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I cant change my D-Link Wireless Router Password!


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KeddyBear

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Ok, normally when you want to create or change your wireless routers password, you just open up a browser and type in the IP Address to do it right? This is my problem and I need your help.

Im using a D-Link DWL-900AP+ Wireless Router and a
ADSL Modem.

My default gateway is 192.168.1.1 and I believe that is my Wireless Router. But when I enter 192.168.1.1 and typed admin to get in, im in my ADSL Routers gateway(Picture Attached). Not my D-Link! I cant give a picture as Im terribly lagging ..


The reason Im trying to change my password is because I found an unkown IP in my ADSL Routers Gateway. Eversince I saw that IP im lagging like [bleep]. I guess its my neighbour leeching my connection. I need your help guys!

Note : I was using my Wireless PCI card to try it. I also did try directly connecting my Wireless router but when i type in 192.168.1.1 nothing happends. Its always trying to Acquiring IP thingy ..





Don't post your external IP as people can use it for malicious goals

Edited by Rorschach112, 13 July 2008 - 02:54 PM.
Removed picture for safety

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jrom727

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have you tried resetting the router?
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try connecting through a CAT5 to your router, then set your IP to static, and give yourself a random XXX.XXX.1.XXX IP(since it seems you're using 1 as the third octet). after that try typing 192.168.1.1. if it still doesn't work, disconnect your modem, set yourself to DHCP to get the IP of the router as a gateway, and try accessing it.

If all else fails, just reset it.
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