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Not getting System Information Screen

Hi, I have been usin BPG510 for close to a year..i changed my ISP yesterday and i was trying to set up the packet8 on my own...initially i was able to go to after some time i am not able to get the information scree when i type this default IP address for BGP510...i tried to reset the device too..but still the same thing...plz help..

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BGP510-->PC....make sure computer getting correct default gateway as u said. if so, go to command-prompt and do ping for default gateway & see whether it is pinging successfully.

if it is pinging, then go to browser settings and clear the cache, history, temp files, etc., and Try again.

- If it is not pinging successfully, then it might be DHCP issue on the device ( BGP510 ).

- you may also try to assign Static IP on the computer to access the web-interface.



Hope it will fix your problem !!

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