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I've installed the Linksys broadband wireless networking system on 2 of my computers here. Now I am unable to login to a couple of sites which require me to login. When I disconnect the router and reconnect it to the dsl modem I am able to login. What is the problem? Where can I fix this?
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What is the model number of the router??
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It's a Wireless G Broadband Router with the model number WRT54G
Thank you
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Turn on the DMZ, and enter the IP address of one of the computers(make sure to save the settings). Try accessing the websites that wont let you logon while you are plug in the router. Hope that this helps.

Edited by DHooper, 19 February 2005 - 02:16 PM.

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I think I might have explained it wrong. It's not even letting me open the page to enter my login information. The home page has a link to click to go to the login page, and it won't open the login page any more.
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Still, try putting one of the computers in the DMZ.
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These are probaly secured sites, and your MTU is too high to allow access to secured websites. Set your MTU to 1492, that should resolve this issue.
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