[/quote]Originally posted by delhiboy1000@Oct 30 2005, 06:35 PM
i tried- after d/c AND while connected.. It doesnt serve that Router page.. !
I did d Bridge mode using d foll. procedure...
There's a couple of extra benefits of using d Bridge Mode: ( Any Disadvantages??)
1) Session Usage is avlbl in "Bytes" instead of "Packets"
2)U can d/c d connxn when its not in use...!
[/quote]Originally posted by delhiboy1000@Oct 31 2005, 06:22 PM
@cyberwiz: Thats my problem na.. I can use d net but am not able to access d Router Homepage.. NOW wat do i do...???
[/quote]Originally posted by prathapml@Nov 2 2005, 01:43 AM
I am in bridged mode. Its the best one.
Only problem comes when you cant access the router's homepage. To fix it, do the following: