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 ...
For about a month or two now, I've not been able to connect to my router's admin page @ 192.168.1.1 I am using a D-Link DSL-2680 router.
Whenever I go to connect to 192.168.1.1 in my Web Browser, it just sits there trying to connect and does nothing. But eventually after some minutes I get the error: 'This web page is not available The web page at http://192.168.1.1/ might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address. Error 101 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET): Unknown error.' Here is a screenshot:
I tried pressing the reset button on the back of my router, but it would just sit there with the green power LED and another green LED just flashing constantly (I assume this is the ethernet 1 cable LED) and this happens for more than 10 minutes.
All I want to do is just port forward my game servers again without the use of Hamachi or other programs
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.
Region : Netherlands Model : TL-WDR4300 Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : ISP :
I have a question regarding the admin page on the router. Default it seems to accept only http access and I cannot find the option to switch this to ssl over https. Now the admin password goes across the WLAN in clear text which is not secure and not what I want. Is there any way to change the setting so the page is only accessible through https?
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.
Motorola wr850gp wireless router. The default ip is 192.168.10.1. I attempted to use it as a wireless access point and now it is not working at all. I tried connecting the router LAN port to the computer and 192.168.10.1 pulls up nothing.I tried connecting the modem to the WAN port and the LAN port of the router to the PC, but then I have no internet access at all. I tried resetting the router, still nothingAll lights on the router are green. I don't know what the heck is going on?
I don't have to completely reset my router as I have a ton of configs on it. Anyway, recently for some reason, I lost all access to my admin page. Cisco Connect also cannot find the router. Funny thing is that all of my wireless profiles work just fine. Meaning all of the computers in my home connect to the internet just fine using the router. Both the guest access and WPA connected machines.[url]...
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 have this problem since updating my firmware from 1.00.12 to 1.0016 (Annex A)
Problem: After leaving the router on for 1 day(dont know exactly how many hours), I tried logging in again on the admin page 192.168.1.1. Auth box appears, put username & password, but blank page after that. Tried using Safari/Firefox and it's the same. Router is working, all the LED lights are good, Internet is working, DHCP and all other config is normal. It's just that I can't access the admin page anymore.
When I power on/off the device, the problem is gone. Admin page is accessible again. But after some number of hours again, same problem blank admin page.
Does it has something to do with the router config like g.dmt/dsl 2 ?
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?
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.
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 recently tried to edit settings on my E3200 and was unable to get to the page. I typed in 192.168.1.1 in the address bar, made sure no proxies were enabled and tried on wired and wireless computers and all the times it said "page could not be displayed" i haven't not reset with the button on the back. I also did an map scan of the router and this is what came up
Interesting ports on 192.168.1.1: Not shown: 65531 closed ports PORT STATE SERVICE 139/tcp open netbios-ssn 443/tcp open https 445/tcp open microsoft-ds 1780/tcp open unknown
I finally managed to set up this DSL modem / router on Sunday to replace my old Billion router. I set it up with DHCP and running on IP 192.168.1.254.Last night, the power tripped, and when everything came up again the entire network was dead - PC's were not getting IP's from DHCP.I connected a known working cable directly from laptop to router and attempted to access 192.168.1.254, nothing.So I reset the router and try again to the default IP 192.168.1.1. Nothing. Tried another PC, nothing.Restart router, try again, nothing. Plugged into my other router and try again, nothing. When I initially got the router I had the same problem until one day it just worked, still no idea why
I have been through three chat sessions on this without resolution and support tells me just to factory reset. After some time (weeks) after a successful local login to the admin page subsequent attempt to login just hang. After entering the admin password the page changes and says "Waiting" under revolving circles. It will sit there for over 1 hour. I have tried IE, chrome and firefox on Windows 7 and Windows 8 on three different machines and it behaves the same. Of course I have to go through this same process with the support people every time and every time they come to the conclusion that I have to do a factory reset. But so far Linksys denies that there is a defect.
I have set up a second E4200 as an AP.Even though I’m getting a signal from it I can’t open the ADMIN page. Also, it’s NOT showing up on my main 4200 "DHCP client table'.I configured it as a static IP 192.168.1.145 during setup and still cannot get in. My ping to .145 comes back “timeout”!Since I’m getting a full signal from it, it must be working so why can’t I get in and why doesn't it show up?
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 am trying to log into my WRT610N version 2.0 Router admin page 192.168.1.1 using the secure HTTPS://192.168.1.1 protocol I have the router local management setting to allow both http and https access login:192.168.1.1/Management.asp I am using Microsoft IE version 10 and Firefox version 19.02 and latest Chrome browsers and none of them will work using the HTTPS protocol.This used to work in the past using older versions of the browsers though I would see a certicificate error warning.I have 2.00.01 build 15 firmware installed and I already tried reseting the router. Perhaps the router needs new firmware update to handle this with the latest browsers?
We have an SLM248G switch which seems to be giving a few problems. When attempting to access the switch, the admin page loads but after logging-in, the admin portal page does not load fully, see screenshot.
Even after a factory reset (reset button held), the issue continues. Is there any other workaround for completely resetting everything?
I recently replaced my RV042 with an RV042G. I did an export of the RV042 Config and used the Config Migration Tool to upgrade the file to v3 (I had an old v1 RV042). When I first logged in to the RV042G it was quite happy and I imported the config file successfully.After installing the RV042G in my system it fired up and worked perfectly. Unfortunately when I now try to log in via the web interface it comes up with 'Invalid Site Certificate' each time. I've tried importing the certificate but that does not work as it is flagged as invalid.All I can assume is I have either imported the origional RV042 certificate as part of the config or importing the config has corrupted the original RV042G site certificate. I assume this is a generic issue and not specific to the RV042G as I have had this problem before but cannot remember how I solved it.The bottom line would be a hard reset and load all my settings manually but I can't spare the time just now.
I have a D-Link dsl 2640u, it's a modem but since it has 4 ports im assuming it's also a router. My problem is that when i enter my ip address into the address bar it doesn't recognize it. I can't use Utorrent or anything that requires ports to be opened..and it's a pain in the butt. when I type ipconfig on my command prompt it brings up..172.16.X.X and when i enter it into the address bar nothing is found. I'd like to port forward by accessing the modem's config page.I read on another thread that i could set my own ip address by going to: Control Panel>Network and Sharing center> Local Area Network>Properties of Ipv6 and typing my own ip address but when i do this i lose my internet connection.
i'm having some trouble logging in as admin. I leave the password section blank as directed but it comes up as "incorrect password". I then tried the same using the "User" and it worked just fine but i cant change any of my settings.
I just bought the Dir-655 with 2.00 firmware. I am having trouble with my NAT on my game system and I have tried everything but I have everything setup on my router where it needs to be. I read somewhere, where a guy was having my same trouble and he upgraded his firmware to 2.03na. I have tried with no success whatsoever.
Downloading the file from the d-link website with no problems. But i keep getting the same message when i try to upgrade the router saying the file may be corrupt, the router is to busy, or I am not logged in as an Admin. I am the only one using the internet and I am logged into my router as the admin. it wont even start uploading the firmware to my router..
Router is a DIR-601 hardware B with firmware 2.00NA Using the router connected to a cable modem, I was unable to gain admin access via WAN.To troubleshoot the problem, I connected the router to the LAN side of my main router (DHCP server, DNS, etc.) The primary router correctly assigns a WAN IP to the 601. The 601 operates normally to access the Internet either via its WiFi or via Ethernet. The 601 is configured for a different IP address range on its LAN side so there is no IP address conflict possible with my main router.On Tools->Administration, Enable Remote Management is checked, Remote Admin port is 1080 (I've tried others), and Remote Admin Inbound Filter is set to Allow.In this case the WAN IP address of the router is 192.168.0.98. When I go to http://192.168.0.98:1080/ with a web browser from the WAN side, I get no response. From the same computer I can ping the router with "ping 192.168.0.98".I figure I have to be missing something here. It appears that this feature just is not there, but others must have this working. It seems like I've tried every possible combination of filters, port numbers, etc., but it just doesn't respond from the WAN side. (192.168.1.1 on port 80 works just fine from the LAN side.)