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I am no longer able to access the main menu of the router.

I unplugged the router for 5 minutes. I kept the reset button and plugged in the router again. I waited for the router to make a beep. I am able to connect with the WIFI to the router or with an ethernet wire in port 4. I tried to access the main menu with the address (192.168.88.1), (http: // r1), (192.168. 1.1). I then change the properties of IPV4 for (192.168.88.1) . Nothing works. I send you the pictures of my IPCONFIG.

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The last picture we see the tabs of the 4 addresses that I tried

 

I cleared the cache of google chrome. I connect my ethernet wire in port 2 of the router but nothing works.

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Ah yes my mistake. So you followed that guide and isolated the router so that only your PC and power were connected?

What settings did you change prior to you not being able to access the router anymore?

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In WAN settings. 

my router was programming with the PPPoE of my ISP. and the username and password have been changed when I change provider. But I did not change them in my Netduma.

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yes,  PPPoE is OK.   DumaOS is now installed and all work.  

 

The problem is that the factory reset does not erase the old LAN settings. It is absolutely necessary to put the old LAN address in IPV4 to be able to access the interface.

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16 hours ago, tentrum said:

yes,  PPPoE is OK.   DumaOS is now installed and all work.  

The problem is that the factory reset does not erase the old LAN settings. It is absolutely necessary to put the old LAN address in IPV4 to be able to access the interface.

I'm glad DumaOS is up and running. I'm not sure why your LAN settings aren't erasing, though I think it could be by design. I'll double check and get back to you on that :)

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