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Wrv200 - Config Page Access Problem

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by tvos, Jun 27, 2006.

  1. tvos

    tvos Network Guru Member

    this is weird guys and gals!

    a few weeks ago when I recieved my wrv200 I noticed wifi signal drops. decided to upgrade the firmware, no problems eh!

    well, after i upgraded the firmware i was able to get into the configuration page - no biggie. after a few days later, i could not
    access into the config page.

    i tried every trick in the book - reset to default, admin/admin, leaving the id/pass blank or and using admin. - nada!

    so i sent the router back to newegg and they sent me a new one - actually got the router for $5.00 cheaper because they gave me credit on shipping/handling of $15.00 - not bad eh!

    anyways, new router ohhh happy joy.. same problem, can't access config page with laptop. switched laptops and was able to access the config page. the old laptop would login and try to access the dhcp status page and not load.

    the laptop is a armada 700 notebook by compaq. i've used it zillons of times connecting to the wrv54g vpn router and config page. so long story short, i have a suspicion that the wrv200 could be denying access to the router because of the nic adapter after login or it could be a bug? i actually took the time out and re-imaged my laptop thinking it could have been software - running windows xp pro.

    anyways, from what i see so far with the router - my wife has been able to connect wifi w/o any problems or signal loss. i still have to give it the Tvos stress test but from what I see with this as Doclarge puts it - the router is a jem!

    tvos
     
  2. svg1

    svg1 Network Guru Member

    I had the same problem with both the wrv's i had .

    To access the config page you need to remove part of the url in the address bar .

    Example if you attempt to login & see http://192.168.1.1/SetupPPPoE.htm in the address bar then remove the /SetupPPPoE.htm part of the url leaving http://192.168.1.1
     

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