I received a letter saying they have my returned linksys product. they did not receive my paperwork on the RMA#. i now have it and the letter say to contact email@example.com. but this address don't work. i have been trying to get this problem solved since may of 2008. this has been the hardest company to work with. i thought it was very organized with the case # and all. but i cannot seem to get my defective adapter replaced. please help. i just need to get my RMA# to them asap.
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I'm not sure if your asking for the IP ADDRESS of your Linksys or the DEFAULT GATEWAY of that device because your router's ip address will be provided by your server or Internet Service Provider (ISP) depending on your service. There are two ways of obtaining an ip address first will be DYNAMIC, where your ip address changes all the time and STATIC where you are given specific ip addresses for example 192.168.0.1 -to 192.168.0.25. The easiest way to obtain those ip addresses, by the way, is to contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP)
example: AT&T, Roadrunner, Time Warner, etc....
But, if your looking for the DEFAULT GATEWAY for you to access your router's configuration, most of the time it is found underneath the router itself. For Linksys the Default Gateway is 192.168.1.1
Try updating the firmware on the linksys. It might not support windows 7. Windows 7 is to new for this linksys product, and probably not design for it. There should be a logo saying this product is design for certain windows.
doanload colosoft netscan, when you have it plugged into the network, run netscan on a computer thats on the same network....that'll find it for you, if that doesnt work give me the specs on the phone and ill check the manuels..
Ok make sure the following is done: Use the Linksys CD to do the network set up. Set up the SSID in router settings. Set up the admin password on the router. Set up WEP encryption and an associated password. Make sure in network settings that Vista networks type is set to 'Private'
It's the particular type of security you've got set up. Some formats of security require the key to be between a minimum and maximum number of characters, some require it to be a set number of characters. If you have problems, reset the router using the reset button on the back, and run the setup again.