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Gaz173

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:tazz:

I need help with my router, basically it's all been set up earlier today and it was working perfectly - untill I did something in the router's log-in page (http://10.0.0.2) and now I can't connect to the internet OR log into the router anymore, and I get the dreaded "limited or no connectivity" warning.

This must have been something I did, as it was working fine, untill I may have changed something when I was logged into the router - but I can't remember what, and I wouldn't have changed it if I didn't know what it was I was changing.

I've had to connect up my old external broadband modem to search for help, but currently having no luck, can anybody here help me out? ;)
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What brand / model router? Wired or wireless?
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Wired Dynamode R-ADSL-C4S

http://www.dynamode..../R-ADSL-C4S.htm

Also, when I enter IPCONFIG in CMD it comes up with an IP address but nothing for the gateway.
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IP address start out 169.x.x.x ?
Or is it giving you an actual IP address?
If an actual IP address, when you type the router's IP, does it give you an error page or login?

I'll look at the user man. for the Router after work, then I may have an answer for you.
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Nah it's ok, we had a technician round and it was actually the router that was faulty - after being literally hours since it was bought.

Got a new 2nd hand wireless one, £25, bargain! :tazz:
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