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2 nic cards and router

i need to get into my router but everytime i put the default gateway in ie its wrong please help thanks

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What does the manual say?

Every router I've ever seen comes with some sort of "getting started" guide. Among the information contained there, is usually the IP address to use to get to the settings for the router.

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nm

I had the router workin fine before i tried usin 2 nic cards on one comp now i cant log in to my router and the manual doesnt say much bout using 2 on 1

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ips...

What are the IP addresses on the NICs?
That is the first thing we need to know.

Why do you have 2 nics? If you aren't using the system to route, access more than one segment, or are using a form of card teaming, then just disable one of them.

BTW NIC stands for network interface card. So saying "NIC card" is kind of redundant.

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Why 2 NIC?

What's your reason/s for that?

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