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Re: hg1000 home portal
Do you mean the modem's ip address? http://gateway.2wire.net http://homeportal http://homeportal/setup http://192.168.1.254 (software version 3.7.x and higher) http://172.16.0.1 (software version 3.5.x or earlier)
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To release and renew IP address, go to Start > Run. Type in CMD and
press Enter. At the prompt, type in ipconfig and press Enter. This
will display the adapter information such as IP address, Subnet mask,
and default gateway.
To view additional information such as Mac address, DNS servers, etc, type in ipconfig /all.
To release IP address, type ipconfig /release.
To renew IP address, type ipconfig /renew.
If you are not able to get an IP address try setting one statically:
Step 1 Right-click on My Network Places and select Properties.
Step 2 Right-click on the Local Area Connection which represents your network card and select Properties.
Step 3 Highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click Properties. Enter your IP information for your network.
If connecting to a router, make sure the default gateway and a DNS server is the IP address of the router (192.168.0.1).
Step 4 Click on Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections > Network connections.
Step 5 See Step 2 for Windows 2000 and continue from there.
If you set up the router in your office it will not work at your home if you have different ISP. Basically, you need to reconfigure the router for it to work with your ISP at home. You may run the installation disc that came with the router to do the configuration.
Do you mean you need the IP address on which you can access the router portal settings?
Try to enter 192.168.1.0, if you cannot still access into the router try to reset the router. You can find a small hole at the back of the router you may use a small pin like paper clip, press the button for 5 seconds.
Does your friend and yours IP settings the same?To clarify you would have 2 types of connection from your ISP.The 1st type of connection is that the authentication happens in the modem through the PPPOE UN/PW and the IP configurations are done in the modem and as such wont require to configure the IP settings when the windows is reinstalled.However the 2nd type of DSL service is that the IP settings are done in the windows and does not require any PPPOE username and password to authenticate.You would have to verify with your ISP which type of service you have and if you require any change order to make it the same way your friend has.
Please let me know any clarification you would require for this issue.
Windows 7 (Beta) and Windows Vista 64 Bit. Step 1. Do not allow the autostartup to run the installation application. You must right click on the CD ROM and select the "OPEN" option. Locate the driver on the install CD. Since my DVD ROM drive is my "D:" drive I located the driver at D:\USB_VISTA32364\BACKUP_2WIRE_VISTA_USB_Installer.exe . Before you click on this you want to right click on this and select Properties. In the properties tab click on the middle tab marked "Compatibility". Make sure you select the checkmark box to: Run this program in compatibility mode for: and use the pull down menu to select Windows XP SP2. This is how I was able to get my 2wire utility to work on Windows 7 (beta) 64 Bit.
Alright, start with the basic Gateway IP. http://192.168.0.1 That is what i use to access my router's (yeah, we run just a few more computers than normal people) Anyways, If that doesnt work, then the router has been changed beyond a normal spectrum of Ip configurations. Next step is to recontact Linksys and Let them know directly that the IP Address for accessing the router is not working. Meaning you have no Access to the router at all. Almost all routers use the same base access router ip setup. Its rare to find different unless you are like a few people, who find they need to run at least 2 or more routers on the same internet connection because of too many computers.
Otherwise, follow this link: http://lifehacker.com/software/feature/special-how-to-access-a-home-server-behind-a-routerfirewall-127276.php
you dont have router protected (is not yours anymore).to gain control again, you can rest config. but you need your router manual nerby, to help you config. a previous internet provider config. and so on. to reset router config, you press a reset button on the back, until the lights is off/red. then config the router on the router website( writen on botton with default user and passw.(user: admin passw: admin or password) the wan config, Wlan,...
(Use a wpa2/wep encrption level on Wlan config.)
Note: change all router passw every 30 days, or less if necessary.
Power off the following items:
Power off the router wait for five minutes.
You may have to reset the router. You shouuld have a reset button on the router some where.
After resetting the router make sure you set your security settings.
Have you tried uninstalling your firewall software and then reinstalling?
I have worked on alot of machines that had problems with AOL and I like cable or dsl better.
1. Left click on start and choose the run option.
2. Type the folllowing text CMD and choose ok or enter key.
3. Now you should have a dos menu.
4. Type the following command line ipconfig/flushdns
5. Close everything out and trying connecting to the internet now.