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Title: Connected my router to another router wirelessly.
Post by: N8tiv on December 14, 2014, 03:09:35 PM
Hello all,

I can no longer log into my router. When I type 192.168.0.1, my browser just keeps thinking and thinking and thinking and thinking.

Right before this happened, I was logged into my router and I changed the Wireless SSID to a modem/router that has Internet connection.
I also entered its password and other basic network features like WPK-personal, etc.

Now I connect to the Internet through my router, while connected to the modem/router.
Which is all fine and dandy, butů

I would like to log back into my router and change the SSID and other settings back to the way they were.

At the command prompt I entered:
IPconfig

The default gateway now shows:
192.168.1.1

This is the default gateway for the modem/router that's connected to the Internet, I do not know the username or password for this.

I suppose I could just turn off my router, then proceed to connect to the modem/router that's connected to the Internet regularly.

There's just one problem with that, I have a Brother MFC wirelessly connected to my router.
At some point I'm going to need to turn my router back on so I can connect to it and print.

I don't want to share my printer with other people.

How do I go about finding the internal IP address for my router? So I can log back into it and change it back to the way things were.

Any help or feedback would be greatly appreciated,

Rob
Title: Re: Connected my router to another router wirelessly.
Post by: FurryNutz on December 14, 2014, 03:12:10 PM
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Title: Re: Connected my router to another router wirelessly.
Post by: FurryNutz on May 04, 2015, 07:16:33 AM
Any status on this?  ???

Hello all,

I can no longer log into my router. When I type 192.168.0.1, my browser just keeps thinking and thinking and thinking and thinking.

Right before this happened, I was logged into my router and I changed the Wireless SSID to a modem/router that has Internet connection.
I also entered its password and other basic network features like WPK-personal, etc.

Now I connect to the Internet through my router, while connected to the modem/router.
Which is all fine and dandy, butů

I would like to log back into my router and change the SSID and other settings back to the way they were.

At the command prompt I entered:
IPconfig

The default gateway now shows:
192.168.1.1

This is the default gateway for the modem/router that's connected to the Internet, I do not know the username or password for this.

I suppose I could just turn off my router, then proceed to connect to the modem/router that's connected to the Internet regularly.

There's just one problem with that, I have a Brother MFC wirelessly connected to my router.
At some point I'm going to need to turn my router back on so I can connect to it and print.

I don't want to share my printer with other people.

How do I go about finding the internal IP address for my router? So I can log back into it and change it back to the way things were.

Any help or feedback would be greatly appreciated,

Rob