It sounds like you are trying to access the web interface of your router so you can configure it. First of all, I'll go over the ports of the router with you.
The last port of each row (on the right side) of the device is for the WAN (Wide Area Network) that's designated for where you connect to your ISP (Internet Service Provider). Most likely, you will connect your modem to one of those ports. Any ports to the left of those are your LAN ports (Local) where you can connect your PC.
Once you connect to one of those ports, your PC should get an IP address. If you are unable to get to the web interface of the router, you will want to confirm your IP address and default gateway (which is the IP address of the router).
This can be done in Windows by:
Select Start > Run. Type command or CMD into the dialog box, then click OK.
In the resulting command line window, type ipconfig.
You will see something similar to this resulting output:
This will give you 3 key pieces of information you will want to verify. First, you want to see that your network adapter is set to DHCP. It should say yes next to it. Second, your IP address needs start with 192.168.1.x
In this example, it is 192.168.1.10, which is fine.
Lastly, your default gateway should be preset to 192.168.1.1. If it is not, write that number down and try to access that IP address in your browser.
Note: If your browser is just coming up blank, you may want to try a different browser.
Hopefully you'll be able to get into your router at this point. If not, please provide the output of your IP config statement so we can further troubleshoot your issue.
Hello, you should be able to access the system settings page by using any of the unoccupied lan ports. make sure that your Ethernet cord is firmly seated into the port and that the green light is flashing to confirm connectivity.
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