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how to access netgear GS116 (Prosafe 16 ports gigabit switch) admin page

Posted on 2014-12-08
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Hi there,
I need to disable SIP ALG on my switcher for a Voip issue we are having. Apparently i can't get to the admin page of the switcher instead i get the router that is connected after the switcher. How do i get to the admin page and how do i disable SIP ALG on the switcher?
The connection goes like this:

Outside => ISP Modem => CISCO Router => Netgear GS116 Switcher => network

I have tried accessing http://192.168.1.1 but it does not bring anything up http://www.ehow.com/how_6753222_access-netgear-setup.html

Thanks for suggestions
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The GS116 Model is an unmanaged switch. It does not have a login interface, the switch is plug and play only.

You might need to buy a "managed" switch to do what needs to be done.

Your router might have the "SIP ALG" disable option
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