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Topic # 12695 31-Mar-2007 14:07
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Does my woosh modem have a browser-accessible control panel, like my router has? If so, whats the address?

(BTW I use the ethernet cable to connect the modem to the router)



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  Reply # 67002 13-Apr-2007 09:30
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is this for ADSL? If so then try 192.168.1.1 because thats what my one is

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  Reply # 67004 13-Apr-2007 09:50
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Woosh wireless modem.. I don't think it has a web interface. But if you right click on your Ethernet connection icon on the task-bar, bottom right hand corner of your screen - on PC, it should allow you to check your connection status and IP that is assigned to you. If you're not connecting, the light on the Ethernet cable wouldn't lid either. So if that is the problem you're experiencing, perhaps check the physical connectivity.







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  Reply # 67053 13-Apr-2007 18:39
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it connects ok. i'd just like to be able to be able to check the signal strength the modem is getting without having to drag my laptop all the way down to the laundry, where the modem is, re-wire everything with the usb cable, just to be able to reposition the antenna correctly after it falls off the window every couple of days. If I place the antenna more than a centimeter or 2 away from the "sweet spot" i get almost no signal.

cheers,
jeff

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