Call 661-588-4401 and he will take your money and Ipod and you will never see either again!
There address is 12316 Stonington Street Bakersfield, CA 93312 and they will tell you to send a money order for $89.00 and to make it out to Gloria Anderson or John Medeiros or Richard McNeill. BEWARE!!!!
Look at the Kern County court site and look up Gloria Anderson. Looks like she tries to scam the court system with frivolous law suits regularly. Guess once you are a criminal you are always a criminal.
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Connect to the router via a cable.
Open CMD (command) prompt and type:
you will see a default gateway listed - write the ip address down.
Open internet explorer and enter the gateway address into the address bar.
Should open a web page to configure the router.
You may have to provide a password.
If you're only interested in wireless password change, select different pages until you get to the wireless stuff.
Most router wont act as a DHCP client (Get an IP address) on their own.
You need to go into the Belkin setup and set it to an IP address in the range of your other router.
If your PC is getting (connected to the same network) an IP address of 192.168.0.3 IP and a Default Gateway address of 192.168.0.1 you can set the Belkin with any adderss between 192.168.0.10 & 192.168.0.254. Changing the last octet (set of numbers after the 3rd period) to the desired address.
I would recommend checking to see what your computer is using as a default gateway. Press the Windows key and the R button at the same time to open the run window and then typy in "cmd". In the command prompt you will want to type in "ipconfig" to get the configuration of your network adapter. Your default gateway should be the router. If you still can't access the router using the default gateway IP address then you will need to reset the router using the reset button on the back of the unit near the power cable.
This may happen due to double NAT issue....
the DSL modem might give an IP address in the range of belkin route....that is 192.168.2.X
check for the ip address when the computer is directly connected to the DSL modem...
now check for the IP adress when the Belkin alone is connected to the computer....
if they both give an IP adress like this 192.168.2.X......(X can be any value)
then you will face the above issue.....
in that case you can login to router and change the IP address of belkin router from 192.168.2.X to 192.168.15.X
this will resolve the issue
connect your computer to netgear modem alone and check for the ip address in the computer (make sure that you have selected "assign ip automatically" in computer)... to open command prompt type "cmd" and hit enter in run box... then you can check ip address by typing "ipconfig" in command prompt... make a note of IP adress or ipV4 address found under the heading "ethernet adapter local area connection" it might be 192.168.X.X now connect only the belkinrouter and check for the ip address using the same steps above... it might be 192.168.2.X make a note of that... now compare both the ip addresses if they both have the same value in first three places...that is 192.168.2.... or something like 192.168.1.... or 192.168.0.... then you are facing with double NAT issue...
all that you need to do for that is to change the ip address of belkin router... if it is 192.168.2.1 change into something like 192.168.15.1...the issue will get resolved....if not you can reset the belkin router by pressing and holding the reset button for 30 seconds using a toothpick when the power is turned on...
If I were setting this up for myself or a customer, I'd keep the Airtel IP's and let it be the DHCP server. To do this, you pick a fixed IP address for the Belkin, something like 192.168.1.251. Log into the Belkin and change the LAN IP address to that and turn off DHCP. Those instructions start on pdf page 34.
Now, plug one of the 4 ports into the Airtel, and from a computer connected to the network type in 192.168.1.251 in Internet Explorer. It should get you to the Belkin where you finish setting it up for wireless security and password from page 38.
Make sure your physical connection is correct. From the modem, the ethernet cable should plugged in to the Internet/WAN port of the router. And your computer to port 1. Access the setup page of the router again and Enable the MAC Address Clone setting. Clone the MAC Address of your PC there then power cycle the router and modem. You should be all set.