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Old 01-27-11, 03:26 PM   #4
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Default Re: Microsoft MN-700

Originally Posted by Technoholic View Post
I do run 802.11g, but I don't have a problem at my home in PA, I can get over 10 Mbps easy. While in DC with MN700, it just stays around 8 Mbps. But I could check my link speed, but how do I do that?
If you're Windows, just open the status for your "Local Area Connection" or "Wireless Network Connection". Inside Network and Sharing Center, click on "Manage Network Connections (Vista)" or "Change Adapter Settings (Win7)".

On a mac, apple >> System Preferences >> Select Built-In Ethernet >> Advanced >> Ethernet Tab

Originally Posted by Technoholic View Post
As for QoS, what is it? If I don't find it in the settings, it could be expanded (not "QoS").

Most routers dont have Configurable QoS, so if you dont see it, its probably not there.

Originally Posted by Technoholic View Post
I have a concern about hard-reset, I have two video phones which requires separate IP address, etc. So with first video phone, we just wire it as normal, leave it as original. To add second video phone, we have to have a port forwarding added to make 2nd video phone work. I didn't do any of this set up, the video phone is from Sorenson, they had a tech person come and set up the port forward and what they did, I have no idea because I was not there.
Just login to the router to get the settings and write them down, then after the reset, log back in and put the settings back in. Port forwarding is not hard to do. You may want to write down the WLAN configuration settings as well.

The only thing you will probably want to check is the IP address for each video phone after the reset as they may change.

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