|You first have to disconnect the Linksys Router from the rest of your network, otherwise, if there is an ip address conflict, you'll never be able to get the web interface of the Linksys Router.|
Then plug in the lan cable of your computer directly into the Linksys Router.
Your computer should be configured, to get an ip address automatically.
So what do we have now?
We have the Linksys Router, connected to it's power supply and one of the LAN ports of it is connected to your computer.
Now use your favorite internet browser and try to connect to the Linksys Web Interface by typing http://192.168.1.1
You should now run a ping to 192.168.1.2 and check, whether you get a reply. If you get a reply, the ip address is already in use and you must try to ping another ip address, e.g. 192.168.1.3.
This must be done, til you have found an ip address, where you get no replay (so you get a timeout).
If you get connected to the web interface, change the ip address of the router to e.g. 192.168.1.2 (use the ip address, you figured out in the test, mentioned above).
Save the settings and connect the Linksys Router back to the network as it was. Connect your computer also back to the network as it was and try to access the Linksys Router again by http://192.168.1.x (again the ip you've configured for that Router).
Post back the result.
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