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Can't access adminpage of the router from the 1st lan

Hi there
I've 2 LAN
1. with the main Modem (Dlink DSL-2640T) the gateway is 192.168.1.1
2. with (Linksys WRT54GL) the gateway is 192.168.2.1

My question is how i could open the (WRT54GL) page from a PC in LAN1?

Many many thanks for your time.

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  • proff_kamal Dec 18, 2008

    the chalage is that i can't have a direct access with ethernt cable or wireless because it is very far from LAN1
    is there a remote access or somthing like that ????? i already try port 4899 but it doesn't work or i dont know how i could use it.
    many thanks for your help

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You can use ethernet cable, or you can use the wireless.

search for the wireless network and connect your pc to that wireless network. or simply connect an ethernet cable to your pc and connect other end to the Linksys WRT54GL .

open an internet explorer (or whatever you use) type ip address.

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