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2wire Cannot get the internet connection through the 2wire router ethernet link. Ethernet is OK, you can ping the router, it is showing as recognised but no internet. Light stays red and unable to pull 192.168.0.1 on internet explorer. Says it cannot connect to page. Old router works fine (thats what I am using now). Model of router is 2701hg-d. I spent over an hour with quest trying to fix. Machine is a Sony Viao about 5 years old running windows XP. We disabled firewalls didn't help. Any ideas???

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It is normally 192.168.1.254 for this router, but if you have pinged it the router must be ok, double check your isp password and usename and PPOe or PPOA setting and that the mtu is set correct for your isp.

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