AC-66U B1 - Unable to set-up Guest Network

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DavidVB

New Around Here
Hi,
When I try to configure the parameters for a guest network, whatever I do, when I click on "Apply", new fields do appear (Key index, WEP Key 1 to 5, ASUS pass phrase).
And from that moment on, any new click on "Apply" just does nothing at all !

Any idea ?

Thanks for your help and have a nice day

EDIT: I tried with Firefox and Chrome. Same problem with both
 
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OzarkEdge

Part of the Furniture
Hi,
When I try to configure the parameters for a guest network, whatever I do, when I click on "Apply", new fields do appear (Key index, WEP Key 1 to 5, ASUS pass phrase).
And from that moment on, any new click on "Apply" just does nothing at all !

Any idea ?

Thanks for your help and have a nice day

EDIT: I tried with Firefox and Chrome. Same problem with both

If it is misbehaving, you can try:

o cycle power
o reset and reconfigure the firmware
o upgrade the firmware and reset and reconfigure the firmware

OE
 

DavidVB

New Around Here
Thanks OzarkEdge,

I already tried all of that, and I'm running on the latest FW.

I think the problem is related to my computer, because now, I've tried to do it from my Android Phone using Chrome, and it works perfectly...
I suspect my antivirus....
 

OzarkEdge

Part of the Furniture
Thanks OzarkEdge,

I already tried all of that, and I'm running on the latest FW.

I think the problem is related to my computer, because now, I've tried to do it from my Android Phone using Chrome, and it works perfectly...
I suspect my antivirus....

I'm using the new MS Edge browser these days... it's based on Chromium. And only Windows 10 Security. Previously I used only the add-on Microsoft Security Essentials on Windows 7... for many years without incident. And practice safe computing.

OE
 

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