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William Riley

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RT-AC3100 After doing the latest beta I get a message to manual reboot the router. I am able to surf and do get internet service. I am unable to log in to the router. I get a message there is nothing at Is this a know issue. I ran the Asus Rescue Program and went back and everything is back to normal.. It was the same thing with the Alpha before the latest Beta RT-AC3100_384.11_beta.
One other thing my devices do show 192.168.1.xxx when I am unable to log in to the router.

Thanks William
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I have tried different browsers and different PC's as well Android and Asus Router on Android
When did you last carry out a reset to factory default settings followed by a manual reinstall of all your settings (ie not from a backup file)? By how long ago I mean can you remember the version number, or hiw many upgrades ago or at worst how long timewise?
I have gone back Factory Default. made a backup first. Now I have upgrade to the latest beta. after completing the install. This message appears.
"Firmware upgrade is done. Please reboot RT-AC3100 manually."
heres what Firefox stats
Unable to connect

Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at

The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few moments.
If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer’s network connection.
If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make sure that Firefox is permitted to access the Web.

I'm going to reboot the router like Instructed
Are you using L&LD’s guide for your reset to factory default settings? If not, you’ll find it here:


As you’ve just carried out a reset, I’d suggest you have a look through the guide and do it again if you’re in any doubt that you might not have done it correctly. At least then yiur router will be in a known good state and if the fault persists you’ll know for sure that it’s not due to corrupted settings. If you do end up having to redo it, don’t cut corners: follow L&LD’s guide, which is the result of his considerable experience of doing resets.
Please keep beta discussions to the beta thread. Your question was already discussed in that thread.
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