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    Can't enter panel control of the Router

    Hi... I'm such an ass for this stuff.
    I just bought a D-link router and some dude from the store came to set it up so I dont know anything about it.

    I tried to change the name of the server or connection or whatever the hell it's called and also put in a password but for some reason I cant get into the panel control anymore... but I can get online

    The page says "401 Unauthorized"

    Please someone help me!
    Last edited by camila101; January 21st, 2006 at 02:38 AM.

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    try open internet explorer then type on address bar 192.168.0.1
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    Already did... sorry, I should have put that little detail in my first post... but the answer I get is "401 Unauthorized"
    Last edited by camila101; January 21st, 2006 at 02:31 AM.

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    Does the control panel display at all?

    Some routers use the IP 192.168.1.1.

    Might be worth a try otherwise a phone call to the guy that installed it might be the way to go.

    cheers

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    go into the windows control panel & open the network connection applet, then single left click on the Lan, u might have 2 Lans in there, but what I would like u to do is single left click on 1 of these then look to the left & under Details u should see the IP address that the router uses i.e 198.168.2.2, if u cant see this type of addy then goto the other Lan & repeat the steps, if all else fails u can reset the router to the factory settings..

    neill..

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    he is saying that he dosen't know the password
    that is why he is getting the 404 error
    password for the dlink is usually this
    ID: admin
    PW: [blank] ( nothing, no password)
    if you can't still figure out the password you can always reset the router by taking out the power plug and press the reset button for 10 sec.

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    if this is the case, then he will be better off resetting the router,

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    Are you using Internet Explorer or Netscape or something else?
    I have a router that required a different address when using Netscape to access the router setup.
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    I use Internet Explorer.. I probably will have to reset it

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