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Can't access routerlogin.net

Ok so this is my setup:
Main Router (Xfinity) 10.0.0.1 -> Linksys Switch 192.168.1.1 -> Repeater/Access point netgear router (not sure of IP) -> Computer. I know my setup is a bit clunky and messy but I can't change it.

My problem is that my access point repeater router is working (I can see the NETGEAR wifi network in addition to my actual xfinity one) but the problem is that its unsecured and I have not been able to access routerlogin.net and I have spent hours researching, I have tried 192.168.1.1, resetting the router, etc. Nothing seems to work, I know for a fact this isn't a faulty router because one time I typed in routerlogin.net while I was setting up the repeater/access point and that's how I disabled the dhcp for that router but since then I haven't been able to access anything other than my main router at 10.0.0.1 and my first switch at 192.168.1.1

Any advice is appreciated. If you need more information, ask for it and I'll be happy to give it.
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  1. To access the router settings, you must be connected to the router via ethernet cable. Almost all current routers have wireless admin turned OFF by default. This is a good thing.
  2. I have found out the solution was as dumb as resetting my router AND restarting my computer. I had reset my router before multiple times but hadn't restarted my computer. From there I was able to go into routerlogin.net, disable the access point and disable the dhcp as well. It was partly my fault for not setting up correctly the first time.
  3. USAFRet said:
    To access the router settings, you must be connected to the router via ethernet cable. Almost all current routers have wireless admin turned OFF by default. This is a good thing.


    Everything was already connected by ethernet cables.
  4. USAFRet said:
    To access the router settings, you must be connected to the router via ethernet cable. Almost all current routers have wireless admin turned OFF by default. This is a good thing.


    Is there a way to mark my own post as a solution?
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    Pedro Contipelli said:
    USAFRet said:
    To access the router settings, you must be connected to the router via ethernet cable. Almost all current routers have wireless admin turned OFF by default. This is a good thing.


    Is there a way to mark my own post as a solution?


    Select your own? No. That would completely defeat the whole concept.
  6. Pedro Contipelli said:
    Ok so this is my setup:
    Main Router (Xfinity) 10.0.0.1 -> Linksys Switch 192.168.1.1 -> Repeater/Access point netgear router (not sure of IP) -> Computer. I know my setup is a bit clunky and messy but I can't change it.

    My problem is that my access point repeater router is working (I can see the NETGEAR wifi network in addition to my actual xfinity one) but the problem is that its unsecured and I have not been able to access routerlogin.net and I have spent hours researching, I have tried 192.168.1.1, resetting the router, etc. Nothing seems to work, I know for a fact this isn't a faulty router because one time I typed in routerlogin.net while I was setting up the repeater/access point and that's how I disabled the dhcp for that router but since then I haven't been able to access anything other than my main router at 10.0.0.1 and my first switch at 192.168.1.1

    Any advice is appreciated. If you need more information, ask for it and I'll be happy to give it.


    Have you tried 192.168.0.1?
    A much better solution is to change the default admin password. Know to do it here: Netgear Login Default Admin Password Change
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