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I have this wireless router and the problem is that I was using it just as an access point, not a router and for some reason the IP address has been changed? I don't quiet know why. So I am unsure of what the IP address of the router is. I tried pressing the reset button on the back with a pen but nothing seems to have happened as I put in the default IP address, which I believe to be 192.168.2.1 and didn't work. Any ideas?
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if i am not mistaken it's 192.168.1.1
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if i am not mistaken it's 192.168.1.1
On belkins they set it to 2.1, I have one. I do not know of the problem though...
    
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if i am not mistaken it's 192.168.1.1
That's Linksys. Not to familiar with Belkins
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The wireless light is showing, yet I cannot access it wirelessly. Although I can via the cable. I can't reset it either. weird.
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yeah bro, one correction is okay, anyway, are you sure that byou are reseting it right, sometime special steps need to be taken, try the website if you don't have the manual

EDIT: if you use the wire, go to command prompt type in "ipconfig /all" and check your IP.
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I do the ipconfig /all but it wont come up the router, its like its only being used as a hub. ive searched through the Ip addresses from 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.2.255.255 - only has come up with my own computers. I know the mac address, does that help at all?
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oh and im pretty sure im resetting it right, held the pencil in the button for about 30 secs. Manual says 10. :S Maybe the reset buttons stuffed?
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what does the screen show when you type in ipconfig?
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hope this works. screen shots.

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