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Title: How block admin access page on Wireless ?
Post by: Tangu on January 11, 2011, 09:53:44 AM
Hi guys,

I just got this DIR-615 router, rev E1 with firmware 5.00NA (current firmware). 

Is there a way i can block access to the admin page when i am on wireless ?  I've search everywhere here on the forum, google, and the manual, no mention ?

Can someone open my eye on this? :)

thanks!
Title: Re: How block admin access page on Wireless ?
Post by: Skello on January 11, 2011, 10:02:10 AM
I don't think you can. All LAN and WLAN IPs can access the interface. There is only the option to enable/disable remote (WAN) management.

I'd be inclined to try an ACCESS CONTROL policy under ADVANCED, which might give you control per device, not all WLAN, but I have doubts it will work for LAN websites, like the router Web interface is.

Your best option is to set a solid password for the admin account if you don't want wireless clients messing with it.
Title: Re: How block admin access page on Wireless ?
Post by: Tangu on January 12, 2011, 05:14:32 AM
Well, as long as the user cannot connect to the WPA2 wireless, he doesn't have access to the http page for administration...

The other option will be to install DD-WRT on it...

But i am disapointed because my DIR-655 have the option to disable admin access on wireless, so Dlink just have to implement this option too on the DIR-615, this option should be default on all Dlink routers....