07-30-2009 11:29 PM - edited 07-30-2009 11:40 PM
07-30-2009 11:39 PM
07-31-2009 02:22 AM
That sounds like a feature that Comcast would very likely omit from the crippled firmware that is provided with their Home Networking Service. Best advice is to get rid of the Comcast Home Networking package, buy your own router, and either buy a modem or rent one from Comcast in place of the WCG200 you have now. The router will pay for itself within a year in reduced monthly charges, and you will have a fully functional router with all the features the manufacturer provides.
Do not under any circumstances purchase a combo modem+router gateway!! As soon as you connect it to Comcast's network it will be loaded with Comcast's crippled firmware (All modem devices receive Comcast's firmware.), leaving you in the same situation you are in now, but with the additional disadvantage of owning a completely unsupported router. Because it's Comcast's custom firmware, the manufacturer can't help, and Comcast won't provide help for a customer-owned router.
07-31-2009 10:17 AM - edited 07-31-2009 10:18 AM
I have signed up for an account on 'dyndns.org' and have a dynamic IP Address on Comcast. The Linksys WCG200 Router does not have a section titled 'DYNDNS' or 'DDNS'. This section appears on some D-Link routers and the purpose is to set up a hostname on dyndns.org and have your router every time it gets a new ip address, it will forward that ip address to dyndns.com. I do not see anything inside the Linksys WCG200 utilities to accomodate this. Can anyone help me with this issue ?Message Edited by anchiavetta on 07-30-2009 08:40 PM
You could download and install a dyndns update client on your computer. Dyndns offers several updaters here http://www.dyndns.com/support/clients/
07-31-2009 10:24 AM - edited 07-31-2009 10:29 AM
Merged with duplicate post from Home Networking Forum
©2011 Comcast | Investor Relations | Press Room | Corporate Blog | Privacy Statement | Visitor Agreement | Comcast.com Feedback | Site Map