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Computer wont reconogize router

Cables ok. Tcp/ip obtain automaticly. Third router install and fails on setup. Do you beleive in WINSOXFIX.EXE?

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  • serra baby
    serra baby May 11, 2010

    hello!



    -- are you trying to configure the router as the 3rd router on your network?

    -- what are the brands and model number of the 2 routers?

    -- what is your network setup?

    -- what are the ip address of your devices and pc?

  • Mark Kessler May 11, 2010

    Give me some more information about the problem.



    What is the error message you received when setup failed?



    How are you connecting to the router, Wired or Wireless?



    Your computer operating system does not control the router, it has its own OS. I don't believe winsox can help.

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Its the third one we have tried. NOT three on one system. Network to ISP works ok when computer is connect to the DSL Modem. But when the wireless router in in the circuit, it doesn't. Shouldn't I be able to ping 192.158.2.1 ans see the router?

Posted on May 13, 2008

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If you are using more than one router on the same network make sure that they aren't all using the same IP range (example: more than one using the IP 192.168.1.1 and using the 192.168.1.x range.) If you are piggybacking routers then they will need to use different ranges.

Posted on May 13, 2008

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