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To un-bridge my modem

What I want to know is how to unbridge my modem and by-pass my router? I know I have to go to 192.1.1 address or something like that to start.

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You're talking about just hooking your PC directly into the cable/dsl modem?
If so, you should be able to just unplug the LAN cable from the router and hook it into your modem. 
(Most XP/Vista installs are set to seek out a DHCP server to get an IP. Your home router was your DHCP server before, hence the 192.168.x.x addresses.)

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