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What brand router? try 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 or try NO Http:// do not need it for local network
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
That's not the routers address. Depending on the model it should be something like....
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HTTP Web-browser Access
Most HTML browsers can be used, though Internet Explorer 4.0 or Netscape 4.0 are recommended. IE 2.0 and Netscape 2.0 and their predecessors are not supported. The HTML interface can be used to access the LAN (or WAN) IP address or it can be used with FTP to upload and download files to and from the router.
To log on to the modem via HTML:
1 Bring up your favorite web browser.
2 Enter the Ethernet IP address of the router (10.0.0.1 or Speedstream) in the "Location" or "Address" area where you enter web page addresses.
3 Refer to "HTML Web Interface" on page 20.
HTML Web Interface
The HTML interface for the router first displays a page showing the current configuration of the router. The first page also provides links to the following functions:
Leads to a more detailed interface with several links that allow more in-depth configuration of functions available on the router. This interface provides the following links:
• Configuration Procedures
• Status and Statistics
• Command List
This is where the user manual ends. I would suggest clicking "Configuration Procedures" and find the section for configuring Network Address Translation (NAT).
In that section (if it exists), you'll want to provide the private IP address of the computer running the Telnet server and forward port 23 to this IP address.
If NAT capabilities do not exist, I would consider changing the router to Gateway mode (described in the user manual) and buying your own router to handle the NAT firewall.
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