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Unable to access the router for manual setup

I have a new wpn824 router attached to a RCA Broadband Modem from Time Warner Cable. I got a smart wizard setup cd which actually broke in my CD drive while trying to set up the router. I have the router, modem and my latop connected. I need to do a manual setup but after typing in the IP adress 192.168.1.1 or using the routerlogin.net in my browser the page takes extreming long to load and in fact never completely loads and I can't get access.

How can I complete the installation of the router or do I need to get a new setup cd and where

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  • Boomer7298 Feb 07, 2008

    I enterhttp://192.168.1.1 and I get the message saying that the site cannot be accessed. I am trying to set up my wifes new laptop onto the home network and i need to access it to get the security key to enter to access it...any ideas?

  • abright1 May 01, 2008

    Want to connect to new wireless laptop/Dell via my new Netgear RangeMax WPN824 router. Installed but do not get internet when connected thru router. Not able to access wireless at all

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    i lost the setup cd to my rangemax wireless router

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I've had this problem myself setting up a wirless router connected to a ADSL 2+ modem

Pretty much both 'routers' compete to give everyone in the network an IP adress and get all muddled up between each other. So what i found that works is to turn off the option to automatically give everyone an IP adress/DCHP option on the modem and plug it directly into one of the network ports on the router (not the modem port). (changing the settings is done by connecting to the IP adress through windows explorer. ur manual should be able to help you with this)

Hope this works for you

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Delete all temp files and cookies and clear history>and restart the pc>and try this
http://192.168.1.1

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Open a web browser and goto http://192.168.1.1 the default password should be admin and the username is admin too

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