http://router.asus.com/Main_Login.asp

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wouterv

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How do multiple routers behave on one network in relation to the "http://router.asus.com/Main_Login.asp" behavior?
I have one router now, a RT-N66U with an old WRT54GL as media bridge.
I think of upgrading the network with a RT-AC3100 as router and the RT-N66U as media bridge.
I assume I can still access both by their IP address. Will there be some conflict on the router.asus.com level?

I refer to the AsusWrt-Merlin release notes:
Option on System page to disable the new forced redirection to router.asus.com (defaults to disabled).
 

sfx2000

Part of the Furniture
Hmmm... I would think that whoever is running DNSMasq would win that one... as it's the one doing the redirect to localhost.
 

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