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I have a Linksys router. WRT610N is the model number. It is working fine. However, I do need to make some changes in it.  I do have the username and password but I cannot get the router main page to come up so that I can enter the router. It used to be 192.168.1.1 but that is not working. I tried 1.0, 1.2 & others to no avail. How can I determine its number? Note, I am using this router now via an external access wifi point. The routers radio is turned off.
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have you tried "https://192.168.1.1" ?
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Type "cmd" in the run/search box on your Windows machine and hit enter.
A DOS box will come up.  Type in "ipconfig" enter.  The "default gateway" on is your router's IP address.
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