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That should be the default wireless IP also the gateway / firewall.

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Problem is that ipv4 config.
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But then there should be a router that hands out IP-addresses and the IP adress of this router should be given in the ipv4 config as Standard gateway.
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if you get an AUTOCONFIG ip address, then something is setup wrong in your network. btw, IPV4 is practically what everyone uses....

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