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    Hi. I`m looking over the internet on all kind of forums to find an answer to my question but nobody replays.Hope u guys can help me answering to my nuby question Does an external IP should connect to routers login page? Let me explain better. When i type my external IP i get the login page of my router,did not should be 192.168.1.1 only? If it`s not something normal how to fix it?
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    Welcome to DevShed Forums, bellze.

    Please don't ask a question that's only loosely related in someone else's thread. (I'll split this into a new thread later.)

    192.168.1.1 is a private/internal IP address. It's often the IP address to the internal-facing port of a router. An "external IP address" (typically a public IP address) would be the address of the external-facing port of your router (e.g. the port connected to a cable modem).
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    Originally Posted by Kravvitz
    Welcome to DevShed Forums, bellze.

    Please don't ask a question that's only loosely related in someone else's thread. (I'll split this into a new thread later.)

    192.168.1.1 is a private/internal IP address. It's often the IP address to the internal-facing port of a router. An "external IP address" (typically a public IP address) would be the address of the external-facing port of your router (e.g. the port connected to a cable modem).
    Sorry did not knew where to post it

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