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Locked out of E4200

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Mikesvagen, Apr 19, 2014.

  1. Mikesvagen

    Mikesvagen Reformed Router Member

    I am using Tomato Firmware on my E4200, I have wireless access locked down to only the devises used in the home. I went in to add a Chromecast Dongle and accidentally selected "grant access to this devise only" or something to that affect and now I cannot connect to the router. I cannot use 192.198.1.1 to access settings. I reset using the button in the back but still have the same issue. The Chrome dongle is connected via WI-FI but nothing else can connect. I cannot even connect vie Ethernet... Any Ideas??

    Mike
     
  2. Spyros

    Spyros LI Guru Member

    If DHCP is disabled after the reset, you have to set a static ip to your client
     
  3. Mikesvagen

    Mikesvagen Reformed Router Member

    I did not disable DHCP. I set it to allow access by MAC address.

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  4. PeterT

    PeterT Network Guru Member

    Fake out the MAC address on a PC to be the same as the Chromecast device...
     
  5. Grimson

    Grimson Networkin' Nut Member

    Which Tomato version are you using? If it's a Toastman build DHCP is disabled by default, so if you reset the router it will be disabled.
     
  6. Mikesvagen

    Mikesvagen Reformed Router Member

    It's been a while do not not remember the version. However if I cannot access settings what difference does it make? When I type 192.168.1.1 (hardwired) I get nothing. When I search for wireless networks I see wireless1 and wireless 2 unsecured. I can join the wireless one (status on client show connected but no Internet connecton).


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  7. jerrm

    jerrm Network Guru Member

    Have tried the first suggestion - set a static IP on the client and use a wired connection? If you can't access the router that way then the router is hosed in unknown ways. Erase NVRAM by whatever means a 4200 supports (30-30-30?) and start over.
     
  8. Mikesvagen

    Mikesvagen Reformed Router Member

    Success in getting in. I set a static IP on my laptop and it allowed me to access 192.168.1.1 Now to get my home network back up and running. Thanks guys I was bangning my head against the wall over this.
     

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