|I have a Dynalink router with an address 192.168.1.1. It connects 4 computers in 2 different buildings.|
Because I have also two laptops that I want to be able to use in different rooms I have added a wireless modem to one of the Dynalink ports. I have to manually set addresses for the computers connected to the wireless router, as that gives out addresses in the range 10.1.1.x.
Everything works perfectly, and mostly pain-free. Except that I cannot get access to the wireless router (at 10.1.1.1) to set up WPA security. I put in the username and password (both admin) and it just can't connect. It times out in the end.
In the past I have managed to get in, but then after the customery reboot, that was the end. It seemed like I could do the job once, and only once, with a given computer.
Resetting the router does not help.
I can't ping the 10.1.1.1 address from any computer
I haven't ever been able to log on to the router wirelessly, and suspect this is deliberate.