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2019-07-11 06:13 PM
I was playing around with my LAN IP and other settings in [192.168.0.1 > Advanced Settings > Advanced > LAN] and cannot reverse what I just did. I changed the IP address under LAN because I figured it would fix my minecraft server, but I can't even access 192.168.0.1 anymore. I changed my IP to my public IP address and now everything is unfixable. Can someone help me? All of my addresses have changed, including: my IPv4, Subnet Mask, and Router IP. Help!
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2019-07-11 06:32 PM
Most modems have a tiny reset button on the back to revert back to the factory settings.
2019-07-11 08:37 PM
As mentioned do a reset and set your PC to automatically accept an IP address. The default IP address of the modem should be on the sticker on its base.
You can also open a CMD window in Win10 and run the command IPCONFIG /ALL
This will show the IP address of your PC and the gateway it is set to (your modem)
But its probably easier to just reset.
2019-07-11 09:28 PM
Hello Peter! Thank you for your reply, however I am using a MacBook Pro and don't have any microsoft or non-apple devices being used at home.
2019-07-11 09:44 PM
I've attempted resetting my router, and it has clearly restarted and resetted, but the IP showing on my mac still shows this public IP that I accidentally set it as.
2019-07-11 09:47 PM