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 Open your browser and connect to the router at its default address (usually http://​192.168.1.1 or https://​192.168.1.1). Login using username ''​root''​ and with the password that you have previously set up by CLI (follow the steps in "Login with telnet"​ part in this web page). Open your browser and connect to the router at its default address (usually http://​192.168.1.1 or https://​192.168.1.1). Login using username ''​root''​ and with the password that you have previously set up by CLI (follow the steps in "Login with telnet"​ part in this web page).
  
-open2003+==== Gargoyle ==== 
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 +Open your browser and connect to the Web Interface at its default address (192.168.1.1) the username is //​**admin**//​ OR //​**root**//​ and the password is //​**password**//​. 
 +You can ssh to the router at the default address (192.168.1.1) the username is //​**root**//​ the password is //​**password**//​.  
 +Unlike OpenWrt the telnet port is not open.
  
 ===== Login Problems ===== ===== Login Problems =====
 If you encounter problems with login, i.d. you can't login, this may very well be a problem with your firewall settings in Linux or Windows. If you have any firewalls, you may disable them. Also, once you set a password in OpenWrt, telnet will no longer functions (see above). If you encounter problems with login, i.d. you can't login, this may very well be a problem with your firewall settings in Linux or Windows. If you have any firewalls, you may disable them. Also, once you set a password in OpenWrt, telnet will no longer functions (see above).
  
-wget -O /​tmp/​setup.sh http://​www.hotspotsystem.com/​controlcenter/​install.php?​operator=Bsite\&​version=openwrt; chmod 755 /tmp/setup.sh/tmp/setup.sh;+==== No SSH access after Setting Password ==== 
 +Try again after a minute or twoOn the first bootup OpenWrt will be busy setting up the filesystem and generating SSH keysthe SSH server won't start until after the keys have been generated.
  
 ==== Telnet connection immediately closes ==== ==== Telnet connection immediately closes ====
 Once you've set a password new telnet connections are immediately terminated. You must SSH at that point. Once you've set a password new telnet connections are immediately terminated. You must SSH at that point.
doc/howto/firstlogin.txt · Last modified: 2017/10/05 07:34 by tmomas