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I have a westell wireless ethernet router A-90-750160-97

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I have a westell wireless ethernet router A-90-750160-97 from cincinnati bell (Fuse.net or Zoomtown.net) rev.G00, mfd 4/2012, sn:12FX04004271, MAC 744401B2000D4. Have had approx 2+ years. Generally working but keep getting notices on my Macbook Pro 2103, Mac Air 2012 and Mac G5 2006: "Mac may be slow due to NAT Port Mapping (NAT-PMP) or UPnP is turned off". All running latest avail software. I have NO manual or instruction book. I do have network name and password. Have been connected before to router but cannot locate instructions now. Cincy Bell is closed, and often been worthless for info & help. If this doesn't work I'm ready to switch vendors to Time Warner Cable. If you prefer to call:(###) ###-####- I'm a lousy typist.
Can you help? Service here used to be DSL, but they replaced line with fiber optic so I'm not really sure what type of service I have now. 2-2-2016 6:15 AM
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Networking
Expert:  Richard replied 10 months ago.

Hi there and welcome

  1. Open System Preferences from the Apple  menu
  2. Click on “Network” preferences under the ‘Internet & Wireless’ section
  3. Select “Wi-Fi” and click on the “Advanced” button in the lower right corner
  4. Click on the “TCP/IP” tab from the top choices
  5. The routers IP address is the numerical address next to “Router:” and will look something like: 192.168.1.1

Can you tell me what the router address is please?