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I need to configure an a router.
I want to access the router web interface through Internet explorer. How do I do this? Do I just type the IP address (Is the IP address for the actual router web interface the default gateway??)

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Question by:APretswell
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APretswell

First of all

I Suppouse that both, the ethernet  interface of your router and the NIC of your machine are in the same SUBNET.

then you must configure the http server in your router
with the command

ip http server

and its all

you can access the WEB Interface from your machine typing
only the IP address of the ethernet router interface.

for example

http://192.168.10.10

Ciao.
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by:hmkias
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The above answer is correct , but when routing is done , http access can be had from any subnet..

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Kias
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Thanks for your answers folks but what I still need to know and what I should have asked in the first place I suppose is where and how do you find out the routers ethernet IP address?

Can you find out the routers IP address by typing the command:-

ipconfig /all

at the command prompt

Is the routers IP address the default gateway?? or is it something else??

I dont have any tools, I cant use console or hyper-terminal access, the only way I can determine if the web service on the router is enabled is by making sure I have the correct IP address
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by:edmonds_robert
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Try it.  If you get the router, you have the correct IP address.  If you don't, then....  Also, can you not even telnet to the router?  Even if you can't log in, getting a prompt will tell you if you hit it.  
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by:lrmoore
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The router's IP usually IS the default gateway. Try that first.
Here's one way to determine the router's IP address:
Download/instal Ethereal (free)
http://www.ethereal.com
Capture packets and look for matches for the router's manufacturer MAC address code:
http://www.duxcw.com/faq/network/mac.htm
http://www.coe.uky.edu/~stu/nic/nic.cfm
Find a match between the manufacturer and the IP address and you narrow it down considerably.

If all you want to know is whether or not the web service is running, you can use other port scanners that will scan the entire network for open web ports.

If the router is set up correctly, it should not have the web service running, but if it does have it enabled, it should be on a different port other than the default port 80, so you would also need to know which port it is setup for.
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Someone just emailed me about a product from my other message board about a configuration management product that will let you manage multiple network devices and track configuration changes. I have not check it out yet but sound promising. By company called alterpoint.
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