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Cisco valet

Posted on 2011-09-03
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Can cisco valet be set up without using the usb attached device? I am used to setting up routers manually for clients and though an ethernet connection and going to the ip address of the router in a browser and making the settings the way I want.  

How would I do the same with cisco valet without using the usb device that comes with it?

Thanks in advance for your input?
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yes, just jack the internet into the internet/wan port, jack your pc into one of the ports labeled 1-4

Once you obtain an IP address, you can check the IP address by doing an ipconfig or ifconfig and then you can login through
either 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 as the router (default addresses usually for this device)

Usually the password is admin no username.
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Did you try to do this with a Cisco valet ever?
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Did not answer my last question
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Yes, from linux
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