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Cannot log into internet after reseting the router

How to configer my router after resetting at the back of the router i am having problemes to log into the internet pls help

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  • Randall  Trahan
    Randall Trahan May 11, 2010

    First I need to know why you reset it in the first place. If it was not working, then yes you reset. If it still does not working then its time to call your Internet Service Provider. Lots of times the problem is on there end, not yours.

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Well resetting the button at the back of the router makes the router go to factory default settings.As such you need to configure the router once again as per your service provider's settings.If you already have the IP informations and the other informations.You can try to log into the router using the default IP of 192.168.1.1 which would take you to the router home page.You can configure the Router and save the same.Once done you should be good to go.

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If you cannot log into the router then you most likely have been hacked,
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No but seriously, if you can't connect via your WEP key or even log into the config site then most likely then someone near you has cracked the WEP key (very easy) and then re-configured your router to suit their needs.

(again this is speculation based off the fact I've seen this done tons of times, if you can still log into the routers config page then might have type the key wrong or something)

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To log into your router you need to find its IP,
physically connect to the router and do an IPCONFIG and open the Default Gateway in the results in a web browser.
(Start then Run..., then type in CMD and hit ENTER, then in the command prompt type IPCONFIG)



If you cannot access the router at all you'll have to proceed doing a factory reset and then re-configure preferably with something other than WEP - copypasta of my factory reset tutorial:

Only way to bypass this is to perform a factory reset.

There is a reset switch (a small hole on the back of the unit),
if you press it once it just reboots the device,
if you hold it down (10-30s) it'll restore all settings to fresh out of the box.

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This removes ALL settings.

You'll then have to go back into the router and reconfigure all of your security settings.
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