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RINDI: i did all you said in your last post, (Do not use WAN port, Connect via LAN port, disabled DHCP server) .... and everything was going fine for about a copule of minutes after changing that settings on the CONFIGURATION INTERFACE, until suddenly there is no way anymore to access the Routers configuration interface again...
I did not changed the router IP because it was 192.168.0.1 (as you mentioned), and already was different from the modems IP which is 192.168.1.1 (Or i should have changed to a completely different number?...)
So, after i left the configuration panel or interface, i have not being able to access it in anyway for the last 30 minutes... I have tried every possible connection configuration via ethernet CABLE and via wireless and nothing... I have even tried disconnecting the Router from the modem, and only connecting the router to the computer, but there is no way to access the config interface using the 192.168.0.1
Ethernet and Wireless connectivity DOES work, i mean i have internet access by ethernet cable or via wifi as well... But also if i am connected only via wifi, I can not access the Config Interface...
My guess is that the problem is caused because i turned OFF the DHCP Server in the Router, as you suggested?... Could this be the problem? How can i solve it and be able to access the Routers config panel again?
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