If you don't know, look it up. I read somewhere about having to clone the mac address of the current computers network card into the new router since that is what is currently stored in the cable modem and then going ahead and setting up dhcp and stuff like that. The voip you have been quick to roll out has holes big enough to drive a truck through. Now that was 5 years ago so it may not apply and I don't have the code and it was for a motorolla box. Any cable worker that's out there snipping people's illegal hookups is not doing it on account of their moral beliefs.
I sure as hell am not paying for all 100 something channels just so I can have the 5 that I like. I love people with convenient morals and ethics. I would steal a Lincoln or something similiar. This is rather vague but I hope you get my general idea Why not just split the cable, hook one side to the cable box, hook the cable out of the cable box and the other side of the splitter the one that doesn't go to the cable box up to a computer. My guess is that self-signed certificated are used by engineers to test the network and therefore do not allow access to the Internet.
Go to the Status tab and select Device Info from the navigation bar on the left. I hooked it up to the raw cable first, and all the analog channels were pretty crummy. A poor attempt at an insult - rather childish really. If I inform the cable comapny that I have 4 televisions in 4 rooms, but I really have only 3 in my side of the duplex and I run a cable to the neighbor in the other side, am I stealing service? Yes you can change the mac address on any Surfbord modem. I wanted to make this post to gauge interest in the community for selling prefabbed hacked cable modems tailored to certain cable providers. As others have mentioned there is no such Federal law you describe, if you think it exists link to it in your next dumb message.
Whether the modem resets on power cylcling is the question. I don't care if someone loses their job! They are not required to provide expanded basic services though. No hardware can trully protect these keys but some may have really good protection features that will make it impossible for a regular guy one without multi-million-dollardnano-meter tools to get them yet other boxes may have very weak security. It is very difficult, bordering on impossible to hack now. What do I setup the router connection type as? They sit in conference rooms trying to decide what more they can offer and charge more and get a leg up on their competitor - the few that there are.
My job may be pathetic in somebody else's opinion, but it's not so pathetic that I have to steal something because I can't afford it. Also, is there any way to unscramble basic cable from the jack instead of the locked cable switchboard on site. Especially when there are only a few select channels that I like to watch. Therefore, it's no wonder that their morality is consistent with their actions. Obviously that is not being done, but you get the idea. I was hoping for a silver bullet.
But then again, I'm not entirely sure which act you're referring to. This topic has been discussed at length, please use the search feature. I guess that still makes you the moron, eh? Thanks Cox if you had not pissed me off with your fat bodied loser of a tech. Enterprise Networking Routers, Switches, Firewalls and other Data Networking infrastructure discussions welcomed. Especially when there are only a few select channels that I like to watch. Those numbers vary with the manufacturer of the modem.
I did indeed confuse the two acts. Most modems in their list use 192. Now the deal is about 5 yrs ago I had Cox install their digital product. The greedy people are the people who steal stuff because they expect everything should be free. When I called my Internet service provider to activate it though, they told me that the modem was tied to another account likely because the neighbors did not deactivate the device before throwing it away. I just moved into a new place that is already hooked up to comcast cable, and I kept my existing box to see if it will work by just plugging it into the cable. If you make a mistake, and somewhere you will make a mistake, the cable company will know that you are trying to steal cable, and you'll end up in prison for a very long time.
One reason is band width if they did not allow the user to use the very basic video service than there would be spending more money on internet bandwidth then the video. Sure enough, the new modem responded to 192. This post has now become nothing more that hurling insults back and forth - not what it was originally intended for - but humorous nonetheless. Calling me an idiot does not make me one. Now i ask you this what if you were able to pick up whats over the air if u had say a box which was not stolen or hacked from said sat tv companies??? How does my provider activate my modem? In fact, it doesn't specify a required means of receiving that consent, and I imagine that's for the courts to determine.
Then, when things inevitably go wrong, you have a point of reference. If it is from another town, there is little or no chance it will work. I hate videotr0n and now i hate deri telecom we can change the mac address i beliv in the device manager. On the modem unplug power, ethernet, and coax. Oceanic Time warner cable, they have been fucking people over for years, all they have done since I've moved here is raise their rates and cut services. Thanks for the entertaining blog post and a trip back down memory lane back when 4K was considered a lot of memory.