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4350 Small Network Access Point's web-based configuration tool

Can't access Small Network Access Point's web-based configuration tool? 1 I configered the AP via the ethernet cable and left the IP in default 2 Named the AP...SSDI...as "wireless" But trying to get into the advanced settings, but cannot access the web tool. Any suggestions? Thanks

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If it is trying to connect to the internet when trying to get to the tool, you have to get a direct link to the tool. You might find this on a forum somewhere. It might also help to update your firmware, this may solve your problem immediately. The only problem with routers is that they are built to connect to the internet.If you don't have the internet it is a tedious job to get access to your access points settings. Just get the link to the page and you should be able to change your settings then.

Posted on Feb 24, 2007

  • Anonymous Jun 19, 2007

    I would suggest looking through different forums for your link.

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