|Yeah, I kind of figured it was something like that. I had tried to type in IP addresses for the device to pull up a site where I could see config settings and such like I can with my Belkin router at home, and no site would ever come up. So I don't think internet management is available, or I might just not have figured out the right address. |
If you open a command prompt on a client computer and type the following command:
the default gateway IP should be the IP of the router. Try that in your web browser and see if the router's management interface doesn't come up. If it doesn't, you may need to recycle the power on the router (ie: unplug it, count to ten slowly, plug it back in and let it boot up) and try again.
You probably can't remote into the management interface but should be able to from any LAN client computer.