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Hey! I was playing with my WAP11 (verison 2.6) and I think I changed the IP address. I now cannot access it wirelessly nor can I access it via my Eathernet network. I tried to reset the factory defaults like how it says in the booklet.... It didn't help... Does anyone have any ideas on how I can fix my WAP11, I'm getting to the point where I'm just going to take it back and get a new one..... Thanks! Mike p.s. If you respond can you please add me to the cc: field because I'm not good at looking ...

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    Default Trouble with a Linksys WAP11 v 2.6

    Hey! I was playing with my WAP11 (verison 2.6) and I think I changed
    the IP address. I now cannot access it wirelessly nor can I access it
    via my Eathernet network. I tried to reset the factory defaults like
    how it says in the booklet.... It didn't help... Does anyone have any
    ideas on how I can fix my WAP11, I'm getting to the point where I'm
    just going to take it back and get a new one.....


    Thanks!
    Mike


    p.s. If you respond can you please add me to the cc: field because I'm
    not good at looking for responecs to questions asked by me. :}
    Mike Guest

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    Default Re: Trouble with a Linksys WAP11 v 2.6

    In article <368978ee.0309100753.7f1c288fposting.google.com >,
    [email]ifireevula.org[/email] (Mike) wrote:
    > Hey! I was playing with my WAP11 (verison 2.6) and I think I changed
    > the IP address. I now cannot access it wirelessly nor can I access it
    > via my Eathernet network. I tried to reset the factory defaults like
    > how it says in the booklet.... It didn't help... Does anyone have any
    > ideas on how I can fix my WAP11, I'm getting to the point where I'm
    > just going to take it back and get a new one.....
    I'll assume that you dutifully slapped an Apple sticker on top of that
    access point so we can pretend it's on topic.

    The original WAP11 had a USB port so you could get around this kind of
    problem a bit more easily. For the 2.6, life is a bit harder, you'll
    have to go back to the factory settings.

    If you look on the back of the unit, there's a little reset hole to the
    left of the Ethernet jack. Hold it in with a pen or something for 10-15
    seconds and you should be able to start over.

    For next time, you can download a new copy of the manual from Linksys'
    Web site.
    iMeowbot Guest

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    Default Re: Trouble with a Linksys WAP11 v 2.6

    In article <368978ee.0309100753.7f1c288fposting.google.com >,
    [email]ifireevula.org[/email] (Mike) wrote:
    > Hey! I was playing with my WAP11 (verison 2.6) and I think I changed
    > the IP address. I now cannot access it wirelessly nor can I access it
    > via my Eathernet network. I tried to reset the factory defaults like
    > how it says in the booklet.... It didn't help... Does anyone have any
    > ideas on how I can fix my WAP11, I'm getting to the point where I'm
    > just going to take it back and get a new one.....
    I'll assume that you dutifully slapped an Apple sticker on top of that
    access point so we can pretend it's on topic.

    The original WAP11 had a USB port so you could get around this kind of
    problem a bit more easily. For the 2.6, life is a bit harder, you'll
    have to go back to the factory settings.

    If you look on the back of the unit, there's a little reset hole to the
    left of the Ethernet jack. Hold it in with a pen or something for 10-15
    seconds and you should be able to start over.

    For next time, you can download a new copy of the manual from Linksys'
    Web site.
    iMeowbot Guest

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