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I entered a valid address, search bar redirected to routerloggin.com and received a message stating my ip address had been changed to avoid conflict w/ isp...

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I am concerned I was hacked, and would like to know if being redirected to routerloggin.com and being told my ip address had been changed is legit, and why this would happen. Thank you. (I tried to upload screen grab of message but it never loaded)

I am concerned I was hacked, and would like to know if being redirected to routerloggin.com and being told my ip address had been changed is legit, and why this would happen. Thank you. (I tried to upload screen grab of message but it never loaded)
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Was able to upload screen grab of redirected address/message here.

Was able to upload screen grab of redirected address/message here.
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jscher2000
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Were you trying to access an address associated with your router or some other address? Is only one address affected?

When I try to connect to www.routerlogin.com (with one g) I get this page instead:

https://www.netgear.com/home/products/networking/routerlogincom.html

"You may not be connected to your Router’s WiFi network. To access routerlogin.com, your device must be connected to your Router’s WiFi network. Check your current connection and try again."

If you are not confident that the domain is redirecting correctly, you could try accessing your router through its IP address.

If you are concerned that your router might have been hacked, you may want to check for suggestions from Netgear.

Were you trying to access an address associated with your router or some other address? Is only one address affected? When I try to connect to www.routerlogin.com (with one g) I get this page instead: https://www.netgear.com/home/products/networking/routerlogincom.html "You may not be connected to your Router’s WiFi network. To access routerlogin.com, your device must be connected to your Router’s WiFi network. Check your current connection and try again." If you are not confident that the domain is redirecting correctly, you could try accessing your router through its IP address. If you are concerned that your router might have been hacked, you may want to check for suggestions from Netgear.
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