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Standard User TGRHavoc
(newbie) Wed 11-Mar-15 19:11:41
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AMG1302-T10B Issue/Question


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Hello,
I'm new here so, please exuse me if I've posted this in the wrong section (This seemed to be the most suitable place).
Anyways, I seem to be having some issues accessing the Web configuration on my new router ( ZyXEL AMG1302-T10B), the issue is that I can only log into it via one device and I can't seem to figure out why.
I can log onto the web configuration using my iPad (via WiFi) however, the same username and password won't work for any of my other devices PC (via Ethernet) or Laptop (via WiFi).

Does anyone know why this is/How it can be "fixed"?
Standard User micksharpe
(legend) Wed 11-Mar-15 19:28:51
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Only one admin session allowed at a time? Did you log out of the first session?

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Standard User TGRHavoc
(newbie) Wed 11-Mar-15 19:36:53
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Hmm, just tried your suggestion, to no avail.


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Standard User billford
(elder) Wed 11-Mar-15 19:56:16
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If you reboot the router, can you then log in from one of the currently "forbidden" devices, and if so can you then log in from any other device?

It might tell you whether the problem is a limitation to one device only or just the first one to succeed… but I can't think why it should do either crazy

Re Mick's idea of one session at a time- I've had that, it avoids the possibility of conflicting configuration changes being imposed. I always thought it was a good idea, but on one router (forget which) I had to wait a few minutes after logging out before I could log in again, even from the same machine. That was a pain at times.

Bill
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Standard User TGRHavoc
(newbie) Wed 11-Mar-15 20:08:05
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One step ahead of you wink
After the previous suggestion I thought of the same thing (Maybe limited to first device to sucessfully connect) however, after a reset it seems that only the original device can connect crazy.
Standard User micksharpe
(legend) Wed 11-Mar-15 20:10:18
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Try changing the admin password.

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Standard User billford
(elder) Wed 11-Mar-15 20:16:29
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That's weird… I can only think that there may be a setting somewhere in the router where you can limit which (and how many) devices can connect, and that when it's first set up it's pre-set to only that device.

Never heard of it before and don't really like it, but it beats my other thought that the router is using cookies crazy

Bill
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Standard User TGRHavoc
(newbie) Wed 11-Mar-15 20:23:13
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Changed the Admin password, logged out, waited a couple of minutes, tried logging in on another device.

Nothing. frown
Standard User micksharpe
(legend) Wed 11-Mar-15 20:23:59
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The router may not let other devices log in until the admin password has been changed. I've seen this before.

Edit: Apparently not.

Faced with the choice between changing one’s mind and proving that there is no need to do so,
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Edited by micksharpe (Wed 11-Mar-15 20:27:06)

Standard User billford
(elder) Wed 11-Mar-15 20:29:39
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Haven't come across that one, but fair enough.

Can't find anything helpful to the OP on Google either frown

Bill
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Standard User micksharpe
(legend) Wed 11-Mar-15 20:30:44
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Sorry. I'm stumped. You could try a cross-post in The Park and see if any of the nerds there know the answer, otherwise it's the ZyXel forums, I'm afraid. Either that or a very close perusal of the user guide.

If you post in another (TBB) forum, please be sure to indicate that it is a cross-post and provide a link to this thread.

Faced with the choice between changing one’s mind and proving that there is no need to do so,
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Standard User TGRHavoc
(newbie) Wed 11-Mar-15 20:37:18
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I've had a look around the settings but, I can't seem to find anything that may stop the other devices from logging in crazy


And will post on another forum, see if they can help smile

Thanks for the help guys, much appreciated.

Edited by TGRHavoc (Wed 11-Mar-15 20:38:43)

Standard User billford
(elder) Wed 11-Mar-15 20:38:28
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Ah… found a copy of the manual, here.

On page 22 there's a bit about limiting access:
2. Limit who can access to your AMG1302-T10B/AMG1202-T10B’s Web Configurator or CLI. You can enter the IP address of the secured LAN host in Web Configurator, Advanced Setup, Maintenance -> RemoteMGNT to allow special access to your AMG1302-T10B
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The default value in this field is 0.0.0.0, which means you do not care which host is trying to telnet your AMG1302-T10B/AMG1202-T10B or access the Web Configurator of.
Might be worth a check.

Bill
A level playing field is level in both directions.

_______________________________________Planes and Boats and ... ______________BQMs: IPv4 IPv6
Standard User micksharpe
(legend) Wed 11-Mar-15 20:45:19
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Is this a new or used item that you're playing with? If it's used, I would strongly recommend re-flashing the firmware.

Faced with the choice between changing one’s mind and proving that there is no need to do so,
almost everyone gets busy on the proof. -- J.K. Galbraith
Standard User TGRHavoc
(newbie) Wed 11-Mar-15 20:50:41
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It's all brand new, got it the other day.
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