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Getting a limited or no connectivity error because the network did not assign a network address to the computer - can't get onto 192.168.2.1 either - think i mucked that up when playing around and reset the IP but can't get in with that either

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Hold the reset button on teh back of the router for 10/15 seconds, will factorty reset, you shud be able to access the router login page

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What do you mean about talking to the router?

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