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    Accessing Router

    To access my Netgear Router's control panel I use: 192.168.0.1
    Is there a list/website of access address's to other wireless routers.
    Or is that the way to access any routers CP.

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    most routers control panels would run on a web server on the routers own IP address.
    It would also depends on what had been set ( if not on the defaults )

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    On a home network it will always be the gateway address.

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    trying to help a neighbour - dont know what router he has got.
    what would the gateway address be?

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    How about you go round to the neighbour's house and find out what the router is, or ask them to tell you...

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    Usually the address is 192.168.0.1, or try 2.1 at the end.

    Otherwise do a trace
    eg to google using something like samspade and the first ip it goes through is the gateway ip address.

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    It should say what router it is on the router...

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    cheers.
    its a belkin
    is there a way to remotely reset/change the admin password?

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    You can try doing a master reset which should restore the setting back to factory default.
    I found this link here for the Belkin Router factory reset:
    http://www.belkin.com/uk/support/tec...stamp=5E5F5E5F

    Then I guess you can download the manual and find the default password. However before doing a factory reset. The defaults for Belkin routers are
    IP Address: 192.168.2.1
    User Name: admin
    Password: admin

    N.B. When doing a factory reset your network may stop working, so be careful when doing this. I would advise downloading the manual from Belkin to make sure you can get the network back to what it was in worst case scenario.

    Good luck

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