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RV 120W Problem (cannot configure router)

Hi,

I just installed a new RV 120W to replace my dlink router.

The problem is i cant display the configuration site (192.168.1.1)

My internet is working fine and when i go to 192.168.1.1 i can logon (with the password i set using the installation disk) but then i see the top of the config site (blue) but where the config panel should be i see `site cannot be displayed`.

I tried using my laptop and pc on diffirent ports.

I´ve tried using IE9 and Chrome version 16,0,912,63

I´ve also tried to reset the router but this all has no effect.

Can you please advise? Thanks a lot!

Kind regards,

Jesse

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RV 120W Problem (cannot configure router)

Have you tried https://192.168.1.1/

?

(https vs. http.)

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New Member

RV 120W Problem (cannot configure router)

Have you tried https://192.168.1.1/

?

(https vs. http.)

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RV 120W Problem (cannot configure router)

Hi guys,

sorry for spam, but I don´t know how to start new topic for Cisco RV 120w.

I have problem with "autostart" of VPNs after reboot (auto reconnect). When I manually press on Connect in IPsec Connection Status, VPNs will be connected, but I want to do this automatically after reboot.

Can anyone please let me know where to set it?

Thanks a lot,

Petr

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RV 120W Problem (cannot configure router)

Thanks a lot! This is the solution.

Kind regards,

Jesse Schmidt

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RV 120W Problem (cannot configure router)

Jesse,

I fought that issue when I set up the router some time ago. I had posted a "heartfelt" plea to Cisco to address issues like this. But I just deleted it because, quite by accident, I found that I no longer have this problem. That is, I can access the administration page over HTTP and HTTPS just fine. I don't know when this change occured because I had assumed that HTTPS was not to be used for security of the password used to log on, so I never tried HTTP again, until by accident since I saw your post.

So now I don't know if this changed in version 1.0.2.6, or is a browser compatibility issue, or what (it is not mentioned in the release notes.) My current configuration is firmware 1.0.2.6 and IE 9, and that works for both HTTP and HTTPS.

I now have another issue, and that is I can't find that the option "HTTPS Web Access on LAN Interface" on the Web Access page does anything at all, but that is a separate topic.

Brandt Braunschweig

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