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Netgear DGN2200 page access


mrwoowoo

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Is it possible to access the above routers settings via my PC if there is no internet connection.
I usually access it through the click here method, but wondered what to do if i lose internet access.

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mgmcc

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Yes you can access the router's configuration pages without being connected to the internet. The link you quoted (converted to "click here") is contained within the router, it isn't located on the internet.

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mrwoowoo

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Your click here doesn't seem to do anything.

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mgmcc

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Unfortunately, these forums convert URLs to "click here" which is a real pain-in-the-neck when you actually want to be able to read them.

What I was saying is that you don't need to be connected to the internet in order to access the web page that is located within your router for configuration purposes. The page you normally access with (excluding spaces)...

h t t p: // routerlogin . com

Now I'm assuming you've posted the correct URL but you should also be able to open its configuration pages by typing 192.168.0.1 directly into your browser.

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