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rv016 access to modem administration page in wan1, wan 2,... from LAN

Hi,

we have rv016 router installed, balancing 5 adsl conections.

We can access to rv016 router with IP 192.168.1.1 from LAN.

We can access to the modem1 administration page in wan1 that has IP 10.0.0.1

But we can't access to another modems administration pages like wan2 that has IP 10.0.0.2, or modem in wan3 with IP 10.0.0.3, modem in wan4 or modem in wan5...

In the diagnostic page of rv016, we can do a success ping to 10.0.0.1, but not to another wan...

All modems have DHCP enabled with access permission ok.

Can you help us?

Thanks!

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rv016 access to modem administration page in wan1, wan 2,... fro

Hi,

Change the modems to have LAN IP addresses in different subnets:

10.0.0.1

10.0.1.1

10.0.2.1

10.0.3.1

10.0.4.1

Then everything should work perfectly.

Please mark this thread as answered or reply if you have any additional questions.

- Marty

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Gold

rv016 access to modem administration page in wan1, wan 2,... fro

Hi,

Change the modems to have LAN IP addresses in different subnets:

10.0.0.1

10.0.1.1

10.0.2.1

10.0.3.1

10.0.4.1

Then everything should work perfectly.

Please mark this thread as answered or reply if you have any additional questions.

- Marty

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rv016 access to modem administration page in wan1, wan 2,... fro

Hi!

It works!

Thanks!

Bronze

rv016 access to modem administration page in wan1, wan 2,... fro

I used to have problems like this when accessing 3 cable modems that all had a 192.168.0.100 address.

A couple of solutions--simply refresh the page and each refresh will usually go over a different wan, hitting a different modem.

Change the IPs on the modems as suggested (probably not possible).

Or, what I would do is simply release the IP for a wan to remove it from the available wans and then the request will go over only the wan I want and hit the modem I want.  This always worked even though it was a bit cumbersome.    

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rv016 access to modem administration page in wan1, wan 2,... fro

Hi,

Thanks for your answer.

I found the solution, changing the IPs of the WANs:

10.0.1.1

10.0.2.2

10.0.3.3

10.0.4.4

10.0.5.5

Regards!

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