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doggd - Latest answer on Jun 13, 2010 07:56PM
Hello,
how do i get into my router settings to open ports for my ps3 i have all the #s but no one will explain how to get into my router settings, they say to put in 192.168.1.1, put it in where???? plz help
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You inter http://192.168.1.1 in the address bar of your browser. That will get you talking to the router.
A.J'san- Jan 15, 2010 01:45AM
hello, when i enter the 192.168.1.1 at the url bar, it request username & password.. wat is it actually?, can u tell me more bout it. tq.
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LC- Jan 15, 2010 07:52AM
The routers I have configured have varied so let me explain in a little more detail. Apparently you know to enter the http://192.168.x.x in the URL address bar. Since 192.168.x.x is one of the private address ranges, I have never found a router address that did not start with 192.168. Now, after that the address can vary. I have found some routers that start with 2 in the third octet. That is, 192.168.2.1. As I mentioned before, my ATT router address is 192.168.1.254. So to find your router, start with 192.168. and for the third and forth octets, try different addresses (ie 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.254 or 2.1 etc). Now, the default address of a router could have been changed, and if you purchased a used router this may be the case. Further, the admin account could have been modified. So, if you do get to the set up page, and you find that you need an admin account or password, try the admin account name of 'admin' with a password of 'admin'. You may need to reset the modem for the defaults to work. There will be a small pin hole to push a pager clip, for example, several seconds to reset the router. After resetting the router, the defaults should work and normally the admin account is 'admin' with a password of 'admin' and normally the address is 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.2.1.
Hope this helps...
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You have to enter the router IP into your internet browser. From here you can change all the settings for your router. This IP may well be 192.168.1.1 for you, but the fact is it is different for everyone. However, it is certain that it starts with 192.168 . For example i have a belkin router and mine is 192.168.2.3
LC- Nov 17, 2009 12:41PM
Just in case...the ATT wireless router address is 192.168.1.254. The prior post is correct in that the first two octets will be 192.168... enter: http://192.168.1.254. Generally if you just enter the numbers the prefix will be automatically added. Windows 7 should not be an issue...
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someone- Dec 25, 2009 11:25PM
wait you type that in the like yahoo bar or google or whatever? im confused.
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LC- Dec 26, 2009 05:32PM
Sorry, I am not sure whether or not you were asking me a question. If you were asking where to type in the IP address (any IP address), type it in the URL address bar where the http://xxxxx normally is inserted. Do not add the http:// for any local IP address.
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the address bar of your internet browser
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If you click on wireless manager on your desk top,then click on view,That gives you your Router name and password,hope it helps you.....TOGO
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go to star then run type cmd hit enter then type ipconfig and hit enter then type in ur browser the default gateway ip that shows there and hit enter
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u have to go on your ps3 and look for ps3 info look for the ipn address copy the ip address and change the ip on your router the same ip from ypur ps3.good luck
if did not work go on you tube.
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hey man i can help..you put the ip adress into your adress bar>>you know like where you see the http:// but make sure you erase everything in the adress bar>>it will then take you directly to the router home page>>you then go to virtual servers and there you will be able to enter the port numbers..
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