Linksys Router Configuration

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by Greco, Jan 18, 2006.

  1. Greco

    Greco Network Guru Member

    Hmm....Im a bit miffed ATM ive tried too figure out how too access my router config. for over an hour and havent succeded.

    Anyone know how this goes or am I just missing something?? :(
  2. NateHoy

    NateHoy Network Guru Member

    With the regular Linksys routers, it should be on your web browser of any computer plugged into any one of the four LAN ports on the router.

    If this isn't working:

    1. Have you ever been able to get to configuration on the router? If so, have you changed anything, like turning off DHCP?

    2. What exact model and version is it? (model number and first four digits of the serial number). Have you loaded any specific firmware to it? If so, what?

    3. What have you tried so far?

    4. Do you know your network card on the computer you are using to access it works? Do you know the patch cable is good? Do any lights light up on the router when you plug in the network cable?

    5. Unplug the router from AC power. Remove all network cables from it. Plug it back in to power and watch it. When you plug in the router, what happens, exactly? Does the power light blink for a while then settle down steady? Do any lights keep blinking forever?
  3. Greco

    Greco Network Guru Member

    The link you posted is a connection link too some website not sure ask me for a user name and pass.

    My router works fine I have 3 computers connected it threw cable modem....Im just trying too figure out how too acess my router config. so I can retrieve my IP # for my router as too have others from the internet connect too it.

    5V.208 Is router serial #
  4. Astronut

    Astronut Network Guru Member

    Of course it's a webpage, just not a page on the internet.
    This is the *default* home page of your router configuration. Leave the username blank and type admin for password.

    Once you're in you can change the default IP address ( of your router or leave it as it is. If I were you I would leave it as it is until you gain more knowledge. The first thing you should do is change the admin password.
  5. Greco

    Greco Network Guru Member

    oK I got it now thank you for the information on and too the webpage just needed the routers IP number in order too setup a map server others could connect too.
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