Sunday June 6, 2010
July 16, 2020
Jan 23, 2013 at 09:39 AM
Try this 1
Click on Start --> Type cmd and press Enter. "Command Prompt" will be opened.
Enter the below command.
ipconfig --> Press Enter.
Check your "Default Gateway" IP. Try logging into the router using that IP.
If the user name and password doesn't work then someone might have changed
the user name, password and as well as the default IP. You need to reset
your router. You can find the reset button at the back of your router. You can
use paperclip to push the button. When your router is ON, just hold the reset
button for 30 secs and release it. It will reboot on its own.
(Note : It will clear all the settings you have configured in the router.)
After resetting connect to your router (through wired) and then configure the
settings. You can download the manual from the manufacture website and follow
the instructions to configure your router again.