I am using a Dslpipe model # dsl-hs-2.3mbs from lucent, I am trying to find the router IP so i can port forward to host internet games but so for i have been unable to obtain it any help is apprieciated
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Re: Cant find my Router ip to do Port forwarding
Click on start and click on run on run open box type in cmd and hit enter black window will open, type in ipconfig then click on enter then look for the default gateway address, that;s the ip of your router
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have same unit colin and was a nightmare to sort but finally did it.
you need to set up port forwarding on your router and set up dydns account and switch on the service on your dvr. enter details on dydns page on dvr.
if you cannot log in via web address provided by dydns try entering your ip add with port your forwarding like this 18.104.22.168:9950
If I understand correctly you want to use the router as a gateway for an sat. receiver.
This Netgear router can be connected to devices that has TCP/IP connections (RJ45) ports or wireless IEEE 803.11 b/g, and that can get the IP address statically or from DHCP (router). Toshiba can do that and therefore it is working fine. If sat.receiver is not device that can behave as a PC (processor etc.) it can not get IP address and router can not "see" that device, therefore router can not let "something invisible" to connect to the internet.
restore the linksys to default setting by using a little switch on the back of router between ethernet port and anteena.
press that button using any thin screw driver and power on that after keep pressing for 1-2 mins only. it will restore your router to default setting. now its default ip will be 192.168.1.1
and default username & password will be admin.you can now open it in web browser and configure it.
Identifying Your Router's IP Address You should have now received an IP address from your router. To view your IP address information do these two steps:
Start > Run then type CMD then press Enter.
Then in the command prompt type ipconfig /all
If you see your network interface with a list of IP addresses(should not be all 0.0.0.0's or 169.* addresses). If you got an IPstarting with 192.168.* or 10.* you are doing great! If not, verifyconnections or reboot computer. Observe the Gateway IP Address. This is the router's IP address. It may be one of the following, test in your Web browser: http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.0.50 or http://10.0.0.1
Once you see a login prompt, you need to log in with the default routerlogin. Usually they are a combination of "admin" and no password or"admin" for the password and no username " or "admin" for username and"password" for the password. Alernatively, you can search Google withyour model number and it should yield you some useful information onyour router including the default login/password.
Then when you are inside it, you should go to the LAN section andenable DHCP (if it already isn't). For security you may limit theamount of addresses to the number of computers (you don't have 254computers, so why allow 254 computers addresses?). For example, I allow3 IP addresses on my network to be issued, since I have a NAS, Laptopand a Desktop.
Connect the LAN port on the Barricade to the WAN port on your wireless router. The Barricade should be "plug-and-play",
i.e., no need to configure it. Similarly, the WAN port on the wireless-router is plug-and-play, so it should automatically get an IP-address from the Barricade.
Use an Ethernet cable to connect the network-port on your computer to one of the LAN ports on the router.
Then, start Internet Explorer, and connect to the web-server "inside" the router. Run the "Wired Network Setup Wizard", and then the "Wireless Network Setup Wizard". When you're done, then your "wireless" device(s) (iPod Touch, laptop, XBox360) should be able to make a wireless connection.