Cable Modem HTTP Server?

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by kc0eks, Jan 8, 2002.

  1. kc0eks

    kc0eks Guest

    Hello all...
    my cable modem RCA dcm235 makes reference to an http server on it...but i cant find the (*@#^(&*$ thing...heh...any idea what port? ip it is?
  2. amoebadrew

    amoebadrew Guest

    it would be port 80. it might be some ad blocker or tweak antivirus thing. go to control panel>network>connection then on the second tab it lists your ip. go to http://yourip and see if anything is there
  3. kc0eks

    kc0eks Guest

    nothing is at my ip addy
  4. Lactic.Acid

    Lactic.Acid Guest

    Your Cable modem does have a web-server built in, but it's used for diagnostic checking & config, and usually is only local, not for webpage hosting. And to shoot you down further, some ISPs have port 80 blocked. Which means you have to use a service to reroute port 80 traffic. One free site I've found that works alright is, which allows port redirection amonst other things.
    /L.A (Thanks to clutch for a correction or three)
  5. kc0eks

    kc0eks Guest

    i understand its for diag and config...and port 80...but my ip doesnt show any http servers...nor does my router, or my computer.
    i do traceroute i get or similar...for first hop..that has no ports open at all.
  6. clutch

    clutch Guest

    Some cable modems (like the Motorola Surfboard I have from RR) are configured to respond to, so you might try that IP.
  7. kc0eks

    kc0eks Guest

    thanks..but that didnt work either :(
    someday i will find this...its not in the user manual..the cd doesnt load it right...and i cant find it on the web.