I just had DSL installed in my home and purchased the 678 DSL modem. I am using it in a home network setup. My configuration is as follows:
My main computer has the 678 next to it. The Ethernet port on the 678 is connected to WAN port on a Linksys 4-port router/switch. I have 2 computers connected to one of the 4 ports of the Linksys switch. I am able to connect to the internet and my ISP with no problems. BUT I can not see the 'device' in the Cisco Commander v1.4 and I need to.
If I had the 687 connected directly to one of the computers, removing the LAN from the picture, I get the 'device' in the Cisco Commander with no problem.
As I stated above, I need the Cisco Commander to show the device so that I can use the tabs to connect to my work.
All settings for the Cisco are the 'default'. I have nto attempted to go into its settings, nor have I ever tried to do so.
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