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Networks Setting up wireless network

Discussion in 'Tech Support' started by malikdrako, 6 Dec 2009.

  1. malikdrako

    malikdrako New Member

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    I am trying to set up a wireless network in my apartment. It is on a school network, so it needs to act like a hub so each user can use their own login and their own ip provided by the school server. I think I got it working, but now I am unable to connect to the admin panel. How can I set it up to act like this but keep access to the admin panel? its a Rosewill RNX-EasyN4 router
     
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  2. damienVC

    damienVC New Member

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    When you say you can't access the admin panel, how are you trying to access it? It's usually 198.168.1.1 or 2.1. It's worth cycling up through the number as well - try 198.168.1.1, 188.168.1.2 etc etc. You've tried re-setting the router as well have you? If you don't get any joy with these two easy fixes you may need to re-set the router to factory default and starting from scratch again. I'm no expert on networks, but these have worked for me in the past
     
  3. malikdrako

    malikdrako New Member

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    When setting it up, I used 192.168.0.1, but that doesn't work unless I reset the router, and then I have to completely redo the settings
     
  4. dark_avenger

    dark_avenger Well-Known Member

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    not sure about that brand but i know the netgear routers will move from
    192.168.0.1 to 10.0.0.1 if they detect another device using the IP range.
     

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