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Linksys E4200 V1 Guest Access Help Me Please


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#1 Chum3X

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Posted 19 March 2017 - 10:21 PM

Hi Bleeps,

 

I have a Linksys E4200 V1 and for years I never had any problems with guest access. But as of about one year, the Wi-Fi icon on my Win10 toolbar has shown an exclamation point on the Wi-Fi guest access icon, and no matter what I try, no one can logon using the guest access, including me.

 

My regular secured Wi-Fi access is not affected in any way, it works great.

There is no exclamation point on my regular secured Wi-Fi icon.

Changing the guest access password does not remove the exclamation point on the Wi-Fi guest access icon.

Using the Win10 troubleshooter does not fix the problem.

I have not changed any of the hardware or software.

Rebooting the router does not help, nor does rebooting the modem, nor rebooting anything else.

 

I bought a new router (Asus RRT-AC68U) and I was planning to replace the Linksys E4200 V1 with it this summer, but I suppose I could do it now if it’s going to be a PITA to address the problem.



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#2 RenoGeek

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Posted 24 March 2017 - 10:08 AM

Well in my mind it makes little since to mess around with your old router if your just going to replace it with something you already have on hand.

I would suggest biting the bullet and setting up the new router.

 

Good luck. 


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