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Not letting me on the ip address to set up

I read the previous post about this, and I'm using to try and get the thing set up, but my computer isn't connecting to it. I noticed they've switched the ip address once before - did they change it again? My internet is working for everything else right now, just not the one I need.

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I don't know if this will help you or not, but I've been trying too and not connecting. Then tonite, I tried and I got it! Good Luck! Jan 22

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I think the default address is

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You may be able to verify the router's address by checking the Default Gateway setting on your computer. For example, at the Windows command prompt, type "ipconfig" to display your current ip address settings...including the gateway (router) address.

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