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No access to web based utilty

I'm trying to alter a setting on my CWR-854 via the web based utility 192.168.1.1
Since yesterday I keep getting "unable to connect to web page"(this happens with Firefox and IE7)
As the site froze and then crashed while I was in the middle of changing my network name I am now unable to access my own wi-fi network
Any ideas for fixing this would be appreciated.
Thanks

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Seems like you need to verify that the web management interface is at the address your specified or that your PC is indeed wirelessly connected to the CWR-854.

The following suggestions assume you use Windows XP as your OS:

  1. You need to connect to the CWR-854 via a network cable (one end connected to your PC the other to a LAN port on the CWR-854) initially.
  2. You can try to access the web management interface at the IP address you expect, i.e. 192.168.1.1 or you can verify the IP address by finding the Default Gateway your PC is issued by the CWR-854 from:
  • Right clicking on the tray icon of the network connection, choose "Status" then click on the "Support" tab to see the Default Gateway.
  • OR click on "Start" then "Run...", type "cmd" then type "ipconfig" and read the Default Gateway value under the section for the "Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection".
Use the Default Gateway value as the new address to use for the web based utility if it differs from what you expected.

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