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Topic # 13411 9-May-2007 01:58
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Hi folks,
 
I have set my WLAN AP to pass DHCP requests to the wired router and forgotten what I set its IP number to! Now I need to make some config changes to the AP but can't get to it since I seem to have set its IP address to something stupid, nothing logical like the next number after the router, or anything else sensible!
 
Can anyone please suggest how I can perhaps find out what its address is?
 
Many thanks,
Dany.




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  Reply # 70004 9-May-2007 07:12
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Try installing & running something like Lookatlan www.lookatlan.com

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  Reply # 70029 9-May-2007 14:01
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Does your AP have a reset function that will restore it to factory defaults?

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  Reply # 70030 9-May-2007 14:05
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Thanks for the suggestion - I downloaded Look@LAN and found the IP address.




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