This page is loaded automaticaly when I open firefox, although I have
another page configured as starting page. And I can't change this page, no
matter what address I try to access.
The content of this page
"Great Success ! Apache is working on your cPanel(R) and WHM(tm)
Server If you can see this page, then the people who manage this server
have installed cPanel and WebHost Manager (WHM) which use the Apache
Web server software and the Apache Interface to OpenSSL
(mod_ssl) successfully. They now have to add content to this directory
and replace this placeholder page, or else point the server at their
ATTENTION! If you are seeing this page instead of the
site you expected, please contact the administrator of the site involved.
(Try sending an email to .) Although this site is
running cPanel, WebHost Manager, and Apache software it almost certainly has
no other connection to cPanel Inc. or the Apache Group. Please do not send
mail about this site or its contents to cPanel Inc. or the Apache
About cPanel: cPanel is a leading provider of software for the
webhosting industry. If you would like to learn more about cPanel please
visit our website at www.cpanel.net.
Please be advised that cPanel Inc. is not a web hosting company, and as such
has no control over content found elsewhere on this site.
HTTP Server: The Apache HTTP Server is an open source web server which powers
many of the worlds web sites. The Apache HTTP server is part of the
Apache Group's many influential projects. Their efforts have helped
shape much the world wide web, and they continue to be a dominating force
in the web hosting industry. "
I know that in this page it is suggested to contact the site involved but I can´t see any other page. So which site I have to contact? And the same
happened when I tried to use Explorer instead of Firefox. I also used Firefox
in my work and I don't have any trouble there. I don't know what could have
suddenly change in my computer that from one day to another I can't access
any other page.
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Hi, not sure why this is coming under the router section. You'd need to post a little more information about the problem. Is it with the IP address settings on your router or those wirthin the printer itself. If its
the printer itself - the problem solution is available here possibly.
But Google Resetting the IP address on
To open the HP Embedded Web Server, type the IP address or hostname of the printer in the address field of a supported Web browser. To find the IP address, print a Configuration page from the control panel of the printer by pressing and holding the Go button for 5 seconds. The HP Embedded Web Server URL can be bookmarked for quick access at a later date. Supported web browsers include the following:
Internet Explorer 6.0 (and later)
Netscape Navigator 7.0 (and later)
Firefox 1.0 (and later)
Mozilla 1.6 (and later)
Opera 7.0 (and later)
Safari 1.2 (and later)
Konqueror 3.2 (and later)
The HP Embedded Web Server has the following three tabs that contain settings and information about the printer:
Once the HP Embedded Web Server opens, perform the following steps to configure a static IP address:
Click the Networking tab.
Click Network Settings under Configuration in the left menu bar.
Click the TCP/IP tab.
Use the drop-down menu to change the IP Configuration Method to Manual.
Type the new IP Address in the box to change the IP Address .
Change any other applicable networking information, if applicable.
Scroll down the page and click Apply .
Click OK on the confirmation screen and then close the browser window.
Wait a few minutes and then print the Self Test/Configuration page and the HP Jetdirect Configuration page to verify that the IP Address has changed.
Web page performance is a measure of the response load time of a web page. The slower a page loads, the higher the page's visitor bounce rate will be. There are quite a few free tools available on the market designed to conduct diagnostic performance tests on web pages. These tests analyze a select page, based a set of rules that are proven to speed the load time. You can use a web-based performance analyzing tool. Or you can install tool add-ons to your Firefox web browser.
Open your computer's web browser and go to GTmetrix.com or http://www.pagespeed.googlelabs.com/ Enter the complete URL of the page you would like to measure in the provided field. Press "Enter" to get the results of your performance test. b> Using Page Speed Firefox Add-On b> Launch the Firefox web browser. Download and install the Page Speed add-on from the Google website. Download and install the Firebug add-on from the GetFireBug website. Enter the URL of the web page you would like to measure in the Firefox address bar. Click the Firebug icon located in the top right-side of the Firefox window, to open the Firebug window. Click the "Page Speed" button in the Firebug status bar. Click "Analyze Performance" to get the results of your performance test. b> Using YSlow Firefox Add-On b> Launch the Firefox web browser. Download and install the YSlow add-on from the Yahoo website. Download and install the Firebug add-on from the GetFireBug website. Enter the URL of the web page in the Firefox address bar. Click the Firebug icon located in the top right-side of the Firefox window, to open the Firebug window. Click the "YSlow" button in the Firebug status bar. Click "Run Test" to get the results of your performance test. Hope this helps. b>
With most wireless routers you can go to their default IP address in your web browser. Open up Firefox, Internet Explorer, or the browser of your choosing and type in to the URL bar:
This is the most common IP address for wireless routers and should bring you to the wlan's configuration page. Enter your wireless routers default password and then look around in the configuration for where you can change your password (usually on the first page that pops up).
If you can tell me the exact WLAN you have, I can further assist you and tell you exactly where in that configuration page you can change your password.
Please be sure to be connected to your wireless router before attempting to navigate to 192.168.0.1 as this method will not work if you're connected to another network!
I suppose you mean to protect your wireless network. In that case, you need to go to your router's configuration by typing the router's IP address in any web browser (like IE or Firefox) and look for configuration tab called "Wireless Security". I recommend you use WPA to protect your network.
In the Address box, type the Web page address that you want for your home page.
NOTE: If you want the page that you are currently viewing in Internet Explorer to be your home page, click Use Current.
FOR FIRE FOX
At the top of the Firefox windowOn the menu bar, click on the ToolsFirefox menu (Tools menu in Windows XP), and then click OptionsFirefoxEdit menu, and select Options...Preferences...
Select the General panel (Main panel in Firefox 3.5).
In the Startup box click the drop-down menu next to "When Firefox starts:" and select what Firefox should display when it starts up.
Show my home page - Displays the home page (or home pages of course).
Show a blank page - Displays a blank page (this loads fast - no waiting for lots of tabs to load).
Show my windows and tabs from last time - Opens the pages you were visiting the last time you used Firefox so you can continue right where you left off. Click OK to close the Options windowClick Close to close the Preferences windowClose the Preferences window .
Make sure your internet connection are ok try to ping under cmd (start-->run-->cmd) and type "ping www.google.com" (without quote). if timed out its mean the problem is your internet connection but if it look ok your firefox connection setting might not corectly configured. Try to using no proxy in firefox connection preference