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Router3041 cannot browse http://192.168.1.1

I cannot browse the web if i set the TCP/IP to obtain IP address automatically or use the default IP of the router.

When i used the IP/subnet mask and the default gateway provided by my ISP and connect the ADSL modem cable to the WAN port of the router still i cannot browse the web, however if i connect the ADSL cable modem to the LAN port of the router i can browse the web...

please help.... thank you...

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  • ronaldoestor Mar 03, 2009

    I can not browse 192.168.1.1 but have a connection to the internet

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Reset the router by master pin..reset also pc master.

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  • ronaldoestor Mar 13, 2009

    hello my modem is have internet connection but can`t browse the routers configuration maybe the domain name problem?

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