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Re: no default gateway
You most likley have your Local Area Connection TCP/IP settings incorrect.
In windows XP go to > Control Panel > Network Connections > RIGHT CLICK on Local Area Connection > Properties > Click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) > Then properties > Make sure that "Obtain an IP address Automaticly" and "Obtain DNS server automatticly" are checked. Once you make the change, Reboot and you should be good to go.
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If you don't know the ip of the router you can try clicking start-->run-->then type cmd and click "OK". In the command prompt type: ipconfig and press "Enter" on the keyboard. If there's a "gateway address" that will the the number to type after http:// in your web browser.
1. Start Menu->run-> type "cmd" and hit enter.
2. Type ipconfig and hit enter
3. Look at your default gateway. Is it 192.168.1.1 or soemthing else.
put in http://192.168.1.1 or whatever is listed in Default Gateway setting from ipconfig results
Try 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1
If none works, then go to Start->Run and type 'cmd' without the quotes and press enter.
The command prompt window will appear. Then type 'ipconfig' without the quotes and press enter. Look at the Default Gateway ip address. That is the ip of your router.
To locate your router's IP address, please perform the below steps:
Connect your computer directly to your wireless router and perform the following tests.
A. Click on Start then goto Programs and goto Accessories and open Command Prompt. B. In Command Prompt window, type in 'ipconfig' and hit 'Enter'. Note down the IP Address, Subnet mask & Default Gateway here.
The address that you see in default gateway is the IP address of your wireless router.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue.
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1. Connect your router to your computer via ethernet cable
2. Now we will check the IP Address
Windows XP 1. Click "Start" 2. Click "Run" 3. Type "cmd" without quotes 4. On the black screen type "ipconfig" without quotes 5. Look for the default gateway, whatever IP Address you can see there is the default IP Address of your router
Windows Vista 1. Click "Pearl button" (Start button in XP)
2. Click "Start Search"
3. Type "cmd" without quotes 5. Right click the black icon up at the top of the window 6. Click on "Run as administrator" 7. Click on "Continue"
8. On the black screen type "ipconfig" without quotes
9. Look for the default gateway, whatever IP Address you can see there is the default IP Address of your router
By default ip address is 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1
But if your ip is different and if in your router DHCP is enabled then you have to check your computer ip address with which your router is connect. Go to start menu then type in run "ipconfig /all" then check gateway ip it is your router ip. Also you can check your ip wtih phone reciver connect your phone receiver to router with phone line jack. Then press * so you can listen configuration. Let me kow if you need more assistanse. Thanks.
If you want to get the router address , you can do this by following the steps Click Start>RUN>CMD enter then after that on the black window type IPCONFIG enter just look for the default gateway and that is your router IP and make sure you do that using the computer that is connected to the router....
Second did you buy the router new or used because a used router may not be at the default address 192.168.0.1 you expect. Assuming you can access the router with your computer and wireless card -- open a command window (Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt) and type ipconfig and press enter. If you cannot connect using the wireless use a wired connection to the
router ports to get the gateway address as indicated above using
ipconfig. There may be multiple connections however we are looking for one with an IP Address and a Default Gateway probably like 192.168.?.? where the first question mark is the same and the last are different. Use the default gateway address to access your router instead of the default 192.168.0.1. If the password has been changed meaning the router logon fails for you with the default password, the manufacturers documentation may describe a reset process to return the router to factory default including the password to allow you access (note the gateway address will also revert to the manufacturers default requiring a reboot or ipconfig /reset and ipconfig /renew to reconnect the computer to the router after the change.