I have a Netgear repeater (wireless N router WNR834B V2(I wanted to put a password on. I did (WPA) and all of the sudden I can't even get into 192.168.2.1. I can still access 192.168.1.1 though. Now all devices are locked out of the repeater and I can't get in at all anywhere. I unplugged and plugged in the repeater (rebooted) and tried to restore factory settings. Didn't help.
Access web interface and tell it to connect to your router and it should get soemthing like ..
IP 192.168.1.xx .. xx being a number in routers DHCP range
May not get these ..
Wireless security (WPA/WPA2 AES) will be from the router, access to the repeater will be the defaults found on the bottom, change that from within web interface using the IP address.
I can get into the router 192.168.1.1 without a problem. I can't even access 192.168.2.1 (which is the repeater) through my web interface (Firefox or IE). Page won't load at all. I tried this on my desktop, laptop and iPad.
Your devices must be on the same subnet. You must reassign the repeater to a IP address within the proper range. I suppose if your only problem is accessing the repeater you could change you PC to be in the repeaters subnet instead of the router and then change it back