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Depends on the make and model. You also have to connect directly to it with a cable. If you have the setup disk that came with it, you can do this without much effort. IF you don\'t have the disk, you have to figure out the address of it. You can do this using the command prompt in windows and typing TRACERT and then something like CNN.COM there is a space between the two sections of that command. Tracert cnn.com and hit enter. The program will spit out a list of numbers. Starting with the computer and then the router. something like 192.168.1.0 The second set of numbers is the one that you want to use and you can put those numbers straight into the browser like an address. Don\'t use WWW though. You then hit enter and you should be looking at the setup screen for your router. Depending on how it was setup the screen may want a password. If you don\'t know what it is. you can reset the whole router using the pin hole and a paper clip that is on the back or the bottom of the router. Then you are looking at having to find the password and user name that was set at the factory. I highly suggest that you post the make and model for more information.
Posted on Nov 13, 2014
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