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Problems accessing router

Hi I have a hub 3 and can't access it on line, I have followed the steps by typing in 192.168.0.1, I need to change it to 2.4GHz so I can operate my cctv cameras. Is my hub out of date and needing replaced?

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Re: Problems accessing router

What does the web browser give you? You could try pin hole reset of the hub.


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Re: Problems accessing router

Remember modem mode replaces 192.168.0.1 with 192.168.100.1, worth giving that a shot also.

Are you using a phone to access the settings? Sometimes shutting off data (3g/4g/5g) forces the phone to connect over WiFi which is what you want.

Finally, if you have a laptop/desktop, try the address again over ethernet. If all this doesn't work, worth trying a pin hole reset.

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Re: Problems accessing router

Thanks that solved the problem