Cnet CWA-854 access point works good but who is using it??
I want to be able to see who is using this access point. I´m using it in a small RV park in mexico, it is unsecure as there is a lot of traffic at times and I offer it at no charge ( at this time) so they can check email,etc.. If I have a way to track it I may be able to charge enough to off set the cost.
Re: Cnet CWA-854 access point works good but who is using...
You are talking about becoming a wireless ISP. There are several examples of how to do this on the net. You can buy all the necessary software to register and track your network users. As for just being able to tell if John Smith, or whoever, is using your Access point, no... You will have to register the users MAC address to track them. The cost and time necessary to do this is probably not worth it. Probably more customers and good will from free internet access.
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Your router model is CWR-854, I suppose. Port forwarding instruction for your Cnet Wireless CNET CWR-854 Router can be found here. Choose the program for which you want the port to be forwarded or use the Default Guide.
You may be advised to use an RJ45 LAN cable to try the following, then use the wireless connection when all ais up and running.
The default Login ID and Password is ?root? with password ?1234?.
This Wireless Access Point?s default IP address is 192.168.1.253,
You can reset this Wireless Access Point back to its default settings by clicking on Reset button, and then press OK button to confirm your decision.
Note: you can also hold down the reset button on this Wireless Access Point?s panel for more than 10 seconds to reset its default settings back to factory default.
If the reset doesnt work turn off router then on again first, but if the reset doesnt work, the router may need to be replaced.