Hello, I have a RangePlus Wireless router (though the computer I'm currently using connects to it with a wire) and I wanted to look at the port forwarding. The problem is, whenever I try to connect to it by using the IP address 192.168.1.1 the page just says "connecting" forever and it never gets there. I'm fairly certain I have the correct ip address as 192.168.0.1. and .2.1 and .1.100 all fail quickly instead of displaying "connecting" .
What's odd is that when we first set up the router, I was able to connect using the ip address and change it from WPA to WEP , but I'm not sure what's preventing me now.
just to make sure, go to: start>>run>>in the run box type cmd then the command prompt will open, type ipconfig /all and find the default gateway, what is the ip address. that is what you should be typing into the address bar.
Try a power cycle by removing the power cord from the router, then remove the power cord from the modem, wait 60 seconds, plug back in the modem, then plug in the router, wait about 3 minutes for everything to sync up, and then try to access the set up page.
If the power cycle has not worked then you can perform a factory reset by holding in the reset button located on back of the router for 30 seconds (Note that any previous settings that you entered will be erased and you will need to enter those settings again.)
Sorry for the late reply, 4th of july weekend and all. I ended up doing the synchronization thing, and it worked, which was quite a surprise to me as I've been trying off and on over the past month or so and we've had several thunderstorms and other instances where the router and modem had to be unplugged, I guess we never plugged them back in in the correct order/manner.