Question about Belkin (F5D6230-3) Wireless Router
We have had instances where the connection looked good using Infrastructure and signal was great, we received a correct IP in the correct range. Browser is set to never dial a connection and automatically detect settings was set but we still could not connrct
Posted by Anonymous on
The wireless router UI can be accessed from a wireless client. From what you have described, you should have been able to enter the UI. First, uncheck "Automatically Detect Setting" thus leaving all boxes in the "Connections" tab unchecked. This will force IE to find a connection without looking for a proxy. If having trouble accessing the UI, try entering in :88 after entering the router's internal IP in the address bar (192.168.2.1:88). This will tell the browser to use port 88. If that does not work, power down the router for 30 seconds and power it back up. Renew the IP adapter setting on the PC (as a precaution) and verify the IP address is 192.168.2.xx. You should be able to access the UI.
Posted on Feb 16, 2006
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