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Zoom AP+4 Router - IP Problems

I connected the Router up properly but the next instruction creates difficulty.

'Open your Web Browser, enter 10.0.0.200 in the address bar, and press the enter key to open the zoom AP+4 configuration software.'

When I enter the code into Firefox it comes up 'server taking too long to respond'. I followed the instructions very carefully and I'm still not winning

Any suggestions?

I REALLY NEED HELP :(

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    nothing coming up only comments saying they need help, it not looking good is it piece of rubbish it looks like again?

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    Frank May 11, 2010

    What happens when you do the same in IE?

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Make sure your PC is connected to port 1 on the router. Reset the router first. Hold the reset button for 10 seconds then unplug the power for about 20 seconds then plug it back in. If the lights are solid, you can give it a try again doing the 10.0.0.200

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Plug the AP+4 directly into your computer via Ethernet cable. This is usually a yellow cable that is provided with the AP+4. Plug on end of that cable into the computer you are setting up the AP+4 and the other end into one of the four numbered ports on that AP+4. (Note: Make sure to have your computer off. If your computer has a wireless connection to your network disable it. If you computer has a static IP be sure to set it to DHCP.)

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