Hitron: DMZ

Discus and support Hitron: DMZ in XboX Networking Hardware to solve the problem; Hitron (Modems/Gateways): DMZ The website does not load when I type it in, it says the website doesn't exist a03ad50d-9af3-4f3e-a7f6-0a8aa86cc65d Discussion in 'XboX Networking Hardware' started by XBR Poseidon, Dec 15, 2014.

  1. XBR Poseidon
    XBR Poseidon Guest

    Hitron: DMZ


    Hitron (Modems/Gateways): DMZ
    The website does not load when I type it in, it says the website doesn't exist

    :)
     
    XBR Poseidon, Dec 15, 2014
    #1
  2. XBIR Zeus
    XBIR Zeus Guest
    Hitron: DMZ

    Hitron (Modems/Gateways): DMZ
    Hitron CGN3ROG

    Login Information:

    Default Gateway – 192.168.1.1

    Username – cusadmin

    Password – login

    DMZ

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter http://192.168.1.1 in the address bar and press enter.
    3. Enter “cusadmin” for the username and “admin” for the password when prompted.
    4. Select Firewall.
    5. Select DMZ.
    6. Check the Enable DMZ Host box.
    7. Click the Connected Computers button.
    8. Select your Xbox console from the available devices.
    9. Click the Apply button.


    Disable DMZ

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter http://192.168.1.1 in the address bar and press enter.
    3. Enter “cusadmin” for the username and “admin” for the password when prompted.
    4. Select Firewall.
    5. Select DMZ.
    6. Unheck the Enable DMZ Host box.
    7. Click the Apply button
     
    XBIR Zeus, Dec 15, 2014
    #2
  3. XBR Poseidon
    XBR Poseidon Guest
    Hitron: DMZ

    Hitron (Modems/Gateways): DMZ
    Hitron CGN

    Login Information:

    Default Gateway – 192.168.1.1

    Username – cusadmin

    Password – login





    DMZ

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter http://192.168.1.1 in the address bar and press enter.
    3. Enter “cusadmin” for the username and “admin” for the password when prompted.
    4. Select Firewall.
    5. Select DMZ.
    6. Check the Enable DMZ Host box.
    7. Click the Connected Computers button.
    8. Select your Xbox console from the available devices.
    9. Click the Apply button.


    Disable DMZ

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter http://192.168.1.1 in the address bar and press enter.
    3. Enter “cusadmin” for the username and “admin” for the password when prompted.
    4. Select Firewall.
    5. Select DMZ.
    6. Unheck the Enable DMZ Host box.
    7. Click the Apply button.
     
    XBR Poseidon, Dec 15, 2014
    #3
  4. Rusty Fartss
    Rusty Fartss Guest

    Hitron: DMZ

    The website does not load when I type it in, it says the website doesn't exist
     
    Rusty Fartss, Feb 17, 2016
    #4
  5. Rusty Fartss Win User

    Hitron: DMZ

    The website does not load when I type it in, it says the website doesn't exist
  6. RobertBuckalew Win User

    Latency Issues

    what is the model number of the hitron modem ? most hitrons are also routers (gateways) and that might be the problem....
  7. Pandasaur cx Win User

    Changing NAT type

    The Hitron is the primary router. My cable is connected to it for fast download speeds.

    Arris

    -Hitron

    -- Xbox One, PC, Xbox 360 (All share one cable.)

    -- Cisco

    The other cables are connected to Cisco.
  8. kananadiankid Win User

    XBOX 360 connects to network but not internet

    I have a CGN3ROG Router from Hitron Technologies.
  9. xToast of Doom Win User

    Connection failure

    It's the newest router that Rogers offers. I believe it's made by hitron
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