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can't get to my router config page


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#1 EJSkater16

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Posted 13 September 2005 - 10:23 PM

I'd like to add some encryption to my home network... I have a D-Link router, and to get to it's tool-page where you can change all the settings I am supposed to go to: 192.168.0.1 Well- I always used to be able to go there and login, but my ZoneAlarm firewall updated and I think somehow it blocks me everytime I try to get to the router page. It alerts me that my computer is being attacked, and that my computer was trying to send a packet to another computer... but all I want to do is put encryption on my network!

I'm pretty much know nothing about networks... but I'm cofortable enough to follow some instructions, if you know what I mean.

Can anyone help me out here? I'd REALLY appreciate it!!!


THANKS in advance for any replies!

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Posted 14 September 2005 - 06:40 AM

Try disconnecting the router from the modem, disabling ZA from running at startup, rebooting and then go into the router to make your changes. After doing that, re-enable ZA and re-connect the router and reboot again.

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