No Access To Wifi Router - Adding Mac Address Filter?

Apr 6, 2011

I tried to configure my wifi router recently to secure my internet connection. I wanted to add a MAC adress filter, but I had to leave before I could enter them all. I thought that I wouldn't have to enter my own MAC adress since I'm directly connected to the router with a wire, but it looks like I should have entered my MAC adress, because now I can't get access to my router by typing the IP adress, as usual. I tried to reset it, but it doesn't work.

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