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Local Network Address Change

I have a WRV210 router. I can see it and configure it either manually or through the setup program. If I change the router address from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.3.1 and reboot both the router and my computer I can access the internet, ipconfig says that 192.168.3.1 is my gateway, but I cannot log on to the router at 192.168.3.1. The MS PD tool says that the connection was rejected by the target. Reset router more than once with the same result.

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Re: Local Network Address Change

Hi...


nothing u have to add that ip renge in your network.


how ????


open local area network -- properites - - TCP /IP -- Select properties again ..


it will open a new window.. where  u can config ur ip address manually & DCHP ...


select use the following ip add . 192.168.3.4  255.255.255.0 ( ur subnet mas k)  192.168.3.1 ( GW ) 192.168.3.1 ( DNS)


then  bottom of the page u can see one advance button click on that one  put any ip addres of that range .. like ..192.168.3 .240


save it n reboot ur router ...


n now try to open in web page....


Thnks,

Rajdeep P .

Thanks & regards, Rajdeep Parmar
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