Question about NetGear WG602 802.11g/b Wireless Access Point

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Hello, I have Netgear WG602 V4 access point. now I am facing a problem loging in the product which it will not allow me to get in . I tryed so many times by typing the IP ( 192.168.0.227) but without use. could you please help me by showing me how to loginto the product. thanking you

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I believe you are using the wrong IP. Try 192.168.0.1 instead. The way you can confirm is go to start>run type in "ipconfig" and press enter. Look for your gateway ipaddress. This is most commonly the IP you need to use to login to the router.

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