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how to establish a wireless router ip address

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Hi

We have a client wireless acceess setup over 4 floors ,which is on a seperate ip address from the LAN and is seperated on the firewall from the Local LAN so that external users can access intranet without hving any access to the LAN.

We have a mixture of wireless routers from  Belkin F6D4230-4 and Linksys SRX200.

The Firewall is a Firebox x which is the default gateway with an IP address of 192.168.100.1

The problem i am having is accessing  all the wireless routers that are acting as wireless hotspots. the default address such as 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.2.1 do not work( i am connected to the routers directly via network cable.

how do i establish the router ipaddress so that i can access the router settings via a browser?

i have tried ipconfig  /all which shows me the ip address of the default gateway, and the laptop i am conneceting with.

any help will me apprecieated.

many thanks

Milad
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