Is there a modem (cable or verizon) connected to your router; if so you might need to turn off your modem, wireless router and computer for five minutes. Then turn on the modem, wait 5 minutes, turn on the wireless router wait 5 minutes, and then boot your computer. Also, make sure your computer's network card is set to DHCP, which automatically assigns your computer an ip address from the wireless router.
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First you will need to find the local IP address of your router. It should look something like "192.168.0.1" You might be able to find it in either your router manual or on the bottom of the router itself. Then make sure your computer is connected to the router via wireless or ethernet cable. Next, open your browser and type in the IP address into the address bar. It should take you to a setup page that looks a lot like a website. Find the "wireless security" tab and select a security protocol. I recommend using either WPA or WPA2. Now you can set a password. Finally, there should be "save" button on the page. Click it, then wait for your router to reboot and your network is now secure.
You might be connecting through wireless before and now that you have disabled it, your computer is not connected to the router and that is why you are not able to display the setup page. You can use an Ethernet cable to connect your pc to the router. Once connected, try to load the router's setup page again through the provided ip address. If you are unsure about your router's ip address, check this out for guidance. click here.
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1. have you connected the Netbook physically to the router 2. Is the netbook listed in the router as wireless device ( allowed to connect wirelessly.\ 3. if the device allowed to connect via the firewall. 4. Have you read the Netbook manual to connect wireless to a allow connection in your area. ************************************************************************* 1.Log into router. Using either 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.1.1 in a browser window that is ( internet Explorer or Firefox) 2. Verify wireless router name( on the computer) >>> ( on/off) ( router status window) 3.Note router name you are connecting to. 4.. Check the laptop/desktop do ipconfig /all to see current IP addresses. 5. Set the laptop up in the router by WEP KEY or MAC address. This set up in the "security tab" in the router. using 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 to access through a browser. 6.Note router name you are connecting to. 7. Move the laptop about 20ft away and try to log on to the internet. This is for all routers to set up wirelessly. 8. check for firmware update at the manufacturers site for your model router
1.Open the router interface page on a wired computer. If you don't have connect your wireless computer with an ethernet cable. 2.For this type the IP address of your router, that would be the default gateway on the computer 3.On the router interface page under the category WIRELESS, you will find Security. 4.In that, yo will find the wireless security key that has been setup.
JRSavage - The solution you supllied is to assign the IP address to the client. It appears Guest is asking how to log into the Router.
Guest - If the router is a wireless router then you should not have to know it's IP to connect to it, simply looks for it's SSID in WIndows Zero Config wireless util (or the util that came with your wireless adapter)
If you're connected and looking how to log into the router itself you'll want to enter the router's IP address into the address bar of your internet browser.
If you're looking for where you enter the router's IP for NIC configuration, you would enter the Router's IP as the Gateway address.
All wireless router manfacturers do not set their devices to the same gateway address so the 192.168.0.1 may not be accurate for your router. Can you identify the router's manufacturer and model number? Without that assuming you are on a windows computer you can open either a DOS Prompt or Command Prompt depending on the version of windows you are running. From that window issue the command ipconfig (it may require some operands and there may be multiple connections appear). Generally look for a connection probably with an IP address beginning 192.168.?.? and record the default gateway also probably a 192.168.?.? address. This may then be utilized like your friend to access the configuration for your wireless router. You may require an url like https://192.168.?.? or http://192.168.?.? where ?.? is from the default gateway address above. In addition you will probably require a UserID and Password that if unchanged can be gotten from the manufacturer's documentation or possibly reset using the manufacturers documentation if it was changed and is unknown. The manufacturer and model information along with the information for the wireless network adapters accessing router will be necessary to find a suitable security scheme to "lock" this device for secured access. Besides encryption schemes routers sometimes support using MAC addresses from your specific network cards to limit devices they will communicate with. These decisions need to be made after the additional information is identified.