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The Wireless-G Has A Website Which Allows You To Change The Name Of The Router And Creating A Password.. So If We Have A Wireless-N Router , What Website Will It Be?? It Is According To Our Ip Address???

The Wireless-G Website Site Is : http://192.168.1.1/

So What About The Wireless-N??? And If We Log On to The Page , They Would Ask For The Pass And User.. Could You Just State There The Username And The Password So That I Would Be Able To Acess....

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    This is what you must do: Connect the router to your desktop/laptop computer via ethernet cable. Once your computer is connected to the router, you can access it. The default address to access it is: 192.168.1.1 (you put this in your browser and hit enter) The default username and password … Read More

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This is what you must do:

Connect the router to your desktop/laptop computer via ethernet cable.

Once your computer is connected to the router, you can access it.

The default address to access it is: 192.168.1.1 (you put this in your browser and hit enter)

The default username and password for the router to access above address is:

Username: <leave this blank, do not type anything there>
Password: admin

Once you accessed the router interface, first of all, please change the default username and password, to something only tou know.

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Just look for the button "mark as solved" or "solved" at the bottom of the thread, and click on it.

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But Kraai , Must I Plug In The Enthernet Cable To My Wireless-N Router So That I Could Go To The Webpage To Change The Settings?

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Yes, my answer was based on the Linksys Cisco E1000 Router, it has 4 ethernet ports to connect a cable from your computer, and your computer, must have a network card installed to connect from.

Just to make something clear for you to understand. You do not realy visit a "website" when you access the router as described, you actually accessing the inside of your router, and that is presented to you in your browser as a "website" with the only difference, that only you can access it when your computer is connected to the router, and nobody else.

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Kraai Do You Know How To Combine Multiple Networks Into One??? I Saw This Thread And I Want To Help Him...

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If you mean, you want to combine two or more routers to use the same internet access point, the answer is yes, I know how to do that, but you must start a new thread with this question.

If you mean, that you want to combine two or more Internet connections (ISP's) to increse the bandwidth for a single computer, the answer is no, I do not know how to do that, and I don't think it can be done... not yet!

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I leave the username blank and put "admin" in the password field but it keeps going back to the username filed. How do I overcome this to access my router interface.

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