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When I type in the IP address for the router, I get a message that the page cannot be found? I'm using Firefox.

Using ASUS AC1900 (RT-AC1900P) I am trying to get network security code. Several days ago, the wireless picked up signal "ASUS" but now ASUS is gone and "PC Network" is displayed. If I click on that, it say "enter network security key." Admin/password doesn't work as login information. I have rebooted, unplugged etc to no avail. Getting 5 bars from router.
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  1. Best answer
    Try getting in to the router config utility with a wired (ethernet) connection to it instead of wireless.
    (You should always use a wired connection for that task, never wireless).
  2. Make sure you're connected directly to the router via the wifi list, and try using an ethernet cable to connect instead like Phillip has mentioned.
    You should explain yourself a little more thoroughly and clearly to see if I can understand where you're going with this, did the wifi network disappear?, you can't connect to the router website?, it says there's a wrong key?
  3. Phillip Corcoran said:
    Try getting in to the router config utility with a wired (ethernet) connection to it instead of wireless.
    (You should always use a wired connection for that task, never wireless).


    Hi
    I have an Asus-RTN12HP router, tried connecting with Ethernet cable on my desktop and also my laptop (wireless plus LAN) but I am facing the same issue.
    When I ipconfig on CMD it is showing, and am able to ping too but unable to connect and view the router page. One of my other desktop is able to. Need help urgently to trouble shoot the same.
    Things I have tried already:
    1. Hard reset the router and reconfigured it
    2. DHCP for the systems I am connecting with
    but still get this message
    "The connection was reset

    The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading.

    The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few moments.
    If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer’s network connection.
    If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make sure that Firefox is permitted to access the Web."

    Need help soon.
    My next help required is how to enable port forwarding for my desktop?
    But first this issue needs to to fixed. TIA
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