Locate IP of Router

April 15, 2011 at 07:34:18
Specs: Windows 7

I have a wireless router that is connected to my main office router. It is something that was setup a long time ago, and had not been used. Recently, I put in use again. It came back on line with no problem. Problem was, I do not think it has any security. I want to add security by going to admin page. I tried to reset to factory, but it would not. So now I need to find the IP of the wireless router to reset security. Hopefully, I did not change the User/PW on it. I have the router, and it shows the Mac address. Can I find the IP by that Mac Address. When I look at IPconfig /all, the gateway is the main office router, not the wireless router. Ipconfig /all also says that dhcp is configured. I thought then that the gateway would be the IP of the dhcp router. Any help would be appreciated

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April 15, 2011 at 08:12:48
you set to factory defaults so logon account and password are also now at default.

you would lookup your make/model on the web, get the default settings, set your ip range to match the router and then you would logon to the router to configure.

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