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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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Re: Not letting me on the ip address to set up

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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Re: Not letting me on the ip address to set up

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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After upgrading to Windows 10, my router needs to be reset (unplugged and then plugged back in again) everytime I want to use my computer. This is getting old!

You don't say exactly WHY this happens, or what message you get when trying to connect. It is most likely, from the sounds of things, an IP address conflict. Your computer may be set for a static IP address that is in a range that is assignable as a dynamic one. If the router gives your static IP to another device, then you won't be able to connect. Unplugging and restarting the router with your computer on and waiting to connect frees up the previously assigned IP address and lets your computer have it. You should check your PC to make sure that you DON'T use fixed IP unless there is a necessity for it. If that is the case, then you should, in the router table, assign the PC (using the MAC address from your machine) the IP address you want it to have every time it connects. That way you don't have to set your PC to a static IP and the address you want (or need) is always reserved for your machine when you connect to the router.

Dec 20, 2015 | Routers

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I keep trying to hook to my wifi and it wants to change my IP address continuously. I had to change the settings to "static" and type in my IP address. Unit connects initially and then reverts to an

Keep the router to supply IP address using dhcp mode. Increase the lease time to 24 hours and don't forget to bind your device mac address with the dhcp IP in the router. This way it will always get the same ip from the router.

Dec 30, 2014 | Routers

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Imagerunner 210S. I have a network card in this used printer but my computer does not see it. How do I install this printer on my home network? Is there an adapter to plug into the ethernet jack to...

  1. You need to set a Static IP address in the printer:

  2. Press the "Additional Functions" key on the Canon Imagerunner 210N keypad.

  3. Tap "System Settings" and enter your administrative ID number and passcode if prompted.

  4. Tap the "Network Settings" button and tap the button next to "TCP/IP Settings."

  5. Press the "IP Settings" button.

  6. Highlight "IP Address" and use the keypad to enter the IP address you want to assign to your Canon Imagerunner 210N.

  7. Fill in the "Subnet Mask" and "Gateway Address" fields with the appropriate information.

  8. Press the "OK" button to save the network settings and enable the new IP address.

Read more: How to Set the IP Address on Canon Imagerunner 210 N ' Then install the driver and poit them to the IP address.

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Dec 30, 2010 | Routers

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I have a linksys wireless-G model wrt54g and i'm trying to connect two computers at the same time wirelessly to the router. The problem is they keep kicking each other off the connection and i need them...

The most common cause for this problem is that the wireless settings for ip adresses at these computers are not set to auto; they are set to manual with the possible conflict at the wi-fi connection.
This procedure has to be done at both computers, one by one. Let's check some settings for the network connections. Click on "start" - "settings" - "control panel" - "network connections".
First we'll check the ethernet connection. Right click on "local area connection" - "properties" - choose "Internet protocol (TCP/IP)" - "properties". In case of not at automatically settings, click on both buttons to "obtain an IP address automatically" and "obtain DNS server address automatically". Your screen has to be like this:
Click on OK at both windows.
Now we'll check the Wi-fi connection. We are at the "network connections" window (Click on "start" - "settings" - "control panel" - "network connections" in case you close the window from the previous step). Right click on "Wireless connection" - "properties" - choose "Internet protocol (TCP/IP)" - "properties". In case of not at automatically settings click on both buttons to "obtain an IP address automatically" and "obtain DNS server address automatically". Your screen has to be like the previous one; the only difference has to be reffering the "connect using" line.
Click on OK at both windows.

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Nov 15, 2010 | Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router

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My linksys does not have a IP adress how do i fix that?

keep in mind that your router gets the ip address for you to go online from the Internet service provider (ISP). if you are positive that your problem is that your router is not getting that IP address. you need to contact the ISP and have the reset on their end your modem so you get an ip address.

now your computer is the one that is not getting the ip address there are a few things you can try.

1. do start>run>cmd (enter) and at the command prompt type
'ipconfig /all' and press enter.
2. check the output and make sure you have dhcp enabled and see if there's an Ip address in the range of 192.168.1.x, if you are getting this. your router is providing this ip address that's fine.
3. if you are not getting the ip address in the range noted above. make sure your network adapter is set to receive an ip address automotically, go into network connections, select and right click your network adapter, go to properties, go down to tcp/ip and click properties and make sure you have selected to "obtain an ip address automatically " and also select a "obtain a dns server address automatically".
4. it does not hurt to check if you are properly connected to your router, if you are using a cable, make sure the leds on your router and your network card have a both a green light and a blinkin led. it could be simply a blinking green light. and if it's wireless, make sure you are able to see the name of your router (linksys or the name you set) in the list of wireless networks avaliable to you to connect. also, make sure you're using the right password and the right type of encription method configured on your router if this settings were previously configured.

hope that gives you an idea on where you need to start.

good luck!

Dec 31, 2009 | Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router

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Change the IP address

There are a couple of things you could have done. Did you turn DHCP off? Are you just trying to use this as a WAP? The easiest thing to do is plug your computer into one of the ports on the Belkin, and nothing into the LAN port, do an IPCONFIG release and an IPCONFIG renew and let the computer get a new IP address. Then try logging into the gateway address displayed.

If you're doing a WAP, set an SSID, set the IP address to your 235 and gateway to 1, turn off DHCP, or let it pass through, because you're going to let the Linksys give out all IP's, then plug the linking cable into network, NOT USING THE WAN port. From the network, you should be able to ping if you can, point your browser to that address and see if you can now log into the Belkin.

If you run into trouble, comment back and I might actually download the manual :-)


Nov 07, 2009 | Belkin F5D7234-4 Router

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Getting error message: Invalid Ip address

This would normally mean that you have assigned the IP address manually but have also given that same IP to another computer and they are fighting about it.

If this is the case then just check your IP allocations and find out which computer is using the same IP and change it to one that is not in use.

It may also mean that your router is trying to use the same IP as your modem

With just your modem connected to the computer

go to the START MENU / RUN then type CMD and press enter.

Now in the black screen type IPCONFIG /ALL

Take note of the numbers esp in the default gateway, that is your modem)

Now with just the router connected by wire do the same thing.

This time the default gateway is your router if it is the same as your modem then you need to alter it in your router,

You haven't given a model so you will have to work this bit out yourself but your are looking for a setting on your router that starts with the same number you got.
If your default router gateway was lets say then that is what you would be looking for. Change the third block so now it reads and save the settings. This would clear any conflict between modem and router.

If you have assigned IP's to computers they would need to be changed to reflect the routers new IP and again you would just change the third block in the allocated IP to a 2

If in doubt read this a couple of times or print it out.

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Aug 18, 2009 | NetGear Routers

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Wireless router won't connect to my laptop

1. check your network adapter TCP/IP settings if its set into "Obtain as IP address Automatically".
2. if the settings is set as Automatic and your not getting IP address then select "Use the following IP Address"
3. use IP address followed to your router address like if192.168.0.1 in router type or192.168.0.3 just check the next address IP in your network.
4. after typing subnet IP will automatically set
5. type the router IP address as your default gateway
6. click OK to save your new settings

Hope this will help

Nov 24, 2008 | Arris WR850G Router (DHWR850G)

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Adding additional computer problem

Yes, the xp machine connects to the net. DHCP is not enabled. The ipconfig/all command brings up the correct static ip address, subnet mask, and default gateway. But it does also say under the ip configuration that ip routing is not enabled. I did have the 2000 machine connected when I first set up the router yesterday, but I booted up my laptop to try to set up a wireless connection, and then I had to reinstall the entire router set-up.

Jan 12, 2008 | Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router

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Problem connecting to the net

You router may be set to be DHCP enabled so that it allocates the ip addresses automatically to each pc, so check that the pc's network card with connection problems is set in the properties on the TCP/IP line is set to obtain an ip address automatically. You can also try, Start>run then type ipconfig /flushdns to clear the pc ip address and dns. and restart pc. Lastly if you pc is both network cabled and wireless, ensure one or the other is dissabled as this can confuse the ip adress alocation.

Apr 29, 2007 | Linksys Wireless-G WRT54GR Router

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