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Whats the ip adress or gateway and default passowrd to the zoom 5241 cable modem

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  1. Go to Start - Programs - Accessories - Command Prompt
  2. Click Start - Run (or Windows Key+R), type "cmd", then press enter. Note: you don't need to include the speech marks.
  3. Similar to the above, on Windows Vista or 7, open the start menu, type cmd, then press enter.
On the black screen type
IPCONFIG and then hit enter

there you can find the ip address

For password you need to contact router vendor or ISP

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I tried to figure out some explanation, and I think it's possible that both WAN side of the router and LAN side of it have same types od ip adresses, maybe the default 192.168.1.***. That means that the WAN port of the Router, the ethernet port of the modem, the wireless and LAN ports of the router have same tuype of adresses, maybe all asigned by DHCP.
To be sure, I suggest you to:
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3. in a dos prompt (START - RUN -CMD) type IPCONFIG, it will return among other infos the adress of the default gateway.
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5. if it works, log on to the router and change the LAN settings so that the adresses used in the LAN will be different from the WAN, let's say 10.10.10.1 and so on

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http://www.speedguide.net/broadband-view.php?hw=142

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Try connecting a computer using a hard line (a network cable) to your router and type in this address, it will most likely come up. If it does change it's static address to 192.168.1.12 (actually any number behind the last period above 1 and under 255.). Also set its gateway to 192.168.1.1 to access your modem. (Also in the router settings which are found by typing the address mentioned above, 192.168.1.1) Be sure to note this new address if you want to access your router without resetting it and using a hard line again. The Wii should automatically pick up signal from the wireless router. If for some reason you want to switch between the Wii and a Router by way of hardline, you must contact the maker of your cable modem (or cable company) and find out what the IP address is in order to access it's settings (the same way; by typing it's IP address into a browsers address bar.) By setting the modem to have a different IP there would be no conflict with the other products which (rightly) have the IP address of 192.168.1.1 as a default.
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default is http://192.168.1.1, but you can check by ip gateway (modem adress), on your computer.

check your local network connection:
if your modem is directly connect your computer, by usb or LAN the gateway adress is the same, you can test if go to the webrowser and type the same adress as before.

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