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I changed the address for my router and now nothing works

I have a VOIP and it was sending incoming calls to voicemail. They told me to go to 192.168.0.1 and to change the ISP address there. Well I did that and now I cannot connect to the internet through my router and my phone does not work at all.

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I don't know what "they" told you to change?
But if you changed the router's IP Address and you don't know what it is, then there is only one
solution to get you back to ground zero.

With the router power ON, press and Hold about 10 seconds the RESET button close to the power input jack. You did not state which model router you have, but after the router is rebooted you need to hook up using a direct cable connection with the your browser using the following:
Type on address bar 192.168.0.1 enter. the Dlink router webpage should appear and asking for
Username and password.... Username is "Admin" Password is "dlink" these are the defaults.
From there you take over assign a new password, choose your encryption and password etc.

Best of luck

"Don't Fuss Ask Gus"

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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