Cisco WAN :: Can't Access Point Admin Page (WAP4410n)
Feb 26, 2012
I'm having trouble setting up my WAP 4410n. I can connect to it wirelessly, I can ping it, but somehow when I try to connect to the admin intervace (in my case 192.168.1.36) I get the following error message:
"The connection was reset. The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading"
My I shut down my firewall, restarted my router, removed cookies and cleaned cache, but that's as far as my knowledge goes.
Moved into a new place, set up a connection. Server provider gives only one mac address, they set it on my router. They say that it should be working, make a restart and that's it. I did that but still no connection. Moreover, I cannot connect through the router at all and therefore cannot access router admin page to configure it either. Now what to do? Password for the router is correct. Even when I take down all the security, still I cannot connect.To be more specific, at first I could enter the router admin page, but since I didn't know how to configure it properly, I made some mistake. I think I choose setting "configure wireless network" and changed something there. After that I cannot access the admin page or connect through the router.
I just managed to get hold of an old second hand WAP4410N from a friend who got it for work but never really had the time to get it working. I powered it up and performed a 30/30/30 reset to get rid of anything he may have done to it but now I'm struggling to get to the management page. The power light is steady and the ethernet light shows activity but I can't seem to find it on any IPs. I've tried both hooking it into a router and setting up a laptop with an IP of 192.168.1.2, subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 and gateway of 192.168.1.245 and I still have no luck. I'll fiddle with it more tomorrow but it'll probably just involve messing around with more settings and resetting it again, nothing of any real structure. Is there any way of forcing a new firmware onto it over the MAC address or something, for example?
I have two wireless repeaters and can no longer access their set-up / admin page via default IP 192.168.10.1,I don't know the brand of the repeaters, which are commonly sold on eBay. Here's one example: eBay Item # 300829809133, They work well as repeaters, but it's frustrating that I can no longer access their set-up / admin page via default IP 192.168.10.1. Right now I have only one repeater plugged in and connected to my laptop via ethernet cable. The 2nd repeater is unplugged. The Wifi on my laptop is switched off and disabled, so I'm actually connected to the Internet via my laptop's ethernet port via ethernet cable to the repeater's ethernet port, then via wifi signal from the repeater to my Zyxel wireless router and Comcast cable modem. If I'm connected to the Internet via the repeater, why can't I access the repeater's set-up / admin page using default IP 192.168.10.1? When I enter http://192.168.10.1/ into Internet Explorer, I get only the error message "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage"
I have a BEFSR41 V2 working as dial in ADSL connection.While I changed my settings of the UPnP in the router I lost access to the admin page. Well most strange is that everything is working.I kept my internet access as well as the computer and printer access.The only thing I lost is access to the router admin page.The password it was not defaulted to admin, neither kept the password that I had set up.
I'm using my 655 as a WAP, so nothing is connected to the WAN port. Since I run a SBS2008 in my home, I also have the 655's DHCP disabled.If I enable Network Filtering, everything inbound/outbound on the LAN ports works except accessing the Admin page. Even if I put the connecting PC's LAN MAC in the tablet.
I need to set up some security cameras here, and the boss has a never used Cisco WAP4410N router. I gotta use my own personal laptop, it's a small netbook, Aspire One DN55E using Windows 7 and Firefox. The network switch is by ZHONE.The wireless accesspoint has green lights on power and wireless, but not on Ethernet or PoE. The switch has power as green, the status blinks green, and co mode is red, everything else is not on. The router is plugged into the first lan plug, I can't plug it in ethernet, as my plugs don't fit. My laptop is connected to the stitch in the secon hole, and the third hole on te switch is connected to the internet. My laptop is receiving wired internet, and it's working well. It's via comcast cable.Now, where it say's 'Configuring the wap4410N Access Point in the book that came with the router, under 'Launching the Web-Based COnfiguration Utility' I seem to from above already accomplished step 1, which is 'Connect your computer to the same network the WAP4410N Access Point is connected to.
Yet, in the next step, it says to configure to the same subnet access point.Now..... I've followed all sorts of things requiring me to do stuff with TCP-i4 and 6 in odd little places in my computer, I've typed in on my wireless network password the default access point in the book as well as the default mask, nothing. I went to firefox, and typed it in my browser, nothing- says each time it's taking too long.I can't configure it, the next step says launch firefox, and I can't pull this off, as firefox never finds that default address.This is too hard for something so simple. It shoud be plug in, software pops up on my computer, a quick wizard, and I'm done. It's been a few days, and I am sweating and hot and am thinking about reenacting scenes from terminator 2 at the cisco headquarters.
I recently purchased a WAP4410N and I have some problems getting it to work. I am on a 192.168.1 network so everything should be ready to go. I am unable to ping the default address 192.168.1.245 for the wireless. During the process of resetting the device I am able to ping it for a few seconds. I am able to see the wireless connection but I am unable to access it even though it is unsecured. All lights are on the device except the PoE light.
I want to extend the range for a Linksys router WRT160N. I don't have the possibility to use an access point with a wired connection. I read on this forum that can be used WAP4410N configured as repeater, without wired connection. Can someone who has used this solution to confirm that it works? What configuration should be done on the router WRT160N to permit wireless signal to be repeated by WAP4410N?
I have a Motorola Surfboard Modem connected to a Netgear 24-port switch. I bought the WAP4410N to provide wireless connectivity from the switch. All my PC's can get perfect connectivity via the switch but none of my wireless devices can connect at all. Sometimes I can get 1 PC to connect but what's strange is I can view my networked folders and such but cannot access the internet. I've upgraded the firmware to the latest May-2012. IPv4 and IPv6 are both set to automatic.
I bought my self a WRT120N as my wireless router for my house. and not a long ago i bought the WAP4410N, for my repeater (after i ask to some people).my house were concrete wall, it have about 15-20cm thick, and we try to avoid any wired LAN. The destinaton were unreachable with only WRT120N.it's look like this (what i want for the network on my home) : [code] i already tried to setting the WAP4410 as a wireless WDS repeater, and wireless client/repeater (with and without "Allow wireless stations to associate"). both were unable to connect (limited), although i get the signal. for the IP on the WAP4410N (192.168.0.50), i used static IP [IP, Subnet and Default Gateway were fill in] within the WRT120N range (192.168.0.2 ->192.168.0.51)
- how i configure my WAP4410N as a repeater?
- is there any settings that i must set on the WRT120N, before combining the WAP4410N?
Recently I have purchased two brand new wap4410n access points.
I have connected my computer directly to one of the access points, and attempted to connect to the Web Configuration utility through my web browser.
I'm using a: 09' MacBook Pro, running Snow Leopard and Safari 5.
I can access the login screen of the access point, although when I enter the default username: admin and password admin, the login screen returns an error: Invalid username and/or password (or something to that effect). The URL changes to: http://192.168.1.245/login.htm&no=3.
I have reset the device by holding in the reset button for thirty seconds, powered down, powered up and re-attempted to login.
I still get the same error as above.
I have attempted to access the Web Configuration utility on both access points, and both access points provide the same error. I have also tried using the username: cisco and password: cisco.
Cisco, when contacted, said both access points must be faulty and I should replace them.
The probability of such an occurrence happening with two devices seems very low, and leads me to think there must be other factors at play. The only constant I can think of is the fact I'm using the same computer to access the devices.
I have a new notebook Sony Z217GG, I connected WAP 4400N was very smooth, but after connected WAP 4410N, the internet connecting always connect and disconnect, I check the notebook wireless model is intel 6230.
I have a WAP4410N access point. In the datasheet, it shows that the Antenna Gain in dBi as 2. I need to increase the range of the access point by replacing the antenna with a 7dB one. I would like to know the maximum dBi supported by this access point.
My question is regarding gaining access to my Linksys wireless router configuration page. I recently turned my Linksys WRT54GL wireless router into an access point and since I have done so I am no longer able to access the configuration page for my router.
The problem that I am encountering is not one of connectivity, but rather entry. Prior to turning my wireless router into an access point I was able to connect to the router by means of my browser (192.168.1.1). I am still able to connect to the router, but whenever I type in a user name and password the router just simply does not recognize the information. I have tried resetting the router multiple times, but I am still denied access to my router despite having the correct user name and password. I have version 1.1 of the Linksys WRT54GL wireless router and have the latest firmware.
I followed this simple procedure to turn my DIR-655 into an access point: url...and it all worked except when I go to url... (which is where I left the router's IP address set) I don't get the DIR-655's admin login GUI, just a timeout. Since my main Linksys router is on 192.168.1.1, and my cable modem is at 192.168.100.1, and the DHCP addresses handed out by the Linksys router is from 192.168.1.100 to 192.168.1.149, getting to 192.168.0.1 should not be a problem. Functionally, the DIR-655 makes a great access point, wired and wireless are working very well, and I don't see any reason why I can't get to the web GUI admin page.I should be able to get to the DIR-655 router via the WAN port, as suggested in the procedure above, but I'd really really like to be able to get to it without having to connect a cable to the DIR-655 WAN port.
I'm plug with my laptop on the DLINK, no internet connexion available, and it's impossible to connect to 192.168.0.1 ..What am i suppose to do, i need to configure a static ip and specifics dns to get to the internet, and it seems that without internet i can't acces to 192.168.0.1 ...
Is there a way to put a login banner on the ACS admin web page? Either display it directly on the web page or do a redirect to a banner page? Can I edit the admin pages directly or does ACS provide a mechanism to add this type of feature?