Linksys Wireless Router :: 4200 V1 Setting Access To HTTPS
Jan 28, 2012
To improve the security of my 4200 v1 router, I turned on in the router configuration "Access via HTTPS" and after the reboot I could not access my router via the browser even when I click on the browser message to continue. What do I need to configure either in the router or my browser to use HTTPS?
My HP Microserver (Ubuntu +Samba+Apache) is connected via LAN. I have notebook (Windows 7). To my server (FILE+WEB) I have access only when I connected via LAN cable. In windows 7 i see my server and have access to the files. Webserver works also properly: access with the name of the server in web browser.
But by WiFI connection, there is no access ! The server has the reserved local IP-address, like 192.168.1.200.
What should I do to solve it? By typing "192.168.1.200" i see the localhost page, but nothing more!
I can not access my Linksys E3000 router via https://192.168.1.1.Before this mishap, I was able to gain access to my Linksys E3000 router via http://192.168.1.1 and/or the Cisco Connect software application on Windows 7. Yesterday, I went into my router's administration page and disabled http, and enabled https. I then closed out all browsers, restarted them and entered https://192.168.1.1
After that, I learned quickly I made a huge mistake to make these changes. I simply can not access my router admin wired or wirelessly. Accessing the internet works great, but router admin page is a no go.Firefox and IE states, "There is a problem with this website's security certificate." and was unable to proceed.Firefox even gave me the option to accept a security exemption to proceed, but that failed.
I have also tried using the Cisco Connect utility, and that also failed. I have taken these steps and not been able to access my router's admin page.I don't want to take the last final resort to reset my router and re-enter my settings again. I know I saved the router's backup file somewhere, but can't find it.Is there another way for me to gain access via https with http disabled? All I want to do now is go back in and change it back to enable http access.
I have the E4200. I have two networks, a 2.4 for internet, and a 5gHz for media. I want to have a wired connection to the 5gHz network as some of the media is on my PC. However, it seems I can only have a wired connection to the 2.4gHz network. Is there any way to do this?
I was unable to access the web admin on my WRT160n v3 w/ latest firmware this morning. Reset config to defaults & was able to get in. Enabled HTTPS access & disabled HTTP access & was right back where I started; reset to defaults again & left both boxes checked. Can access via HTTP, but HTTPS requests get refused/reset.
The reason I needed access was that when I booted up my laptop this morning, my wireless card wasn't picking up an IP address via WIFI, only worked via ethernet, so I need to see what was going on there — several reboots of the router didn't fix, nor has it fixed the HTTPS access problem described above.
My linksys 4200 was set up some time ago for me, (unsecured) and was working fine. I was having problems with just 1 desktop that was using a usb wireless adapter, so I went and purchased a new cisco ae2500. While connecting I used the push button that it described, only it knocked out the network, and all the other computers are now off of the network. The new network(s) are Cisco_WPS_42526 (secure) and Cisco_WPS_42526-guest. Not knowing the network key and the guys that set it up are gone, I tried the guest. WHICH REQUIRES A PASSWORD!!!! I can now not get ANY of my computers online! How do I find the security, or the password? Why would you need a password for an insecure network anyway?
When accessing the E3200 router using then ERROR 501.Not Implemented.That method is not implemented. The error occured after enabling the "Local Management Access, Access via: HTTPS" option on the Administration > Management tab.I tried different browsers FireFox (version 10), Internet Explorer (version 8,9), the same error was displayed and no acces granted to the E3200 router. I reseted the router and tried the latest firmware 1.0.03 build 9 Feb 1, 2012, but after enablib the option the issue occured again and it is not possible to connect to the router.
i have 2 rv042 with a vpn tunnel between them.the problem is that i can't access https over the VPN !if i telnet 192.168.10.1 443 through the VPN, it's not working either. if i telnet 192.168.10.1 443 in my 192.168.10.0 network it's working so it's reall the VPN tunnel the problem.
I just bought a Linksys E4200 wireless router. I have an old Linksys WRT160N wireless router. I would like to setup the WRT160N downstairs to wire the DirecTv box and PS3 to it. Then wirelessly connect to the E4200 upstairs where our modem is connected. Can the WRT160N be used as an access point to do this or do I need other equipment?
I have a small business and IT guy is on vacation for a few weeks. We have a LAN network as well as a wireless router in the office. We have one LAN port in our warehouse, but instead of running 200 ft of cable to the area where I need a connection, I wanted to use that port to hook up a WRT150 N Home Router as an access point to set-up wireless downstairs. I have reset the router, but when I hook it up to a PC downstairs, I cannot even get a LAN internet connection. I have shut everything down and rebooted, but nothing. Our main router (WRV54G) is connected to the address 192.168.1.1. I'm not sure how to install the wireless on the WRT150N if I can't get an internet connection at all, and then how do I change it to an access point. I need to get this up soon otherwise I would wait for my IT guy to come back.
setting up my new WRT54GL.this is my first encounter with a wireless router, though I've had 3 previous Linksys (hardwired) routers.I have to say, given that they give virtually no Mac support, it was a breeze….just plugged it in to my cable modem and my laptop and - boom - on the net on my first try!I'm able to access the router via it's web-based system and can now "tweak" with settings, but I'm running in to a lot of "tweakable" settings that I'm not familiar with.
First my setup. I have; (a.) 3 desktop Macs and a Samsung TV hardwired to the four Ethernet ports and (b.) my Mac laptop accessing the router via Airport Extreme wifi. All are happily accessing the web.But I realize that the reason that "(b.)" is accessing the web is that I've changed no default settings in the router and, not only can *I* access the router via wifi, but probably anyone driving down the road or sitting out in front of my house can access the web via my wifi. And I'd like to change that.I'm *guessing* that the router settings i need to change lie in the "Wireless Security" area of the router? And it's here that I'm running in to a lot of "tweakable" settings that I don't understand.But let me give an example of what I would *like* to accomplish.
Let's say that there are 3 different laptops…."A", "B" and "C". All 3 are Macs and running Airport Extreme.Now, "A" is my laptop, sitting here on my desk next to the router. As i leave Airport always turned on, I want "A" to *always* have access to the routers wifi *without* having to enter a username/password, i.e. when i turn "A" on, it's wired.Now "B" might be the laptop of a friend who happens by the house and need access. They would need to find my network on their laptop and then i would need to give them a password to let them get on .And finally, "C" is the guy I don't know out in the street whom I want to *never* have access to my network.So my question then is, can I accomplish this by changing settings in "Wireless Security" on my router and how/what would I change?
I would like to explain my situation. My house has 2 floors. My broadband modem is on the 2nd floor. I have an ea 2700 linksys router there, connected to the broadband modem. However, i can't get a good wireless signal on 1st floor, therefore i bought a second router, an e 4200 linksys.
I searched the web, and connected both routers via Ethernet cable, plugging them in lan ports. The ea2700 was only configured wireless security passwords. The e4200 had it's ip renamed to 192.168.1.2 and DHCP server turned off. Well, i have a problem here. the second router, doesn't give me access to internet.
i have a verizon usb720 modem. i want to set up my wirless printer. Previously i had this set up by a profesional. I bought a new computer and am now trying to set this up. I have a linksys router as well wrt54g how is tis done. you cannot connect anything to the modem but i have read that you can turn the router into an access point.
I have an issue with new Win8 & IE10. When I try to access web management interface of my wrt160nl (Firmware Version: 1.00.01 B15) via HTTPS I'm receiving the foolowing message:"Continue to this website (not recommended)." If I click on it another error page appears:"Certification error: Navigation blocked. There is a problem with this website's security certificate"
At the same time I'm able to acccess the management interface via HTTPS, but from my laptop with Win7 & IE9. There if I click on the red Certificate Error > View certificate and the certificate information is:Issued by: Linksys Issued to: Linksys Valid from : 1.1.2009 to 1.1.2010
So I'd like to know if I could update the router certificate or what settings should I use in IE10 in order to access the web management interface via HTTPS?
My internet provider is telus and they gave me a modem/router combo model VA-G3810bn/tl and another router a linksys wrt310n and i want to by pass the router built into the modem so my linksys will put out a signal instead as it is faster connection any im using windows seven and mozilla firefox if that matters
2 linksys routers a E1000 (fw v2.1.02) and a E4200 (fw v1.0.03) aren't accessable via HTTPS. Both via LAN https://router-ip and via wan https://isp-router-ip:8080 . Both routers are configured correctly (allready did a rerstore to fact. defaults. while having a chat with linksys live chat support). Everything without a result.
Ie9 doesn't accept the linksys/cisco certificate. after the first warning ie9 just sais that it's unable to show the page .
I did some testing and found that it doesn't work with a win7 +IE9 (up to date updates) and also not on a win XP +IE8 (up to date updates), win XP +chrome (up to date updates).
And it works on a old image (virtual Pc) of WIN XP- IE6 (no up to date updates) and win XP(up to date updates) +firefox (older version) .
i tried to export the certificate using the xp-ie6 virtual pc. and import it else where, but that works within the lan. Over the WAN it's a " NO GO" . Is this a " Microsoft" or a " linksys/cisco" issue?
This problem just started. I am unable to load certain https sites (for work). If i directly connect to ethernet, it works, so my isp isnt my problem. When i try to connect to the sites, it says "sending request" then times out. I have played around with the settings non stop and nothing has worked. I have a mac running 10.7.5.
Just upgraded my E4200 to firmware 1.0.03 (from 1.0.01). I have some new issues, questions, and some outstanding issues.
1) Web interface over https is now painfully slow. 2) Does DDNS work in bridge mode? DynDNS allows the sending of an update without an IP address, so it should be able to work. 3) Does accessing the management interface in bridge mode count as local or remote? 4) I'd really like to be able to get WOL working through the router. I managed to create a static DHCP reservation for 192.168.1.254 to ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff, but I don't think the router added that entry to the ARP table, is there any way to do this.
(I think have WOL forwarded to 192.168.1.254). 5) Should the router be providing some local dns hostnames? For example I have the device name set up in the local network setup, but it won't resolve. Similar for connected devices, especially those with with a DHCP reservation. 6) In bridge mode, does it matter which port is used to connect to the other network device? Does it have to be the WAN port?
bought EA4500 router and successfully installed. The configuration of the desktop i use is - Windows 7 Home Premium SP 1, IE 9.0 and Chrome -23 Dual core Pentium, 2.5 GHZ, 2GB RAM Issue - Many websites, perticularly secured (HTTPS) are not opening up with new router. (Net banking, yahoo mail etc) I didn't face any issue with my old router which is WRT54GH, it is quite old router and did work excellent and working also. I had two calls with CISCO support team, they did check everything and came to conclusion that the issue is with router and asked to get it replaced. I did that but facing same issue. This time i connected my friends laptop to EA4500 along with my personal desktop. My company laptop has following configuration - Windows 7 Enterprise, IE 8.0 Dual core Pentium, 2.67 GHZ, 2GB RAM I tried yahoo mail, net banking websites on my desktop and friends laptop, these websites didn't open in my desktop but no issues faced on friend's laptop. I also noticed that cisco, apple sites are not opening on my desktop but no issue on friends laptop. I tried same thing with my old router WRT54GH, and all sites opened on both the PCs.
I'm having wrt610n and there is an issue, i can login to the config page via http, but using the same computer i'm not able to login there via https but the same time i can login via ipad and the other computer, using the https.i even tried to reset the router settings, but the result was the same, so what PC option can cause it?
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?
I have never setup an wireless access point before and am having some issues. I have a Linksys WAP54G ver 3.1. A friend gave it to me and he said it was working when he pulled it out of his office.I defaulted the device and using the wizard have the following setup:
Setup: Network: Device Name - Linksys WAP54G Configuration Type - Static IP IP Address: 10.0.0.239 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
When I try to connect to it via my laptop I get the error: "Windows was unable to connect to XXXXX"
I am connected to internet via a cable modem, via the LAN cable, I connect cable modem to WAG120N that I want to use as an wireless access point only. And I have got 2 PC, 1 runs on XP, the other on runs on Windows 7. My XP would have no trouble to connect to wireless, but the Win7 can only connect to wireless network, but no internet. When I try the troubleshooting from Win 7, it says, DNS server isnt responding The setting I am using at the moment is Bridged mode only, without entering any values of DNS, IP, etc Is there any setting that work for both OS?
I'm trying to enable LAG between WLC and a Juniper switch EX-4200 but it is not working.
In the lab i managed to enable LACP between Cisco 2960 and juniper EX-4200 and works with the atached configs that i found on juniper forum. Also LACP between Cisco 2960 and WLC works with te same config, but never between the WLC and Juniper. I've tried with passive mode and slow mode, always seems that juniper is not seeing the WLC BPDUs. I tried with WLC 4402 and 5508 both with 7.0 firmware.
I need to control the rate at which my WUSB600N adapter connects to my access point. By default, it rate adapts through negotiation with the access point based on a set of possible rates. Can I restrict the set of rates my adapter can use (without re-writing the driver ). I've looked at netsh which provides stats about the rate my adapter is actually using but doesn't appear to allow me to set the desired rate. I'm using Windows Vista by the way.