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i have a dsl router that connects  to  a dlink router and a netgear router.    i need to find the local ip address of my dlink router so i can connect to the control panel and change the settings.   how can i do this?   i tries  http://192.168.0.1   and 192.168.111.2  and i get page not found error.
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You could reset the Dlink router.  That way it will be back to 192.168.0.1

If DHCP is enabled on the DLINK Router you could plug your computer into the LAN port of it and set your computer to obtain IPAddress automatically.

After you get an IPAddress do a IPCONFIG /ALL -- The DHCP Server address should be your Dlink Router.
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Hi gianitoo,
If using Windows XP, open a command window (Start -> Run -> cmd (enter). In the command-window type ipconfig /all
Somewhere in the text that gets dumped to screen there should be a reference to Standard or Default gateway.
Try to see if you can connect to this adress with http.


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192,168,0.1 is the dhcp server but i cannot access it
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How is this connected? does the adsl router connect to the dlink router which connects to the netgear router? And from the netgear router into your computer? If this is the case, then nat'ing probably screws something up real good.
Try to connect your computer directly to one of the lan ports of the dlink and then try to connect to it.
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If your computer is directly connected and you still cant access it.  The only way to get it to work would be to reset it.  on the right side of the router there should be a little hole.  Put a paper clip in that hole and hold it for 5 seconds.  The lights will flash and the router is reset to factory defaults.  By the looks of it you did not change anything from the factory settings.  Once your reset it.  Do a IPConfig /renew to get a new IP Address from the new reseted router.  Now try entering http://192.168.01 in Internet Explorer.  Can you connect now??
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