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Problems With Web configuration

I want to put a password on my wireless connection and the manual tells me to open my Internet browser and type "" as the URL. But when i do it the Web configurator doesn't show, instead google shows some search results. Why?

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Re: Problems With Web configuration

Try this - 1) Check the IP Address first 2) Assuming that you have Windows XP. you may click on start -> run and type 'CMD'; Click 'OK' 3) This must bring up a black screen, which is the command prompt 4) Next to the cursor, type 'IPCONFIG' and hit enter 5) This will give you some information and one of them would be the Default Gateway, which would be the IP Address of the Zyxel router (if the computer is actually getting a connection from the router) and this IP Address is the one which can be used in the Internet Browser to open the web configuration 6) In the previous steps I'm assuming that the IP Address of router is not 7) In case, we have an IP Address of and you are still not able to pull up the web configuration, check for any software firewall. Disable it temporarily. THE STEPS GIVEN ABOVE ARE GENERALISED AND MAY NOT WORK FOR EVERY SITUATION. IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO FOLLOW THE STEPS GIVEN ABOVE, PLEASE INITIATE A CHAT SESSION WITH ME FROM THE FIXYA HOMEPAGE WHENEVER I'M ONLINE AND WE'LL CARRY ON FROM THERE. GOOD LUCK

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The IP address you mentioned is the deafault IP address of the access point, there is a posibility that the default IP has been change.

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