Cant access dd wrt web interface

Cant access dd wrt web interface

Dd-wrt repeater bridged setup (talk trough)

The default user name and password for DD-WRT, a third-party firmware for consumer routers, are different. When you install DD-WRT, it replaces your router’s existing user name and password with DD- WRT’s. To use DD-Web WRT’s interface with a Web browser or its command-line environment with a telnet or protected shell program, you’ll need the login information.
The default user name and password for DD-WRT are “root” (no quotes here and throughout) and “admin.” After you log in for the first time, you’ll be asked to update your password. You can log into the Web interface or the command line using the telnet or protected shell commands using this user name and password. If you can’t remember your unit’s personalized user name and password combination, perform a hard reset.
If you can’t log in, do a hard reset to restore DD-WRT to its default settings. All of your custom settings from DD-WRT are also removed during the reset. To perform a hard reset, press and hold the “Reset” button on the back of your router for 30 seconds, then unplug it without releasing the button, hold it down for another 30 seconds, then plug it back in without releasing the button, and hold it down for another 30 seconds before releasing it.

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The router (actually, gateway) serves this function, just as your main router does not allow access to your network from the outside. Anything on the WAN side of your secondary router is “Internet,” so it’s blocked.
The router (actually, gateway) serves this function, just as your main router does not allow access to your network from the outside. Anything on the WAN side of your secondary router is “Internet,” so it’s blocked.
As a wifi range extender, I’m using my second router. It links to my main router’s wireless network (Prince-Wifi) and broadcasts a new SSID (Prince-Wifi-2). My second router has no actual cables, so it is done wirelessly (besides power adaptor).
The router (actually, gateway) serves this function, just as your main router does not allow access to your network from the outside. Anything on the WAN side of your secondary router is “Internet,” so it’s blocked.
As a wifi range extender, I’m using my second router. It links to my main router’s wireless network (Prince-Wifi) and broadcasts a new SSID (Prince-Wifi-2). My second router has no actual cables, so it is done wirelessly (besides power adaptor).

[howto] set up dd-wrt repeater (extend wifi range

You say you were using GUI>Services>Services to create static leases? The trick here is to choose IP addresses outside of the DHCP range, which you probably already set (or took defaults for) under “Network Address Server Settings (DHCP)” in GUI>Setup>BasicSetup. Also, avoid IP addresses that end in.0,.1, or.255.
Examine the network interface of your browsing machine to see if it has a legitimate IP address from the router, either static or dynamic. It’s likely you left it with no relation to the router at all. If it’s one of the devices for which you’ve set a static IP, try a different machine.
If you made a backup before the crash, you will have to reset nvram and start entering your setup all over again to get the GUI back. Each when you have a new feature running, you can make a backup in GUI>Administration>Backup. I keep numbered copies of configurations with notes about what has changed in each. It’s highly recommended that you gradually incorporate configuration features, carefully inspecting how they function each time.

Installing dd-wrt on linksys wrt3200acm

Okay, I bought a Buffalo WHR-G125 and flashed it with dd-wrt, but when I try to access the router via a web browser (192.168.1.1), it just sits there and tries to load for a second before telling me that Internet Explorer failed to load the page. I’ve blinked it twice now, assuming one of them was a poor copy. I received a good transfer message in the command prompt each time, so I am fairly certain nothing went wrong. dd-wrt.v23 generic.bin is the latest file on it.
I tried using DHCP on the device and the IP address 192.168.1.2 as suggested in the installation guide. I’m not sure what else to try, but it’s getting old. I’d be grateful if someone could assist me.
Okay, I just reflashed with a beta version of dd-wrt that had the Buffalo G125 model in the file name. It works well and I’ve got it set up to do exactly what I want. Thank you for all of your assistance, boys.

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