This thread was archived. Please ask a new question if you need help.
since a few days ago I am unable to access the control address of my Asus router
I have seen several posts that address essentially this problem with no useful solutions.
The router is set to either 192.168.11.1 or 192.168.1.1. I can't tell because I can not get any communication with the router. The router is operating generally as it is supposed to but I am unable to do any configuration or radio settings (or anything else). It probably defaults to radios on; hence I am sitting here with an open WiFi connection for the world.
I can find no way to disable FF's insistence in putting https in front of any IP address, and refusing to connect. I don't know what protocol the router is using. Maybe s, maybe not.I get the message it is not secure. From that point, reading a bunch of stuff, I have found no way to stop the behavior. It is on a private network, isolated from the internet by the router. There has to be a way for users to get to their local router.
All Replies (1)
Can you copy/paste the details of the error message? If there is an Advanced button on the error page, please click that and copy/paste from that section as it usually has more technical detail.
Meanwhile, can you configure the router using Internet Explorer?