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Topic # 23016 15-Jun-2008 15:18
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I have a RTA210 connected to a wireless router WGR614v4. I can access my router settings page for the RTA210 but not the WGR614v4. I suspect it's because they share the same IP address login ( and I have my settings in windows to obtain IP addresses automatically as well..

The weird thing is, I can only get internet access if i connect using this method : RTA210 LAN to Netgear port #1. When i tried to connect RTA210 LAN to Netgear LAN port, it will not work. Maybe the netgear is functioning as a switch or some DHCP issues ? I'm not too sure whats that all about...

I tried resetting the netgear to factory settings and it will still not let me access the login page. Read on other forums, so I tried to change the RTA210 to bridge mode and it will still not work.

Please advice on how I should set up my IP address / settings because I suspect my neighbour is stealing my internetz. Thats why I need to access the router page to set a wireless password. Thanks!

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  Reply # 138217 15-Jun-2008 17:51
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Tried to change my ADSL router IP to earlier. Wasnt able to access the page after i saved changes.

From the guide you posted.. "Your PC will now have lost the connection to the RTA1320 so change the IP address of your PC's network adapter to"

My PC IP addresses are set to auto. Could that be the case ? So I need to set to,, and ?

But if I'm following the guide to change my ADSL router IP to, then my PC IP configuration will be :
Subnet mask

Did i get that right ?

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