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Dodevu

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My modem is BT Voyager 105 ADSL and I have been trying this for ages and nothing seems to work, I try to access the Router Configuration I tried to do cmd > ipconfig and I tried all them numbers that came up i.e 234.253.762.223 then tried it with http://234.253.762.223 and more like that, I also have tried ipconfig/all copied all numbers with http:// still no success please can you help?

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:tazz: Um, what exactly did you want help with?
-Are you trying to access your router's setup page? If you are, open Internet Explorer, and in the address bar, type: 192.168.1.1 - now, click on the 'Advanced' tab. You will then need to enter your Username and password; if you have not changed this, then the default username and password is: admin (for both).
If you need help on forwarding ports, let me know.
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I typed in 192.168.1.1 and http://192.168.1.1 and Page cannot be displayed, If I am suppose to press Advanced Tab before pressing Enter please say, Plus yes Iam trying to Port Forward. Please HELP!!
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I have a belkin router and the configuration page is 192.168.2.1 try that. Also bring up a command prompt and type ipconfig /all and come back here and let us know what your ip address is for example it may be something like 192.168.2.55 or something.

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172.110.1.200
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Ok, try typing 172.110.1.1 in the browser and see if that brings up your administrative console for the router.

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