Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
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Which IP is it that you're trying to configure? Is it the WAN IP or are you trying to change your LAN IP?
If it is the WAN IP, I would certainly recommend leaving that on automatic settings as most ISP's assign IP's dynamically and can change from time to time.
If it is the LAN IP... Are you also making sure that your network adapter on the system you're connected by is in the same IP range and Subnet Mask? (If the IP range of the network adapter is different than the IP range of the router's LAN IP, you won't get any throughput.)
Also... When you say "won't accept the new IP address", are you saying that the router is still responding...but is somehow REJECTING the IP that you're giving it?
You have got to give us more details here. Give us a breakdown of what you did that landed you in the current situation. We honestly can't help you much if you don't.
I'll be watching this thread for your reply. If you give more detail, I will continue to assist you.
Again... Do NOT rate me badly OR good until we resolve your issue.
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
The ip for the linksys is 192.168.1.1 user name - lower case admin
password lower case admin
rate me solved if its help full
Posted on Oct 30, 2007
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