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    192.168.1.1 cannot access modem settings

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    Introduction :
    Usually the modem supplied to you will have the IP address as 192.168.1.1. userID admin and PW admin password 1234 etc.
    For Brand models like netgear/dlink etc the default IP address
    will be shown in the model sticker. Note it down.

    All going smooth, and being anxious to improve the BB connnection
    members try some settings or other in computer and modem and find they can no longer access the Modem settings ! and sometimes Internet
    connection is also lost.
    Para two:
    Precaution
    When your modem is in working condition, do make a back up of the settings , by going to the Tools or management menu and save it to say
    C:/My Documents/Modem working May16th.

    condition 1:
    Internet is working but no access to modem
    Solution:Open your Browser. type this link. What Is My IP Address? Lookup IP, Hide IP, Change IP, Trace IP and more...
    You will get your present Dynamic Ip address. Re type it in address bar.
    Then you may get a window like this


    Type the UserID and PW and access the menu pages !

    Condition 2:
    Lost internet connection also !
    solution : with Power on to the modem, press the Reset switch
    ( usually in the rear or bottom small round access hole right side )
    for 20 to 30 seconds to set to default factory settings.
    Then you could access the menu pages.and restore original working from settings made from back up earlier.

    CONDITION 3:
    Some how the modem Ip address is not 192.168.1.1
    Then you have to set it up like this.
    In computer Start Network LAN Properties
    Network settings page opens
    select TCP/Ip box properties.
    Enter 192.168.1.10
    subnet 255.255.255.0
    and 192.168.1.1 (<<<=== modem gateway )
    Apply SAVE. Now try.

    Or Start RUN type cmd Ok
    New window type Ipconfig /all
    Modem Default gateway is shown.

    If all fail !!! thinking ...... edit later!!!

    try ID user PW password
    or ID support PW pasword
    Still no use. contact BSNL JTO in person !!!!

    Last edited by Admin; 6th August 2014 at 04:48 PM.
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    Good work@essbebe
    It will help many others when the page is not opening
    Reps added
    Last edited by Admin; 6th August 2014 at 04:48 PM.

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    @essbebe

    Great work. Added Rep.

    For the past week or so I was facing frequent disconnection problem.
    (Strangely, after a disconnect and reconnect cycle my SNR values dropped from 43.5 to 7.5 and Line attn values increased to 35 from about 20 both values are Downstream i think)
    Asked Calcutta telephones to fix it. They did the job quite well and I rarely face any disconnection issue. But to my horror I discovered that http://192.168.1.1 wasn't opening anymore and firefox was giving timed out error, though internet operations were superb and I was getting 190kB/s speed in the night happy hours.
    Complained to BSNL. Knew they lacked the expertise (though a solution of sorts was posted in the Initial setup flash posted on BSNL website on which your method 3. is based).
    Tried your method 1. didn't work.
    Tried method 3. and voila problem solved.! Added Rep as mentioned above.
    SNR and Line ATTN. values reverted back to those of the good old days...

    One question though: should I ever use"Obtain IP address automatically" in the future?

    Thank You very much.

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    ThANKS.
    One question though: should I ever use"Obtain IP address automatically" in the future?
    for a single system not needed.When you add more systems , or try to access via cellphone etc, DHCP cannot be avoided. Or you have to use a switch and allot IP to each additional system.

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    additional method :
    Originally Posted by paul.1911
    open dos type ipconfig and press enter
    see what is your default gateway
    use that ip to open router page.
    I want u to first try this..if doesn't work then read further
    (*condition 3 in Post No 1 remark added by me ))
    another way to enter to router is
    1. Go to "RUN" type 'cmd' and enter.

    2. Type "telnet 192.168.1.1"

    3. Make sure that your Firewall should allow......

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    Quote Originally Posted by essbebe View Post
    ThANKS.

    for a single system not needed.When you add more systems , or try to access via cellphone etc, DHCP cannot be avoided. Or you have to use a switch and allot IP to each additional system.
    Hi essbebe,

    In this regard let me relate my experience.it so happened that my wi fi router failed to connect and i tried to access the above website but could not.I informed BSNL.The JTO came and reset the DNA-A211-1 with a ballponi pen tip.there is a slot provided at the rear for resetting in case something goes wrong.i was able to access 192.168.1.1 after that.So the inference is " if the wi fi router conks out this site cannot be accessed.My router failed eventually and BSNL gave me afree replacement even though 1 month had elapsed after the warranty period.IN Mysore BSNL customer servixce is very giood.the JTO concerned is a nice person.he suggested to me to meet the Commercial officer in person and report the failure of the modem.thease two discussed among themselves and decded to give me a free replacement.DNA-A211-1 is a very reliable router and failure rate is very very low acc to the BSNL staff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by essbebe View Post
    ThANKS.

    for a single system not needed.When you add more systems , or try to access via cellphone etc, DHCP cannot be avoided. Or you have to use a switch and allot IP to each additional system.
    I have always avoided it (until recently), even in systems with a hundred or more hosts!

    If you have a laptop which is used on more than one network, it is really handy to use DHCP. If you have a box which requires it, then it must be there.

    Until I got a Logitech Squeezebox recently, DHCP on my modem/router was always simply off. Still, the computers in the house are manually configured IP addresses, names, host file... .

    I guess, though, that that tick is the easiest option for those with zero knowledge and zero interest, and that's fine, there's no obligation to be a techie.

    It's partly old habits with me: it was part of my inventory management and firewall tracking.

    It's easy to avoid (mostly) but it is also easy to use. In a way, I was quite impressed that my Ubuntu installation found the router and configured itself to use the network. That scores a point for user friendliness over any Windows installation I've ever done (up to XP).

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    Update:
    If you have forgotten the password and do not want to USE RESET option try Brutus AET2 application.

    You can test even if you know/remember the password.
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    Brutus is an 11 year old progie. Is it recommended to use it on new ADSL modems/routers ?
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    Brutus is an 11 year old progie. Is it recommended to use it on new ADSL modems/routers ?
    Did you watch the VIDEO?
    Nothing is changed in the modem settings !!!

    2.
    It is expected, user having this problem ( very rare)
    will try and give feedback.
    "RESET" the modem to factory defaults should be enough.
    But in some cases ISP had set a different ID and or PW ( such as multiplay ( sometimes Blank)
    bsnl tikona etc ) even RESET will not help.


    Worst case scenerio: No harm : Nothing is changed by Brutus in the modem settings.
    The link was posted in this thread, when in a user had this problem. recently. ( he has forgotten both ID and PW).

    PS: In my browser when I type 192.168.1.1 , the Device Info page of the modem opens automatically ( no need for Id/PW browser IE8 and FF 3.6.15 and OS Windows 7 pro)
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    Thanks for your generous reply. I will try it myself and post the review.

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    I got BSNL broadband connections two days back,.. i cant access any of the ipaddress, my internet speed is very very low,.. and whenever i call bsnl they just tell me that they are going to correct it, but have done nothing will they respond at all....

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    Default No access to modem by typing 192.168.1.1

    I am using Quidway ADSL router/modem WA1003A. Till yesterday morning I was using this device to connect to BSNL internet service.

    Yesterday evening when I returned home, I opened my laptop and found that my laptop does not connected to the internet. When I did a "Find Wireless devices", I could see that my LAN has changed to unsecured network (Lock symbol not showing).

    I tried to connect to my modem by typing 192.168.1.1 in the explorer bar and to my horror nothing happened.

    I then took out my LAN cable and connected to my laptop, the internet worked.

    I am not able to connect my laptop/ mobile wirelessly

    I did ipconfig and found my ipconfig as 117.216.xxx.xxx

    I tried typing this address on the explorer bar and still i could not connect to the modem.

    I am using windows 7 and my laptop and I am not able to access condition 3 settings.

    Is it that someone has tampered with my ADSL Modem?

    Request kind response and solution.

    Regards,

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    Type the following on TCP/IP properties of your network adapter. 192.168.1.0, 255.255.255.255, 192.168.1.1, 208.67.222.222, 8.8.8.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    Type the following on TCP/IP properties of your network adapter. 192.168.1.0, 255.255.255.255, 192.168.1.1, 208.67.222.222, 8.8.8.8

    Thanks Dilip for the quick response, however I am not a geek, you will have to help me in little detail as to where to type in these details.

    Do you mean that I should punch in these properties in the TCP/IP of IPV4 properties in the subnet mask etc.

    But I am not getting that many boxes in my TCP/IP configuration window. I shall send you the snapshot.

    I shall let you know by today evening.

    Thanks again,

    Abhay

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    Quote Originally Posted by abhayambuj View Post
    Do you mean that I should punch in these properties in the TCP/IP of IPV4 properties in the subnet mask etc.
    Yes

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    I had a similar problem accessing a BSNL AN1020-21. I just powered it off and then on and then was able to access the menus. Sometimes a simple power cycle is all that's needed!

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    Thumbs up BeeTel 450BX1 not responding

    Current setup: A cheap ADSL-only modem + Asus RT-N13U (dd-wrted) working with an MTNL connection.

    The *cheap ADSL* modem shorted and died on me. Adapter seems to have blown (and using a new, same rating adapter on the modem also doesn't seem to work). This leads me to believe the modem itself has blown somewhere.

    So, I managed to get hold of a Beetel 450BX1 (ADSL2+ WIFI) to replace the current setup (or maybe just part of the current setup). When I switch on the 450BX1, the Power light and the WLAN lights light up. Since this was used elsewhere, I have no idea of credentials and need to reset them.

    1. I tried holding the reset button with the modem powered ON for 30s. Nothing happens.
    2. I try holding the reset button and powering on the modem, nothing happens.
    3. The PC gets an IP Address of 169.254 address, so unable to access the modem.
    4. Used essbebe's method of setting IP, Gateway, Mask etc manually, followed exact instructions, still unable to access the router (doesn't even connect to 192.168.1.1). Telnet also times out.


    This leads me to believe the modem is bricked. I have tried opening up the modem and manually short the reset button as well using a paper-clip, and not a single light blinks no matter how long it is held.

    Any clues as to how I might be able to use the modem, or whether I'd be able to use it at all?

    enkay

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    I wouldn't say the modem is bricked. In fact, maybe your existing one may not have gone bad.

    I couldn't find any documentation on that modem online, so I can't give you a specific reset procedure, but I believe that would be your best bet. The tricky thing is that the reset procedure can be different for even different generations of the same model, so you'll have to keep trying. I've even seen the correct procedure not work on resetting until used a couple of times.

    The other thing is that your line itself may have had a problem vs your modem. If your modem is completely dead or won't connect on LAN ports, there's a pretty good chance it's gone, but otherwise, I would also see if there's a way to check the line.

    Good luck and post back with any questions/results.

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    SamirD, Thanks for your reply. I'm not sure that I made myself clear.

    Existing one is certainly gone bad (The *cheap* one). The modem doesn't come on at all no matter what.

    This modem under question, the 450BX1, I have tried resetting several times, but nothing ever happens. No matter what, if I connect the modem to my mac using an ethernet cable, it gets assigned the 168.254... IP address and I cannot telnet nor access the web interface of the router, even if I use a Manual IP setup.

    ADSL line is just fine, and I'm using it with another temporary setup and posting this using that only.

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