Arris: DMZ

Discus and support Arris: DMZ in XboX Networking Hardware to solve the problem; Arris (Modems/Gateways): DMZ This didn't work for me until I read somewhere to make sure your firewall is checked on! Go to firewall tab and enable it.... Discussion in 'XboX Networking Hardware' started by XB1R Hades, Aug 29, 2014.

  1. XB1R Hades
    XB1R Hades Guest

    Arris: DMZ


    Arris (Modems/Gateways): DMZ
    This didn't work for me until I read somewhere to make sure your firewall is checked on! Go to firewall tab and enable it. Should make NAT open.

    :)
     
    XB1R Hades, Aug 29, 2014
    #1
  2. XB1R Apollo
    XB1R Apollo Guest
    Arris: DMZ

    Arris (Modems/Gateways): DMZ
    **** WTM652



    Login Information

    • Gateway - 192.168.2.1
    • Username - N/A (None)
    • Password - N/A (None)



    DMZ



    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Type http://192.168.2.1/ into your address bar. (Or click the link)
    3. Click the Login button.
    4. Leave the password space blank and click Submit.
    5. Select Firewall from the menu on the left.
    6. Select DMZ from the submenu on the left.
    7. Enter the IP Address of the Console in the Private IP box.
    8. Check the enable button.
    9. Click the Save button in the lower right.


    Disable DMZ



    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Type http://192.168.2.1/ into your address bar. (Or click the link)
    3. Click the Login button.
    4. Leave the password space blank and click Submit.
    5. Select Firewall from the menu on the left.
    6. Select DMZ from the submenu on the left.
    7. Uncheck the enable the box.
    8. Click the Save button in the lower right of the screen.
     
    XB1R Apollo, Aug 29, 2014
    #2
  3. XB1R Athena
    XB1R Athena Guest
    Arris: DMZ

    Arris (Modems/Gateways): DMZ
    Login Information


    • Gateway - 192.168.0.1
    • Username - admin
    • Password - password

    DMZ

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Log into the router by entering the default gateway into the address bar (192.168.0.1) of the internet browser.
    3. The router will then prompt for a user name and password. The default is that user name is "admin" and the password is “password”.
    4. From the menu on the top select Wireless.
    5. From the submenu on the top select Firewall.
    6. From the menu on the left select DMZ.
    7. Select the checkbox next to "Enable DMZ".
    8. In Private IP enter the IP Address assigned to the Xbox console you wish to DMZ.
    9. Select Apply.


    Disable DMZ

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Log into the router by entering the default gateway into the address bar (192.168.0.1) of the internet browser.
    3. The router will then prompt for a user name and password. The default is that user name is "admin" and the password is “password”.
    4. From the menu on the top select Wireless.
    5. From the submenu on the top select Firewall.
    6. From the menu on the left select DMZ.
    7. Uncheck box next to "Enable DMZ".
    8. Select Apply.
     
    XB1R Athena, Aug 29, 2014
    #3
  4. Arris: DMZ

    This didn't work for me until I read somewhere to make sure your firewall is checked on! Go to firewall tab and enable it. Should make NAT open.
     
    Dr Von Booger, Dec 5, 2015
    #4
  5. Drako02141994 Win User

    Arris: DMZ

    OMG!!!! doing the dmz thing for my xbox fixed my problem!!! I am having no problem connecting or staying connected after doing this!! Thank you!!!
  6. Dr Von Booger Win User

    Arris: DMZ

    This didn't work for me until I read somewhere to make sure your firewall is checked on! Go to firewall tab and enable it. Should make NAT open.
  7. Knight Turtl Win User

    Arris: DMZ

    For the Address use 10.0.0.1
  8. jmcode Win User

    NAT Issues Using Gateway and Router

    There is some indication that a TW tech can put the Arris in bridge mode or that you can do it yourself by logging in immediately after resetting it to defaults:

    www.dslreports.com/.../r27274883-TWC-Does-anyone-else-have-an-Arris-DG860a-modem-


    Alternatively, see if TW will provide a modem only or buy your own (cheaper than leasing in long run and gives you more control). Failing that, assuming you can configure port forwarding, DMZ, etc. on the Arris, you have a couple options. First, with the
    Arris connected to the WAN port of the N900, you could try putting the WAN IP of your N900 (this should be a private IP received from the Arris over DHCP) in the DMZ on the Arris (delete any other forwards on the Arris). Do all port forwarding and DHCP as
    usual on the N900. Or, second, you should be able to use the N900 as just a switch + wireless access point (bypass NAT routing) by disabling DHCP on the N900 and connecting the Arris to a LAN port on the N900 rather than to the WAN port. All NAT, port forwarding,
    and DHCP would then be provided by the Arris.

    Personally, I would just get a modem only, such as the Motorola 6141 (if supported by TW).
  9. GMAN990 Win User

    Can't connect to xbox live, even with compatible router!

    Well the DMZ should certainly work, there's not much more you can configure on the router, I know its a pain but I really would recommend (as a test) connecting directly wired to the Arris
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