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The router assigns an IP address, etc. to my PC and I can ping 192.168.0.1 and get a response. However, I am unable to access the router for configuration using either IE or Firefox. The network troubleshooter says it refuses the connection. I have reset the router with the reset on the back.

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Sounds like you have the right address 192.168.0.1. When resetting hold the button in for 30 seconds. Also it may be your firewall preventing you from getting into the modem. Try turning off the firewall in Windows and try again. Since it returns with the device attached the computer is still seeing it, but if it had bridged before, it may still be in bridge mode and passing the signal. Don't forget when you get it to reset you will have to configure it again and put in the default password.

Here is the direct link to your manual.

http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:yxBNlH1fJ98J:www.linkskey.com/drivers/linkskey/LKR-604_User_Manual_R.B.pdf+LKR-604&hl=en&gl=us&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESh8R9cffaF7_Tf31ULy2PKwdsKc50L9mJl9emHCKG-weQ8VapryxTeOSCKpR5qQXftuC5lfg-EbBD_M2mi9rvdveIbwj0hhSvVTAIgnk-oKT0YnWIuEMa9jAxjRLEaghZrbWGWJ&sig=AHIEtbRSZgy9UUaMVzYR6dqrKhcynONbnQ

I hope this was useful and please comment if this was helpful to you.

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If you're connected with wifi you may first need to connect it through the LAN (wired). You also must have your pc tcp/ip (NETWORK CONNECTIONS) configured so that the gateway number is the number of the router in order to get out on it. Then you should be able to go via the webpage interface onto the router. Check the gateway number first. If you set up a wireless with a wep or wap key you will need to have that before you can get on the router too.

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