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Just plugged in a brand new D-Link DI-707P router. I can't connect to it. I cannot reach it via 192.168.0.1, nor can I ping 192.168.0.1. This was to replace another 707P that was behaving similarly, so I suspect something's up other than problems with the routers. Any ideas what? It's connected to a Cavalier DSL modem, and all 7 ports are in use. Another oddity - in the past, I've not been able to access the router, but everything worked. Now, we're totally down, and I was trying to program the brand new router with our static IP address and DNS and whatnot, but just can't get to it. Even when nothing else is attached to the router but the modem and the computer I want to plug in. Any ideas? Thanks!

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