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I'm trying to setup my wireless 3G router Netgear MBRN3000 but I cant even access the setup page. I have reset it several times, restarted it, checked the connection, checked its ip with ipconfig (192.168.0.2) but no matter what I do I cant visit the setup page in either IE or Chrome. All I get is a "Connection Refused"-error.

I'm running IIS7 and VMWare on the same machine (Windows 7) but I'm not sure if that could be causing my problems. At first I was directed to the IIS default page when accessing 192.160.0.1/2 but when changing its listening ip to 192.168.0.50 all I get is this error-message instead. I've tried the routerlogin.net address as well but it can't be resolved says the browser.

What could be causing this? Where do I continue looking for a cause?

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