There are 2 other problems I've encountered.
Standard login and password are admin and admin.
Now, when you go
Advanced Setting --> System Setup --> Basic Config
There you can change the username and password for login to the router.
If you do, then you can't login to the personal webpage anymore. Nor the old login (admin) as the newly entered one works anymore. Login to the router itself work fine (even with the new login and password in place)
An other thing is that I don't seem to get the NAT settings right, or I am doing something really dumb that I even don't see it.
Advanced Setting --> Internet Firewall --> Basic Config
Enable Firewall: YES
Enable web access from WAN: YES
Port of web access from WAN: 8080
Respond to ping request from WAN: YES
Advanced Setting --> NAT Setting --> Virtual Server
Port: 80, Local IP: 192.168.1.3, Local Port: 80, Protocol: TCP
If I do this (which seems right to me) then I can only access the Personal Webpage from the router itself and not the webserver running on a server in my LAN.
I tried "Enable web access from WAN: NO" but that was of no help.
Man, I'm getting frustrated over here
Okay, I'm going to do that right now. I have to stay at work for 15 min, so that gives me enough time to test this. Just a second. Thank god the port-mapping of my Remote Desktop works (despite the problems with port 80 for my webserver)Originally Posted by PXP52
20.14: Testing with 3.x GB Microsoft Vista ISO. Will edit this post when complete
20.26: Well, I've uploaded the ISO and it looks allright. Filesize >3GB. So it must be an BT problem ?
Btw, are any of you posters on GATHERING.TWEAKERS.NET ?