Question about NetGear DG834G Router
I have installed a new DG834 router for my LAN that also have 2 Linksys WAP54G access points. One of them acts as an Access Point while the other acts as a repeater. Access to both of them is secured using MAC address and shared key with DES.
Now on my DG834 I see two IP addresses that I do not recognize. I see this in the Security Services page, in the Client Virus Protection Status section. The one I see often is 192.168.0.249. I have
also seen 192.168.0.107. However I do not see them in Attached Devices page.
I thought there may have been intruders in my LAN through the access points. I took the access points out of my network. I still saw these IPs. A reset to factory settings also did not seem to matter! My firmware is
Have other people seen such issues?
Try to go to command promt and try to type this.
after you see the ip address type this on again.
then type exit
try to restart your computer
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