i was installing a router for a friend who has NTL and i spent an hour nd a half trying to get the thing to work got it to work tho and they gave me £15 for doing it tho
got it working after finding out that the USB ethernet port i wasnt using had a different MAC address to the other ethernet port i was using.
ended up having to find out the MAC address for it from CMD and entering it manualy to the router to get it working.
but why are NTL stuck up about MAC addresses? why dont they accept new MAC addresses to connect to the internet? do they only allow the 1 that u 1st connect with or something?
i dont have NTL myself nd never bothered to read about what they do with there ISP. would like to more abit more about it.