Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT54G Webpage Does Not Load Correctly
Mar 6, 2008
I own a wireless WRT54G, which has worked fine in the past. After setting up a new wireless network, I went to the router webpage to open some ports. The problem with the page loading is that it doesn't display correctly. No clickable text is displayed on the top of the page or the side bar, so I basically can't do anything whatsoever to configure it. I've tried loading it up in both Firefox and Internet Explorer, with IE saying the page loaded but with errors.
have been trying to load LMS3.2.1 on a 2008 VM ware box. Initially had problems with services having to be manually changed or forced. Once that was overcome it logs in but Apache feeds a never-ending 302 redirects until either the browser of the web server aborts.
I recently implemented an ASA 5520 HA pair with CSC-SSM-20s in each non stateful per cisco. The CSC management sits in a management subnet 192.168.4.0/24 with the management interface of the ASA as its default gateway in the same subnet. Ever since the implementation frequently webpages will not load correctly, the formating will not look right and pictures will be red x. If you hit f5 to refresh the pages loads fine. If I add a deny any any eq 80 rule before the permit any any eq 80 the issue appears to go away. TAC can't seem to find anything worng. All we want to do is use a simple web content filter with the check boxes in the global filtering policy. ASA is running 8.2(5) and CSC is running 6.3.1172.0. Everything else works fine SVC and rules and such. [code]
E4200v2 DMZ does not appear to work correctly?I have two e4200v2 both with latest firmware and it appears to me that the DMZ setting does not work. I continue to have to apply many port forwarding and triggering rules to make needed ports accessible.
I did nothing different to my computer. It was online fine and then an hour later when I came back, it wouldn't load any pages. I have a DSL modem and a wireless router that also connects another family member's desktop to the Internet. (As well as our phones via wifi.). The connection is fine on the other PC through a wireless adapter (both are desktops), and on the wifi the phones work perfectly so I know the modem and router aren't the problem. But even though my desktop says it's connected (not wirelessly, it directly connects to the router.), no pages will load. If I use chrome browser it eventually tells me this webpage is not available regardless of which page I try to load, or sometimes it's telling me no data received - unable to load the webpage because the server sent no data. Yet oddly a couple of times after forever it seemed to half load a couple pages. Internet Explorer just keeps trying to load pages forever with blank white page as a result.
Experienced the same sort of behaviour with an ACE 4710 version A3 (2.5). When trying to connect to a webpage on port 443, the pages over 1 minute to download fully. I have timed the download using the plug-in firefox. What is strange is that the browser successfully makes the connection, 200OK etc, but each 'get' takes a very long time to transfer. If I go directly to the server and don't pass via the ACE the page takes between .7 and 1 second to transfer.Is there a way to speed this transfer up, I am currently looking at connection maps.
Since a couple of weeks I have a linksys EA6500. When I go to the device list to see which devices are online the device list is not displayig the correct data. I see devices online that are offline and also devices are offline that are at the moment online. When I try to delete a device that is offline in the list I get error 2315. I have that error in the local and cloud interface. The list has a frozen state from a particular moment.
When I reboot the router then all devices in the list have status offline and the device list stays that way. Nothing gets online anymore or will be added. When I reset the router to factory default all keeps working without problems for approximately 24 hours and after that the problem occurs again. The list freezes again and you are not able to delete a device.
I searched the forums but no one has this problem. I only can find a post that describes my problem but for them a reset worked. In my case a factory reset works also but the problem keeps coming back.
So i see tons of threads here and on google talking about dns issues with their linksys router but I never see a solution other than to locally change the dns servers on the client machine to prevent it from using the linksys router dns. My router is the WRT310Nv2 running the latest firmware but I see others are affected as well. url...My issue is this router continues to fail dns resolutions and I have to either reset it or tell my client machine not to use my router as a point of dns resolution.
1. Why is my router failing to resolve domains correctly?
I have done this before on this exact model about a month ago, so it's still fresh in my mind on port forwarding. (note, I'm using firmware version: 1.0.00) I am running a windows 7 computer wirelessly using this router.What I do for port forwarding is type in router IP (192.168.2.1) in internet explorer, type in "default" as username and "admin" as password. I click the "applications and gaming" link which brings me to port range forwarding.
I fill in my port info, in this case a mine craft server running on 25565. I set up two of the same ports, different names both at the same port, one running TCP and the other UDP, when it worked previously the "both" option did not work correctly. (I used to have a private network that a buddy of mine set up a while back, and I doubt he remembers what to do and I don't know where the manual is to make a new one, searching the internet sends me spam of people asking questions.)
I read somewhere it may have something to do with DHCP server settings conflicting with my IP. My IPv4 address reads 192.168.2.100, and the DHCP settings says the same.
I'm currently using a Belkin F5D8233 wireless router and an HP DV6 laptop. My internet used to work just fine, but after I reinstalled my OS a couple of months ago I started having a funny problem. My internet will randomly stop working, I'll visit facebook, check a blog, and then i'll try to check my email and the page won't load. Then my internet won't work again until I reset my computer. The weirdest part is that Windows acts there's nothing the matter. The little icon in the notification bar still says it's connected and if I click repair, windows tells me there's nothing to repair. My wife has a different laptop and she's still able to access the internet fine after I've been kicked off. I've checked for a router firmware update and it's up to date. I bought a usb wireless-n adapter thinking my laptop's adapter might be bad and that didn't work. I considering buying a new router, but I'm not confident that will solve the problem since my wife's internet is still fine and because my internet works again when I reset, so it's not like the router is blocking my IP right?
I am a powerbook G4 user, Mac's wireless is good so far.OSX 10.4.11 and when I am using E1000 extender, often the admin page shows up automatically like 192.168.1.1 and asks me to log in and once I log into the admin page, of corse show up the admin page.So, all my other internet pages are gone every time.Only shows the admin page.It does not happen with windows PCs.
Every time I try to connect to the admin page of my router, I get "The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading." This happens with FIrefox 11, and started when I upgraded to 8 or 9. A machine running FF 3.6 does not exhibit this problem; I get right in. What IE 9 says is "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" (after complaining about the expired certificate).
I ran Wireshark to see if I could learn anything, but all I could figure out was this: https handshake was OK. First TLS packet is received by router, which then immediately issues a reset and ends the connection. I don't know why.
have I got a screwed up configuration (or router)?
I have installed my E3200 downstream from the Verizon FiOS Actiontec (going the other way disables FiOS functions). 1. My browser can get to the E3200 (192.168.1.2) when connected via wireless, but not when connected via ethernet cable. 2. When going to connect wirelessly, the 2GHz connection is visible but the 5 GHz connection is not (I have them named differently). How do I see both wireless connections?
WRT120N router: After several hours on the phone with Technical support I got nowhere. Guy had me putting in "admin" in the user name then the PW. I kept getting the 401 authorization required message. After all that I reset my router and used the disk to setup again. After that I went again to the 192.168.1.1 and got the request for authorization, entered admin in the PW and it does nothing, just reloads the request and browser keeps connecting. I have WIN 7 HP, use Firefox 5.0 mostly, but tried on IE8 as well and it does the same thing. I am attempting to open a port.
I'm having some difficulty getting into the settings web page on my e4200 router while the modem is running. I can access it soon as the modem is turned off. Additionally I downloaded the Android cisco express connect app for my tablet which does allow me to access the router while the modem is switched on.
I have a continuing problem with my WRT54G2 wireless router. I set up my network, changing the password for the router, and I change the SSID, as well as the encryption password. When I set it up, and after changing passwords etc. I always log off, go back and log on, and it works fine. Once I set up the network, over time, I'll notice a device will no longer connect via wireless. When that happens, I try to log on to the router, and can not connect to the router using either Firefox or IE. When I try, I get Internal Server Error, or just nothing. I can ping the router, and if I run an IPCONFIG at this point, the default gateway does show 192.168.1.1. Every time this starts to happen, I must do a hard reset of the router. Once I do this, I can connect, and log on using the default settings, and re-set everything. This is a HUGE pain, as it takes a lot of time, and happens way too often.
WRT120N router: After several hours on the phone with Technical support I got nowhere. Guy had me putting in "admin" in the user name then the PW. I kept getting the 401 authorization required message. I reset my router and used the disk to setup again. After that I went again to the 192.168.1.1 and got the request for authorization, entered admin in the PW and it does nothing, just reloads the request and browser keeps connecting. I have WIN 7 HP, use Firefox 5.0 mostly, but tried on IE8 as well and it does the same thing. I am attempting to open a port. Also the support site has been down for over 13 hours for routine maintenance service.
I'm trying to setup a DVR camera system and two web page server boxes behind a Linksys WRT54GL. The problem I have is that all of the devices want to use port 80 to generate the web page. Individually, I can get the boxes to work, but when I try to put it all together everything seems to fall apart. I've got to the DVR set to External port 80, Internal Port 80 IP address 192.168.1.254. The web page server box I try to set to External port 8001, Internal port 80, IP address 192.168.1.200, when I try to save this setting I get the error message Internet IP address and LAN IP address are in the same subnet. If I change the web page server settings to External port 8001, Internal port 8001, IP address 192.168.1.200, it will save the settings, but it won't work that way because it won't actually generate a web page when I try to access that port.The error message doesn't seem to make since as all I'm changing is the port number, not the IP address or subnet mask.
I cannot get into my Linksys WRT160N router web page. I'm hardwire connected to the router. My computer is using DHCP IP addressing. The router has assigned it the standard 220.127.116.11. I can ping the router at 192.168.1.1. Wireless and Wired connections through the router to the internet are OK, no trouble accessing internet sites. Linksys advisor displays the router address as 192.168.1.1, so it has not been changed from the factory default. The advisor shows my networked devices clear back to the internet and claims there are no problems. After entering 192.168.1.1 into IE, IE appears to connect and is waiting for the router to respond. After a few minutes, it times out with failure to connect message. I've tried Safe mode with internet access, I've temporarily disabled my Windows and McAfee Firewalls, and the McAfee virus scanner. All to no avail.
All Installed my AE1000 this evening, after two go`s got it to work BUT the Cisco installer comes up with "Our customer support team can assist Your Linksys Adapter was not successfully setup." but it is working .. I never got the screen with the four "bubbles" (as per the instructions here on the Cisco website)
I changed the router ip to 192.168.0.2 from 192.168.0.1. I don't know what type of connection, i have to use. It have the following options: Static IP, DHCP etc. The internet connectivity status shows 'disconnected'.I'm currently using the lan to connect to net. ISP gave me a username and password to Login with a browser to start browsing. Since multiple devices are use in same connection, they provided 2 IP.
have problem with WRT54GH, almost every second page after reload gets an error message: Error 101 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET): The connection was reset. Tried both on IE, Firefox, Chrome Tried to disable antivirus, no effect, the pages still load not all the time, firmware upgraded to the latest version. Before didi not have such problem with Zyxel W330EE.
I'm looking to upgrade my WRT54G as I have had NO luck in getting my Galaxy Tab to connect through it so far (can connect and get an IP address but can't get out to the web) and have had intermittent problems with my Blu-ray lately. I am looking for something with the best affordable range, live 3 floors down from the current one and get about 3/4 signal strength so there's not much interference it seems. I watch a lot of online content through Hulu, Netflix, and LMB games and share with 2 other people.I am looking at the E series, probably the E1200, 1500 or 1550 as they seem to meet my needs. Any users have any advice about the ease of install and use of either of these? Or would it be better to get a gateway as we are considering going from DSL to U-verse service, twice the speed for $2/month more
Short version: when running devices through my e2000 into my CM100 modem, internet access is unstable, packets are lost, and certain websites simply will not load. I am using my apartment complex's **bleep** internet (and I have no choice in the matter) which registered the MAC address of the CM 100. When I run through the CM100 directly, everything works fine. What can I do to fix this?
Long version: I have an e2000 router connected to my PC, Xbox, and wireless devices. The router is then connected to a CM100 cable modem. The modem is connected to my apartment complex's internet access. They required the MAC address of the cable modem. The routed showed an apartment complex domain when I went hunting around, but there is no login to it, and I was never told anything else about the connection.
When I run the router through the modem, the internet access is lousy. Certain websites will never load, the connection drops, and packets are lost. When I run directly through the modem, the connection works perfectly.
I note that the CM100 assigns IP addresses if it cannot get any from the ISP, and there appears to be no way to turn it off. I have tried disabling DHCP on the router, but it did not work. I have changed the router's IP address, but that did not work. I have even tried turnign the router into a simple wireless access point, but that did not work. The modem is at 192.168.100.1, while the router is on 192.168.1.1. Should I change my router's location to 192.168.100.x?