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Problems with router not issuing IP Addresses

Recently a friend of mine who has this item had this set up in his home working perfectly

hes recently moved house, and wanted to set up his boradband again,

he has literally unplugged everything and then plugged it in at his new home, only the router wont allow ip addresses to be given to the computer - we tried to access the control panel via the ip address from the router booklet to change his new boradband settings but it wont connect to the router.

if you unplug the network cable from the router it can detect that but no further details past this. what can be causing this problem? as none of the settings have changed apart from location?

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Re: Problems with router not issuing IP Addresses

U may setted mac filtering on teh router it wont allow new pc to communicate u need to to master reset connect teh power to the router look the back u can find reset hole take pen hit that and hold it for 40 sec and reboot the router by unplug teh power and wait 30 sec and replug it back and then u can login to teh router to change the settings>rate me solved if its helps thx

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