wireless ethernet bridge configuration

 

Overview

sometimes people need to configure their router, and they don't have the cd that came with the router (or the cd doesn't work which is usually the case), and sometimes people just want to totally ignore the cd and go straight for the router's built-in web server configuration page. my list doesn't even compare to this list I found.

other devices from a given company will have a different address (they have to!).

these are devices that allow a wired ethernet blu-ray/ps3/xbox/slingbox to work over wireless.

linksys WET610N

device support page

pc should be set to 169.254.x.y (x=1..254, y=0..255)
and subnet mask of 255.255.0.0

http://169.254.1.250
user id:
password:

trendnet TEW-647GA

device support page

http://192.168.10.110
password:
(no password)

trendnet TEW-640MB

device support page

http://192.168.10.110 or http://tew-640mb.trendnet/
user id:
password:admin

iogear GWU627

device page

pc should be set to 192.168.1.3 (y=4..255)
and subnet mask of 255.255.255.0

http://192.168.1.252
user id:
password:

netgear

device support page

pc should be set to ..x.y (x=1..254, y=0..255)
and subnet mask of 255.255.0.0

http://
user id:
password:

smc

device page, device support page

pc should be set to ..x.y (x=1..254, y=0..255)
and subnet mask of 255.255.0.0

http://
user id:
password:

us robotics

device page, device support page

pc should be set to ..x.y (x=1..254, y=0..255)
and subnet mask of 255.255.0.0

http://
user id:
password:

device page, device support page

pc should be set to ..x.y (x=1..254, y=0..255)
and subnet mask of 255.255.0.0

http://
user id:
password:

engenius

device page, device support page

pc should be set to ..x.y (x=1..254, y=0..255)
and subnet mask of 255.255.0.0

http://
user id:
password:

device page, device support page

pc should be set to ..x.y (x=1..254, y=0..255)
and subnet mask of 255.255.0.0

http://
user id:
password:

apple

device page, device support page

pc should be set to ..x.y (x=1..254, y=0..255)
and subnet mask of 255.255.0.0

http://
user id:
password:

buffalo

device page, device support page

pc should be set to ..x.y (x=1..254, y=0..255)
and subnet mask of 255.255.0.0

http://
user id:
password:

belkin

device page, device support page (no manual!)

pc should be set to ..x.y (x=1..254, y=0..255)
and subnet mask of 255.255.0.0

http://
user id:
password: