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In run box type " ipconfig "

or start/all programs/accessories/commmand prompt

see default gateway ip

then in your browser http:// and default IP

for manual try thomson and put your model in search

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Connect motorola modemsbSB6121 to Belink N600 wireless router with out losing internet signal

Step one turn on PC directly connected to ModemsbSB6121 without Wi FI router being involved.
Step two go to Command prompt type in ipconfig (press enter)
Step three note IP address of default gateway and ip address issued to P.C.
Step four type in default gateway address into browser and log into Modem.
Step five look for DHCP Server and allocate IP addresses from at least 50 for example starting ip lease ending ip lease
Step six connect Wi Router to P.C. via ethernet cable only - remove ModemSB6121
Step Seven shutdown and restart p.c
Step Eight go to Command prompt type in ipconfig (press enter)
Step Nine note IP address of default gateway and ip address issued to P.C.
Step Ten type in default gateway address into browser and log into Wi Fi Router
Step Eleven Change IP address on Router to 2 as example (it has to match in that modem device would have been 192,168.0.1)
(if it was make wi fi make sure subnet mask is the same like
Step twelve Change DHCP Server to off
Step Thirteen may need to set default gateway to MODEM IP address for example
Step Fourteen plug modem router into Wi Fi router may need to plug into WAN port on WI FI router .
Step Fifteen shutdown and Restart Computer
Step Sixteen go to Command prompt type in ipconfig (press enter)
Step Seventeen type in PING (if this is modem IP address and default gateway IP addess)
All this above is to avoid IP address conflicts or mismatching
Subnet mask should be
either it uses or it uses make sure Wi FI router is set to different address to Modem Router.
I suspect either a clash occurs or your P.C gets a different IP range from ther WI FI DHCP server.
Happy troubleshooting !

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Need the IP address on a rca 46in LED

By default, the IP address will automatically be assigned by the router. If you want to set a fixed IP address, there is a menu option to do so under SETUP on the television. You may enter any fixed IP address within the accepted range of your router. (It is recommended to set the television to DHCP mode so it will automatically be assigned an IP address by your router.)

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How do I determine actual threats to my network while reviewing my wireless/network Router's Event Log?

Logs are meant to see the activities handled by your router. However, to determine any threat you can check for the IP address of the devices you have connected to your router. You can determine if any one else is trying to access your router by their ip address only.
Note down the IP address for all the devices that you have connected to your router. Than match the your devices IP addresses with IP addresses you found in the logs.
Matching IP address: Means your devices accessing the router. Unmatched IP Address: Someone else's devices trying to access your router.
You can always add security by using WEP/WPA2 key security. For further security you can encrypt the keys.

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How to remove network password?

Log into your router using a web browser and the router's IP address. You can find out your router's IP address with the ipconfig command on the Windows command prompt. The IP you are looking for is the Default Gateway.
Your router's default username is admin and the password is motorola.
Once logged into your router, you need to go into the Wireless section, go to the Security tab and select Open System from the Authentication field.

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How can I find router I P address & password

Well it depends what ip address you are looking for - if you are looking for the local ip address all you have to do go is go to the command line and type in "ipconfig" without the quotes. What you are looking for is the gateway address.
If you are looking for the ip address the rest of the world sees it will be a little more tricky. The first thing you are going to want to do is log in to your router. You can do this by opening your web browser and in the address bar typing the local ip address of you router. (It should be
You will be prompted with a log in box. The default username is admin and the default password is password. If you cannot log in using these credentials and do not remember if you have changed the password all you have to do is get a small pointy object (pen, paperclip, pin etc). Look on the back of your router for a small hole that says reset on it and push it in for 30 seconds. This will reset it to factory default settings - if you are wirelessly connected to your router you will have to reconnect to the network it will be called netgear most likely. You can then log in to your router.
Once logged into your router click on the "Maintenance" heading on the main screen then select "System Status"
Your IP address will be listed under the "Internet Port" heading.

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About 1 yr ago, I allowed my neighbor to connect w/my linksys router. Now, our IPS has instituted a "fair access policy," and I need to remove my neighbor from my network. Can u tell me how to do this?

Change the WEp/WPA security key and don't let eh neighbor have it. That will kick him out of the router. You could also go into the router table and look at the MAC address associated with his IP and block that IP address and that will kick him out as well. If you block his IP and your router is set for DHCP he can log out and log back in and get a new IP address. Blocking by MAC address and using WEP/WPA security key is the best way to block unauthorized access to your router. The WEP/WPA key will be located on the page that router Wireless Security settings are on when you access your router.

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Can,t find link to enter code

By "code" I take it you mean the router password for the configuration page. In order to reach this page, you must type in your router's IP Address. To find the IP Address of the router, use a computer that is successfully connected to the router, go to run (windows key + r) and type in cmd. This opens up command prompt. From here, type in "ipconfig" (without the "). Once you do this, look for the default gateway address (might just be called default gateway). The default gateway is your router's IP Address. Take that address and copy it, then, paste it into a web browser's address bar. Once you do that, and go to it, you will be asked to log in. Log in (if you need help with logging in, please comment), and you will be in the router's configuration page.
Hope this helps.

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Wireless connection

JRSavage - The solution you supllied is to assign the IP address to the client. It appears Guest is asking how to log into the Router.

Guest - If the router is a wireless router then you should not have to know it's IP to connect to it, simply looks for it's SSID in WIndows Zero Config wireless util (or the util that came with your wireless adapter)

If you're connected and looking how to log into the router itself you'll want to enter the router's IP address into the address bar of your internet browser.

If you're looking for where you enter the router's IP for NIC configuration, you would enter the Router's IP as the Gateway address.

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Email the Status log

The Log settings option allows you to save and email status logs to an administrator?s email address. Step 1 Open a web browser and type the IP address of the router (default: The username is admin (all lower case) and the password is blank (nothing) Step 2 Click on the Status tab and click the Log button. Step 3 Click on the Log Settings button. Enter the SMTP Server or IP Address in the field provided. Example: SMTP server > IP address > Step 4 Enter E-mail Address in which you want the logs to be sent to. Step 5 Select the Log type you wish to send to your SMTP server. System Activity Debug Information Attacks Dropped Packets Notice Step 6 Click on Apply and then click Continue to save the changes. Click the Send E-mail Now button to send the log to the e-mail address specified.

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