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Sometimes Firefox will give me a message while trying to connect to a site; cannot connect to 192.168.1.1 or my router.

Based on this message, you are have problems getting to your router.

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Based on this message, you are have problems getting to your router.

Yes I found that quite obvious; no offense. What's causing it how can I fix it?

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Yes I found that quite obvious; no offense.

Except you titled the thread, "problems getting past the router," which is a different problem than getting to the router. No offense.

What troubleshooting have you tried?

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Except you titled the thread, "problems getting past the router," which is a different problem than getting to the router. No offense.

What troubleshooting have you tried?

Okay okay but the point is I can't even console 192.168.1.1. I really have no idea what to try. I power cycled but otherwise I have no idea why this would occur or how to fix it. It's not like I can show running config or show ip route anything. The setting seems good at least I haven't changed anything.

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Yea now it does; I think it's working now. I installed the latest firmware, I only had the firmware the router came with. I also but it higher up and got an extension for my antenna on my nic card. Seems to be working much better. I thought bad reception might be some of the problem because it messed up more often when I was trying to authenticate on a web site

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