01-10-2011 07:02 PM
When you try to access the setup page of your Router using firefox are you getting any error message? or it says page cannot be displayed. Have you tried from a different browser like Google Chrome.?
01-11-2011 11:01 AM
When you try to access the setup page of your Router using firefox are you getting any error message? or it says page cannot be displayed.
Actually the login dialog box remains on screen, but blanks out as if authentication has failed. When you press cancel, it gives you a 401, authentication failure or browser is not authentication capable message.
Have you tried from a different browser like Google Chrome.?
Yes I have tried IE and it works fine. I'm just the kind of person who gets annoyed when something used to work, and then suddenly doesn't. Can't sleep until I figure out what went wrong and how I can fix it.
01-11-2011 06:04 PM
If you are getting that error message "Authentication failed" when you are trying to access the setup page of your router using Firefox, that means its not accepting your password.
Are you using the same password when you are trying to access the setup page of your router using internet explorer or the password is stored on IE?
01-13-2011 01:42 PM - edited 01-13-2011 01:52 PM
I got the same Problem today... Its the Noscript AddOn for Firefox. if you turn it off it works again. Hope they fix it in the next release, at least they know about this bug and there is a workaround on the noscript homepage.
01-14-2011 03:13 PM
Huzzah! A workaround has been found! I think the devs who made NoScript are also going to include it in the next update, but here's the trick:
1. Open Firefox and type about:config into the address bar, and reassure the software that you promise to be careful.
[this kinda made me laugh a bit]
2. Look for this boolean key - noscript.doNotTrack.enabled
[please note that it is case sensitive]
3. Right click it and toggle it from true to false.
All done! I don't know if you have to go back in after the NoScript update, but to be sure check back after the patch and see if the problem arises again when the value for noscript.doNotTrack.enabled is toggled back to true.
Thanks for pointing that possibility out mÃ¶Ã¶p.
03-07-2011 08:43 PM
The default password for my WRT120N was a blank username with the password as admin. To reset the settings to default, find the reset button on the back of the router, it's small and can be pressed with a pen or pencil tip. Hold the button for 10 seconds and the settings should reset back, then reboot your router. Please note that your previous settings will be removed, so I hope you remember them or have them written down somewhere.
By the way, you should have made a new post about your problem, because the topic on this thread is different.
08-30-2011 08:43 AM