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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by tayoo, Oct 12, 2003.

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  1. tayoo

    tayoo Thread Starter

    Oct 11, 2003
    I need to configure my router, i need to go to this address: i do use internet explorer ver 6.0 and operating system is windows me , each time i go to this web address i always get web page is not available, or web page can't be displayed. but i can go to any other web page, please how can i go to this web page, i did test the web address is ok, i tried start, programs,run, typed in command, and then typed in ping space i did get a reply from this address but when i did go to type the web address , i get web page can't be displayed. Please help.
  2. Mithrilhall


    Mar 28, 2001
    Do a search on your computer for a file called "hosts". Post what's inside here.
  3. hewee


    Oct 26, 2001
    Don't know if I can help or have the right answer or not.
    I just got me a router and I think the address 192.xxx.x.x is your router so that is why you can't get to the site.

    Edit your post and take the address away so other will not have it because that is your address that is part of your firewall so best not to let the world know.

    Now a Search results for: 192.xxx.x.x (use your own address) can be done here.
    But My router IP address comes up with the same page in the search. It must be because it falls in the NetRange: - also.

    By the way, Welcome to TSG :)
  4. DVOM


    Jun 20, 2002
    1,716 is the internal LAN IP of your router. Since you can ping that IP, try clearing your browser cache in IE.

    In IE click "tools>internet options>general tab>Delete Files>delete all offline content>OK"
  5. Del


    Aug 31, 2001
    You might check with your router tech support. I was told to go to and it was the wrong address. You seem to be browsing fine so the problem seems to be the IP address to access your router setup.
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