I'm trying to gain access to my Cisco SB 107 router, which is connected after my ISP's router running in bridge mode. Problem is that when I connect my IP to the Cisco router, I get a public IP and not an internal IP - so I'm unable to access the web interface.
I tried connecting the Cisco router directly to my PC without having it connected to the other router, which resulted in dhcp timing out and giving me a 169.? IP - again, no internal IP. I then tried setting my IP statically in the rage 10.10.10.1/30 - but no result, unable to telnet/ssh or use the web interface.
It's never been used before, so I assume that the settings are as they were from factory.
Any ideas on how I access it without having to the use the console? (I don't have cable yet!)
Best regards, Michael