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There is a number of things that can be the issue here. First of all make sure you have the right ip-number. If it is a Linksys router it should be the 192.168.1.1 adress you wrote. If it is a D-Link or Netgear router it's usually 192.168.0.1. Other router ip's might be 192.168.123.254 or 192.168.2.1.
If you have the right adress make sure there is nothing wrong with the cable you are using. But since I'm guessing you can connect to other pages I would suggest doing a factory reset of the router and try again.
You do this by holding down a small button on the router for a certain amount of seconds, usually until the router lights up all of the LED-lights and then goes back to normal. The button is often "hidden" in a small indent.
I hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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