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modem configuration - http://192.168.100.1/

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system: vista premium service pack 1

 

using firefox (latest version), I get the following when I try to access the

modem configuration for Motorola SB5120. It shows the Config screen

and then goes to the picture shown in JPG. If I hit retry, it just shows the main screen

and give the error again

 

http://i42.tinypic.com/2crnfjp.jpg

 

 

Tried with IE8 and get internet explorer cannot display page

Message Edited by someone_else on 04-10-2009 08:39 AM
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Try IE8 in compatibility mode.



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I have Vista, FF3.0.8, IE8, and have no problems accessing my 5120. It's possible some add-on software is causing problems, or your computer is infected with a virus, worm, or trojan.
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thanks for the replies. have tried IE8 in compatability mode and

it doesn't work. Also my system is free of virus and malware

Posted by
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Maybe the built in web server is defective..

 

If you are renting it from CC, have it swapped.

Message Edited by EG on 04-11-2009 11:16 AM



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Posted by
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a modem has a built in web server??
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thanks for your responses. I was able to figure it out as to why it wasn't working.

I am using Nod32 Antivirus V4. I disabled web acces protection and it works

with both IE8 & FF with this disabled.

 

Now to figure if their is a setting in the web access protection I should change.

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Bronze Problem Solver

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someone_else wrote:
a modem has a built in web server??

How else could it serve the web page at http://192.168.100.1?

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FishMan wrote:

someone_else wrote:
a modem has a built in web server??

How else could it serve the web page at http://192.168.100.1?


 

that's why your an expert and I am not
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someone_else wrote:

FishMan wrote:

someone_else wrote:
a modem has a built in web server??

How else could it serve the web page at http://192.168.100.1?


 

that's why your an expert and I am not

You are probably more of an expert than you think you are. You figured out what was blocking your access to the web page. I had no idea.

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