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    Re: (How to setup) Email notification with GMAIL

    Quote Originally Posted by baygins View Post
    BTW, looking at the source code of the notif.htm form, I see that the password field is limited to 12 characters. My password is longer than 12, and that may be causing an authentication issue with Gmail as well.?
    I think You have found the reason for Your issue.
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    Re: (How to setup) Email notification with GMAIL

    i had the same, easy fix is to make a new gmail account. i have my gmail tied to my domain so i created thecus@****.co.uk and all was good

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    Re: (How to setup) Email notification with GMAIL

    I tried following the below procedure on a NS3200PRO, but without luck


    i have connected it to wan port
    under Network -> wan : i put the following:

    HOST NAME: NS3200PRO
    domain: home.mydomain.com (this domain is pointing to my wan Ip address)
    jumbo frame: disabled
    Wan port: static
    IP: my local ip address
    Netmask: 255.255.255.0
    gateway: 192.168.0.1
    DNS Server: is empty
    Ip sharing Mode: Disabled

    In notification i have done as the per instructions in the quote:

    Where do i go wrog ?


    Quote Originally Posted by phildog33 View Post
    ok i got it to work.. thanks peter.. big time

    you need to have the ethernet cable plugged into the WAN, and under WAN services.. the DNS server box needs to be filled in.. mine is the same as the gateway box... 192.168.0.1 for my dlink router

    other than that

    go into system and notification, and fill out normally and i used port 587 for gmail

    everything is working and its a pleasure now

    thank you for the DNS tip, it fixed everything.. thank you
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    Re: (How to setup) Email notification with GMAIL

    I might have to fill in the DNS box with my DNS mentioned in the route. Or can i use opendns.com ?i will checkup on this when i get home

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    Re: (How to setup) Email notification with GMAIL

    You can use any DNS You want - I usually use for the first DNS entry my providers one and for the second entry the ip adress of opendns - and Yes, without DNS entry theres no way how the domain name can be translated into a ip adress.
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    Re: (How to setup) Email notification with GMAIL

    thx, its working superb :-)

    great stuff, and thx for the reply.

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    Re: (How to setup) Email notification with GMAIL

    Quote Originally Posted by peterfu View Post
    You can use any DNS You want - I usually use for the first DNS entry my providers one and for the second entry the ip adress of opendns - and Yes, without DNS entry theres no way how the domain name can be translated into a ip adress.
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    Hello Peter

    So to make sure I understand, is this from routers DNS Entry or settings in the N5200 area?

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    Re: (How to setup) Email notification with GMAIL

    the router is usually the 1st dns ip, open a run command and type ipconfig /all and it should show you yours.

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    Re: (How to setup) Email notification with GMAIL

    There are more options to do this.
    You can set different DNS entries in Your Router and the point the first DNS entry in Your N5200 to Your router and if You want set additional DNS entries in the N5200
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    don't use Your router as DNS in the N5200 and set the different DNS entries in the N5200.

    The advantage if You use Your router as DNS in Your N5200 is, that if the DNS is changes You have to change it only on one place - the router

    There are many options, but the important thing is to set at least one DNS entry in the N5200.

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    Re: (How to setup) Email notification with GMAIL

    Quote Originally Posted by baygins View Post
    BTW, looking at the source code of the notif.htm form, I see that the password field is limited to 12 characters. My password is longer than 12, and that may be causing an authentication issue with Gmail as well.

    If Thecus is reading these boards, can you guys please increase the size of the password field to 32 characters?
    Same Here...
    I am a stickler for very long passwords and feel rather restricted to just using 12 characters as well.
    I would be great if this could be revised to more than 15-16 or more characters at least but 32 would be great too .

    Nibbles

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