davecs wrote:I signed up with NTL broadband before I switched to Linux. The Disc runs under various version of Windows and takes you to a site where you register. If you type this site into your browser, you should be able to complete your registration.
Erin wrote:Hmmm NTL. A poor choice of comms companies. Keep an eye on your wallet and hope nothing goes wrong with the service/hardware. They are....
You may find it is NTL that isn't accepting your WiFi router. When I had NTL (long since gone), you had to register the MAC address of your public device with them. If you have not registered the MAC addy of your WiFi router, then just spoof it with the MAC address of the correctly registered network device you used. Or, you can register another MAC address by going through the same process as when you first joined. Don't forget to reboot the set-top box or modem 1000 times either to synch it all.
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