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Unable to access the 192.168.1.1 can be caused by browser settings and or invalid IP address from the router.
Please clear your browser settings.
Open your browser:
Disable all your anti-virus and firewall software (e.g. Norton anti-virus, Norton Internet Security, Zone-Alarm, etc.). If you do not know how to disable your anti-virus or firewall, refer to the documentation of the software or call the software’s support number.
How to disable ICF & ICS for Windows XP:
1. Go to Start.
2. Click on Control Panel.
3. Click on Network Connections.
4. Right Click Local Area Network Connection that you are using.
5. Click on Properties.
6. Click the Advance Tab.
7. Uncheck ICF (Internet Connection Firewall) & if ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) showing make sure it is unchecked.
8. Hit ok. This is to make sure that it will not interfere with the setup.
Check if you are getting a valid IP from the router – 192.168.1.xxx:
If you are getting 169.254.xx, try resetting the router for 30 seconds and by doing so it will erase all current settings
How to reset:
1. Locate the reset button of the router at the back panel.
2. Hold the reset button for 30 seconds using a pen or a paper clip.
3. Release the reset button.
Check the IP. If you are getting 192.168.1.x, try accessing the router setup page. But if you are still getting 169.254.x.x, try assigning static IP. For more information, go to http://kb.linksys.com and type "static IP address behind a Linksys router in Windows".
Check if the WLAN Link is lit on the router, if not try hard resetting it. Hold the reset button for 30 seconds, unplug the power cable from the back while still holding the reset button, wait for another 10 seconds, plug it back in, then release the button.
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