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Epsilon

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hi guys I am having trouble with my router i am currently using a Siemens Gigaset SE 567 model its wired to two desktops and a laptop is hooked up to it wireless, my problem is the page you access from putting in the ip for your router on a webpage for me comes up and looks like the image below it says MTS and is blue around the sides. It used to look alot different i found a picture from google of how it used to look says telus on the top left and the model name also, if anybody can be of help with solving this would be greatly appreciated also I don't have a modem hooked into it, it is my modem & router built into one I don't got a modem either my old MTS one was fryed and they took it away and gave me this thing only thanks for help.

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Delete the cache and cookies in your browser.

Start|run|type cmd|OK

At the command line type the following followed by the enter key:

ipconfig /flushdns

ipconfig /registerdns

You should now see the correct configuration page.
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I deleted my cache and cookies, and followed the command steps and it still shows up the same as the mts one there is one other thing though the default ip to access used to be 192.168.1.254 long ago and now i've been using 192.168.100.254
when i try the first variation it just brings up search results provided by Yahoo, when doing ipconfig /registerdns it said successful and said any errors would report in the event viewer.
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Reinstall your network card driver then try it again.
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press start, then run, then type "ipconfig /all" (without the quotes)

post back with the results
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I have no idea how to reinstall my network card driver, but here is the results from the ipconfig /all within cmd prompt window.

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192.168.100.254 is the right device for you to attempt to connect to...as a question, MTS didn't buy your connection did they (telus and MTS seem to not like each other very much by my googeling)? disconnect the modem/router from the wall (leave it connected to your computer) and try 192.168.100.254 again
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Yeah I heard also a few days back from a source they arn't allowed to even sell telus router / modems in my province so I have no idea why they sold me one, and yes a tech guy came and hooked this up for me he was from myITsource.ca worked with MTS i believe. Unhooked from the wall tryed 192.168.100.254 took me to the MTS like looking blue page in my first post.
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well then it looks like you've got MTS as your ISP...they may have sold you a "telus" modem, and then flashed it over the wire to the MTS system.
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