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192.168.0.1 site I have a new Netgear wireless modem/router. I cannot get into the above site to get my WPA encryption number to activate the wireless!! I'm getting an AOL error page that heads: OOPS! We can't find the web page you are looking for!"What's going on?

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  • evhatz Feb 26, 2009

    I have the same problem

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First have you assured through the documentation that the default address for the configuration is 192.168.0.1. Second some routers require a secure connection to get to the configuration such as https://192.168.0.1 Third you can check to see if someone changed the gateway address by using the Command Prompt or the DOS Prompt and typing ipconfig and pressing enter. Look for the default gateway address it will probably be 192.168.?.? if it was changed and the 192.168.? part will match the IP Address assigned to the machine. If you still cannot get access to the configuration AND YOU UNDERSTAND HOW TO COMPLETELY CONFIGURE YOUR ROUTER; check out the users guide for instructions for resetting the router's contents -- this will WIPE OUT THE ENTIRE CONFIGURATION IN YOUR ROUTER and reset the routers configuration to the factory defaults. THIS COULD WIPE OUT USERID AND PASSWORD SETTINGS THAT ALLOW THE ROUTER TO ACCESS THE INTERNET. Only consider reset on the router if you fully understand what you are doing and how to reconfigure the router appropriately.

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Posted on Dec 06, 2007

  • david Dec 08, 2007

    Using a computer wired to the router with an ethernet connection, if possible with the router turned on

    Please try the following (assuming Windows XP)

    Click START then All Programs then Accessories then Command Prompt.

    In the open window type -- ipconfig --- (8 letters) and press enter

    There will be a display of adapters,
    subnet addresses and default gateways Please report those back as a
    comment to your initial question and I will attempt to provide a next
    step.

    Thanks

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