Question about Cisco SG 200-50P 50-port Gigabit PoE - SLM2048PT-NA
To find the IP address of your router follow this: To get to the router, simply open up an internet browser and type the number into the address bar. You should be prompted for a password.
1. Open up the Command Line. This can be opened by going to start > run... (This is the search bar if in Vista or Windows 7) and typing "cmd" then press OK.
2. In the black command line box, type "ipconfig" into it and press enter. This should post a return of a fair amount of information in the box.
3. Among the outputted response, there should be a line labled "Default Gateway" Now look directly to the right of this and there should be a number similar to this format: 192.168.1.1 (it may not be the same)
(source: How to Find your Routers IP address ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5322432_routers-ip-address.html#ixzz1NE5G68jg)
To get to the router, simply open up an internet browser and type the number into the address bar. You should be prompted for a password.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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