Make sure you disconnect your laptop from any wifi network, especially the Guest network.
If you was connected directly, and had no connection to the guest wifi network, then you should have been able to access http://192.168.0.1 when you could get to a few websites.
I believe it. I have no reason not to. I just can't, for the life of me, figure out why it won't connect to it.
One of the difficult things is that one of the more adept people could probably figure it out pretty quickly were the computer in front of them, or at least figure out where the problem lie even if it couldn't be fixed right away, but that's the unfortunate thing about trying to do it through this Community, or any other form of social media, for that matter. It's frustrating, for sure, as it is for you, too.
I feel for you.
May seem obviuos but have you tried a new, known good, ethernet cable?
This is a pretty interesting problem you've got and I'd like to help out. After looking at your system I see there are 2 devices currently connected to the 2.4Ghz wireless band with MAC addresses ending in 3c:18:8a and 6b:fb:e3 (last one is showing as an Android device). There are currently no devices detected on the 5Ghz band or wired LAN connection. This does not mean something isn't connected, but might be powered off or asleep.
So I want to break this down based on the infromation I have so far:
1. None of my devices recognize the IP address 192.168.0.1...
1a. ...but all devices can load google, yahoo, Facebook websites.
2. When I use search engine for Google I can't click on any other links of websites I want to visit.
In regards to 1 and 1a, can you try visiting http://systemcontrolcenter.com instead of the IP address?
For 2 if you can get to google but not the results, this is usually a caching issue. Does that same behavior occur on all your devices?
Lastly, can you try to ping a few sites in command prompt? 192.168.0.1, google.com are good starts. Let us know the results. I hope this helps us move forward faster on getting your issue resolved.