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On the back of the router there is a recessed reset button. You need something small like a paper clip to push it. Push and hold it for 15 seconds. This will completely reset the router to factory settings.<br /><br />You will need to use the default password that came with the router to get in. It should be Admin, but refer to the manual for that. You can find it on the linsys website if you don't have yours.<br /><br />When you plug your computer directly into it, you should go to 192.168.10.1 to access the router.<br /><br />You will have to set up all your settings again.<br /><br />If by chance the default network ID was changed, and the reset did not effect it.<br /><br />Basically the fist 3 sets of numbers in the IP address is called the network ID.<br /><br />Plug your computer into the router and start it. When its up got to run, and type CMD and hit enter<br /><br />Then once the command prompt comes up type ipconfig and hit enter<br /><br />Find the line that says IP address. Take the first 3 sets of numbers from your IP address and type them into a browser, and make the last number 1 and it will access the router.<br /><br />
For that you enter in linksys configuration page with 184.108.40.206 then enable dhcp . Aso set WAN settings as your internet service provider settings. For that you have to set DNS server and other settings as your malaysia streamys broad band settings. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks.
go to a command prompt on your computer and type in ipconfig - then look for the ip address of your "Default Gateway". Make a not of this ip address.. Then open your internet browser and type in http://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX replacing the Xs with your default gateway... you will then get to the admin screen for the router where you can do whatever you need to do.
I suggest you to do a hard reset on your router. Press the reset button at the back of the router for 20 seconds then unplug the power for 1 minute. Then reconfigure your PPPoE settings. On the Setup page of the router, make sure to choose the "Keep Alive" option.
Go to Network Sharing Center. Select Undefined Network click on customize click on IP4 enabled IP6 Enabled then go to advanced setup type IP address 192.168.1.1 on all fields. restart computer completely unplug and connect power supply again to router. that's it. If it fails go to http://192.168.1.1 type username admin password admin then on sidebar click on advanced setup click on WAN then select first row from top.. select next then click on Bridge Tnen Next Seav and Save/Reboot. Close Browser. wait for 2 mins . then dial PPPoE manually from Network Sharing Center.
If your modem/router has a setup page, you may configure the MTU on it instead of configuring it on each computer. The modem/router's setup page can be accessed using the address 192.168.1.1 on the Internet Explorer's address bar or you may follow these steps.
1) Connect to the website integrated router by typing its IP address local (default: 192.168.1.1). 2) In the left menu, click on Show advanced Settings. 3) In section Hotel, please click WAN. 4) Please set the following parameters: -- MRU = 1400 -- MTU = 1400 -- MSS = 1360 5) Click on Submit. 6) Click the Save Setting and Reboot and if necessary on Submit.