I just set up a wireless router, and want to log into it so I can set up security features as well as change the default password, but when I try to pull up the default IP address in a web browser as it has in the instructions it doesn't come up.
The assume that you are connecting the wireless router directly to the broadband "modem", but I got a firewall and a switch first. I am guessing because of this that my firewall is assigning an IP address via DHCP or something, instead of the wifi router assigning its own IP address.
How do I scan my LAN for IP addresses?
Is there a general command for this in linux/unix, or program that you would recommend for this?
Or when my laptop running Windows XP connects to the WIFI router, is there a way to find out from that?