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C&w Wireless Router


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#1 tron3006

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Posted 27 May 2006 - 03:48 AM

I have a C&W wireless router but I don't have the installation disks to go with it.

I have looked up and down the net for software with no luck.

Can anybody help me??

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Posted 27 May 2006 - 08:32 AM

Could you give more information about the router? Full maker's name, model number, wired or wireless?
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Posted 27 May 2006 - 08:36 AM

well, you have to log into the router first to make any changes. even before that, you should reset it (usually a small button on the bottom or back) to reset it to default values.

to log into it, you need to know the ip so.....start>run>type in "cmd" hit enter>type in "ipconfig" hit enter>you should see the gateway's ip address. this is the ip of your router.

now open up internet explorer, type in the ip address of your router, ex:192.168.x.x
this should get you into your router's copmfiguration, it may ask you for a password, most times the default password is "admin". using the information your isp gave you, go through the setup wizard to set up your internet access.

this is a atart, please post back if you need more guidance, someone will be able to help you!
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