but i download de firmware and my router lost the signal like a normal modem and i cant download de firmware can you hell my plis to upgrade my router 6520 now my router is not acces to the internet someone help my pliss i have to bye a single router i need to fix 6520 Posted by kenneth (email) on 12/26/2007 AMInstead of repeating what you wrote, can you please elaborate Kenneth? Second, if I understand correctly, wireless features are not working, the rest is ok? Posted by Sems on 12/26/2007 AMhey there, im trying to use an old speedstream 6520 as a repeater. i have two routers i have a wireless network on the first level of my house sent out by router1 i have an xbox on the second floor of my house i want router2 to receive the signal from router1 and repeat it so i can the xbox to router2 via ethernet any ideas on how i can do this??i know with some linksys routers its pretty easy, i may rummage around and see if i have one, but i would love to use this speedstream thanks Posted by aaronhb (email) on 1/8/2008 AMI no longer have a Speedstream router at hand, so I don't know if it can work in bridge mode. You can check its Wireless options, it may support it.Like you have said, it is pretty easy with a Linksys, esp. In the worst possible scenario, you can get a WRT54G really cheap.Then open via IE, Firefox, or your favorite web browser and voila. As a test, I enabled Dynamic DNS support and it worked like a charm.Happy surfing :)Posted 7/12/2007 AM @ | Semshey men thats a good post but i download de firmware and my router lost the signal like a normal modem and i cant download de firmware can you hell my plis to upgrade my router 6520Posted by kenneth (email) on 9/11/2007 AMI can try to help, once I can understand what you mean. (My post does not require any new firmware or upgrades!

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