Are you adding http://, type http://192.168.2.1 in your brower's window and see what happens.katmardan wrote:Prior to installing the Ooma Telo between my modem and router, to access my router setup page I would type 192.168.2.1 and I would get the setup page for my router. After installation of the Telo, I cannot access my router setup page. Why can I not access my router page now? Are there setting I need to change? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
If that doesn't work:
With a computer connected to one of your router's LAN ports, or Router Wi-FI, click on the computer's Start button, click on Run, type in cmd in the blank and click on Ok. A dos window opens. Type in ipconfig and hit enter. The Default Gateway IP number should be the same number (192.168.2.1) as you router. If the default IP address number is different, type that number in your computer's browser's window. It should open the Router's setup pages.
When my router gets "confused", I do a factory reset of the router. Of coarse you have to re-setup everything in the router like if you just bought a new router, after the reset. There is usually a little round hole in the back or on the side that you insert a paper clip into to do the reset. I'd go into the Internet and check and see what the exact procedure is.katmardan wrote:Thank you Thunderbird, but I did try it with and without http://. I also tried the ipconfig you suggested and it showed 192.168.2.1. Any other ideas?