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Asus rx 3041

Hello, fellas! i have just bought an asus rx 3041 router. i have a laptop and a desktop connected to it. the laptop works fine, but the desktop can't even access the router's page. that 192.168.xxx.xxx type of page. what do you think is the cause of that? thank you!

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    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM

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Bypass the router , connect direct to modem with that computer ,
does it access internet with same cable.

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