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What is an IP Address. What is a Port. How To Reset Your Router.
Netgear Router Factory Default IP Address Settings.
Internet Protocol (IP) addresses are 32 bit numbers that are assigned to devices capable of connecting to a network implementing the protocol.
Routers and NICs have a habit of pulling the same IP address, even when you tell it to renew your IP. One possible way to fix this would be to use the reset button on the router.
To introduce the new Netgear router IP address to your wireless home network, just reset the router by closing out your Internet web broswer and powering off your wireless router for approximately 3mins, and then letting it completely power up to a ready state.
Reset Netgear IP Address To Default. If you look at the rear of your Netgear router, you will find a tiny red reset button. The button will be recessed, so you’ll need a paperclip or the tip of a pencil to depress it.
The first IP address shown in the DOS command prompt output is that of the Netgear router.
Another use of this address is resetting the router to its default settings, along with the original Netgear router’s configuration and use of the default 192.168.01 IP address.
Or got "router setup" for more info. Or go to command prompt and use IPCONFIG command and find the gateway IP address and use this IP in the broswer.