WRTU54g Access

Discussion in 'Wireless Internet' started by John Keiser, Sep 2, 2013.

  1. John Keiser

    John Keiser Guest

    This is just a spare I picked up at a garage sale to play with.
    I can access setup wirelessly - and upgraded the firmware succesfully.
    For some reason I cannot ping [192.168.0.1] or access the setup screen
    through the wired connection.
    Reset does not help.
    A curiosity, to me.
    What am I missing?
    Thank you.
     
    John Keiser, Sep 2, 2013
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  2. John Keiser

    Pen Guest

    Isn't it 192.168.1.1 that you want? Most Linksys default
    locations are.
     
    Pen, Sep 2, 2013
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  3. John Keiser

    John Keiser Guest

    Yes, most are 192.168.1.1 but this is really "192.168.0.1" as marked on the
    device and how I accessed wirelessly.


     
    John Keiser, Sep 2, 2013
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  4. John Keiser

    Chris Davies Guest

    Some possibilities:
    * The wired connection is a WAN port rather than LAN
    * You're using a cross-over cable, and shouldn't be
    * The NIC is bust
    * Firewall prohibits access from the NIC
    * Firmware is the wrong version for the board

    Chris
     
    Chris Davies, Sep 2, 2013
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  5. John Keiser

    passerby Guest

    And that's probably when it reverted back to 192.168.1.1

    Which firmware, anyway? If it's something third-party like OpenWRT, then there
    may be dozens of different reasons you can no longer access it.
     
    passerby, Sep 2, 2013
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  6. John Keiser

    John Keiser Guest

    Cable and NIC work fine with a different Linsys router.


     
    John Keiser, Sep 2, 2013
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  7. John Keiser

    John Keiser Guest

    No. Real Linksys firmware. version 1.00.25.
    192.168.1.1 does not work and is not the correct IP. Really. The device
    says the IP is 192.168.0.1 and that is the address which works wirelessly.

    I do note that when in the setup page [wireless access] the device IP is
    "blank" but cannot be filed in.

    Perhaps I'll try reinstalling the firmware.
     
    John Keiser, Sep 2, 2013
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  8. John Keiser

    ken Guest

    What browser? I have found that some firmware doesn't play well with
    anything other than IE.

     
    ken, Sep 3, 2013
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  9. John Keiser

    John Keiser Guest

    WindowsXP; IE8.

    PC's NIC and LED on router for the port both light up.


     
    John Keiser, Sep 3, 2013
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  10. Possibly the DHCP server is disabled on the wired ports.

    Try setting the PC's wired port for a fixed IP like 192.168.0.55 and see
    if that gets you back into the box when you plug into one of the
    router's 4 LAN ports.
     
    GlowingBlueMist, Sep 4, 2013
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  11. John Keiser

    John Keiser Guest

    Bingo!
    I had forgotten that the PC was set to a static IP: 192.168.1.154. Changed
    to 192.168.0.154 and accessed the router just fine.
    Thank you for the solution.




     
    John Keiser, Sep 4, 2013
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