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Re: I get unauthorized
If the default password of the router is not working , try your commonly use password but if it still do not work you need to reset the router, to reset it Press and hold the reset button for 30 seconds while the power is ON then after that you can now use the default password of the router again...
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Open your preferred internet browser and enter "192.168.1.1" in your web browser's address field.
When login dialog box will appear,leave the user name field empty. Input "admin" in the password field. Click "OK" to log into the router. The blank user name and "admin" password are the default configuration settings for your router.
Click "Security". Type the new password you want to assign to the user account. Enter it again in the "Re-enter to Confirm" field. Click "Apply".
Close your internet browser after you have completed the password change to protect your router from unauthorized access.
To set a password on virtually any wireless router you can do the following: First, go to "Start" and "Run." Type in "cmd" without the quotes. When the Command Prompt comes up type in the following, without quotes: "ipconfig" Locate the box that says "IP Address" and remember that number. Go to your default internet browser and type in that number. (Note: If it does not work, when typing the "IP Address" in the internet browser, type the following, without quotes: "192.168.1.1" or "10.1.1.1") If a box comes up asking for the login and password, it is probably either blank or of the following: Username: admin Password: admin or Password: admin Now go to "Advanced Setup." Click on "WEP" and select "Enable" and choose either 64 bit or 128 bit encryption. Click the box called "Passphrase" and type in what you want the password to be. Click "Save Settings." Click on "WEP" again and remember what Key 1 is. (Note: This is important.) Now you can set all users to this. More information can be found here: http://www.iinet.net.au/support/wireless/guide/wireless_security.html
You can assign Different Ip-address manually,Or use the Proxy to change the ip-address,by hiding the Original Ip-address or contact the ISP get the Dynamic Ip-address and Change the Ip-address,You can check the Ip-address at here http://www.ip-details.com/
Open an Internet Explorer browser page on your wired computer(desktop).In the address bar type - 192.168.1.1 and press Enter... Leave Username blank & in Password use admin in lower case...
Click on "Applications and Gaming" tab and then click on "Port Range Forwarding" subtab...
1) On the first line in Application box type in ABC, in the start box type in 53 and End box type in 53, leave the protocol as both and under ip address type in 192.168.1.20 and check the enable box...
2) On the second line in Application box type in PQR, in the start box type in 88 and End box type in 88, leave the protocol as both and under ip address type in 192.168.1.20 and check the enable box...
3) On the third line in Application box type in XYZ, in the start box type in 3074 and End box type in 3074, leave the protocol as both and under ip address type in 192.168.1.20 and check the enable box and click on Save Settings...
4) Once you return to the set up page click on the Security tab and uncheck Block Anonymous Internet Requests and click on Save Settings...
5) Click on set-up and change the MTU Size to 1452 and click Save Settings...
6) Goto the XBox Network Settings and IP Address Settings and select manual IP Settings and assign the following on your Xbox IP Address :- 192.168.1.20, Subnet Mask :- 255.255.255.0, Default Gateway :- 192.168.1.1...
7) Also assign the DNS Addresses on the Xbox Primary dns :- 22.214.171.124...Secondary dns :- 192.168.1.1
8) Turn off your modem, router, and Xbox...Wait for a minute...
9) Plug the modem power first, wait for another minute and plug the router power cable, wait another minute and turn on the Xbox and test it...it will connect...
well, most routers operate on the ip address 192.168.1.1 by default, first thing, make sure your computer does not have a static ip address, but rather the ip is automatically, second thing is to open up your browser and type into the address bar 192.168.1.1, a dialog box should come up asking for your username and password, type in admin for both username as well as password, if this does not work just type in admin for password and leave the username blank, you should be greeted with a user friendly menu for setting the options fr your router, please do not change any option you do not understand, you might end up firewalling yourself out, if the first step does not help it might mean that settings have been customised already so you might have to reset the router, do this by looking on the back of the router, there should be a pin sized hole, just stick a pin down this hole and hold it down for about 5 to 10 seconds whilst the router is on, then start from step 1, Hope this helps...
1 Open up an Internet browser window on your computer system. To gain access to the default settings, type in the default IP address of the wireless router in your Internet browser's address bar and press enter. You must refer to the wireless router's documentation or navigate to the manufacturer's website for the correct IP address.
2 Type the default user name and password in the security dialog box that appears, then press Enter on your keyboard. Because different router manufacturers use different default user names and passwords, refer back to your router's documentation or support webpage for the correct information.
3 Navigate through the router administration pages to find the wireless router's administrator password settings. Change the default user name and password to a unique set so that possible unauthorized access to your router settings will not take place. Make sure to hit "Save Settings" to complete the change.
4 Set up your wireless security settings by navigating to the proper administration settings page. By default, wireless routers do not come with a password for connectivity access. Choose the appropriate wireless security level you need and type in a unique user name and password. Save these new settings and log out of the router's administration setup.
5 Write down the user names and passwords for both network access and the administration setup page. Keep these user names and passwords in a safe place.
Open a web browser (such as Internet Explorer or Netscape)
When the browser opens, go to the "Address" bar and input the IP address of the Wireless Router (The default IP Address is 192.168.1.1).
A "User Name" and "Password" prompt will appear, leave the "User Name" field blank and input the Wireless Routers password (The default password of a Linksys Router is admin) into the "Password" field.
it depends on what you specifically want to password-protect:
a. protecting the network from unauthorized users?
b. protecting the network's admin interface?
for a. - log into your network's admin interface (usually http://192.168.0.1) - go to the category of wireless security - select the type of network protection you are looking for (strength - i.e. wep, wap, wpa2) and set your password following the steps listed within your router's admin interface...
for b. - log into your network's admin interface (usually http://192.168.0.1) - if you have never done this before, then your username should be filled in as Admin and leave password blank and hit enter.... from there, you are able to change or at least add a password to the interface from unauthorized access (usually under category security)
To set a password on virtually any wireless router you can do the following:
First, go to "Start" and "Run." Type in "cmd" without the quotes. When the Command Prompt comes up type in the following, without quotes: "ipconfig" Locate the box that says "IP Address" and remember that number. Go to your default internet browser and type in that number. (Note: If it does not work, when typing the "IP Address" in the internet browser, type the following, without quotes: "192.168.1.1" or "10.1.1.1") If a box comes up asking for the login and password, it is probably either blank or of the following:
Now go to "Advanced Setup." Click on "WEP" and select "Enable" and choose either 64 bit or 128 bit encryption. Click the box called "Passphrase" and type in what you want the password to be. Click "Save Settings."
Click on "WEP" again and remember what Key 1 is. (Note: This is important.) Now you can set all users to this.
More information can be found here: http://www.iinet.net.au/support/wireless/guide/wireless_security.html