The firmware embedded in your range extender implements networking and security protocols on the device.
Linksys often releases updates to product firmware to improve the implementation of these functions as well as to patch software flaws and provide new features or enhancements.
Hello, I can surf the web with no probs at all, I have no probs with my internet at all. It has nothing to do with the computer / laptop / ipod touch / whatever you are trying to connect with.
My network card is updated and I can't connect to the device web page (WRT54G). (As long as it has a normal web browser with scripting - I've noticed the Sony PSP can't load the setup, because it does no scripting.) I have a home network with a variety of devices attached, both through cables and through wireless. The setup pages are WEB pages, and are being served from a web server inside the router.
Go to Control Panel--tftp client Reference The following is for an initial install on a Buffalo router.
If you're already using a third-party firmware or just upgrading a Tomato firmware, try uploading any of the files from the GUI.
I type "admin" for both and get the page but its literally like 20% there. The page says it fully loaded and I can click some options but I have no idea what they are because there is no words loaded... I've had the same problem with my router off and on for the two years that I've owned it.
The setup is made up of web pages with names like this: if I do a complete reset of the router, following the manufacturer's instructions, then I can access those setup pages at 192.168.1.1. I've seen previous posters mention this earlier in this thread. It has no other problems, it just begins to lose it's ability to serve up it's own setup web pages.
Now, I know if I completely reset the router and go through the initial setup again, it will work fine for a few months. I suspect there are defects in the hardware or software, because of the regularity of the problem. The router admin web pages display fine now (they were blank before). i think its started when I connect another router to my desktop..
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I've been through this before, probably about four times in two years. I wish Linksys offered an easy-to-find solution, but I am not able to find. I have been experiencing the same problems for over a year. when I unplug my 2nd connection I still can't view my router's page.. Hey guys, I was faced with similar problem, that the page 192.168.1.1 can't seems to load properly.
The issue(s) mysteriously worked itself out and the router working fine for several months, then it suddenly stopped working again and this is where I am today. After surfing the net in search for solution, I finally got the answer! The problem is likely due to router firmware issue. 1) Go to to search for your router model, and download the latest firmware 2) Go to download the available on that page 3) Run the program.