Thread: HELP Belikin - duplicate administrator


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Hi, I am really lost on this one, everytime i logon to my belkin wireless router via ie browser i get the message duplicate administrator. I've tried to google this but really have not identified whats causing it. I have changed the router password, locked down the mac addresses, but still get the message. I am not broad casting the SID, i've disabled the wireless router and hardwired, but still the same message.

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    HELP Belikin - duplicate administrator

    Hi, I am really lost on this one, everytime i logon to my belkin wireless router via ie browser i get the message duplicate administrator. I've tried to google this but really have not identified whats causing it. I have changed the router password, locked down the mac addresses, but still get the message. I am not broad casting the SID, i've disabled the wireless router and hardwired, but still the same message.



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    as very much so last resort, you could reset to manufactor state, but I wouldnt unless nothing else works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWakeUpCall View Post
    as very much so last resort, you could reset to manufactor state, but I wouldnt unless nothing else works.
    Tried that, also updated the firmware. I can't find anything on the belkin site either that helps. It's very annoying....

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    Have u tried leaving the router for 10 minutes without trying to access it?

    Failing that, go for a factory reset... and then a firmware update if you can

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    I had this pop up when i tried to access my router from 2 different pc's on my network ,the router will only allow 1 admin session to be open at a time , i just powered the router off/on and got back in again

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by nilrem View Post
    I had this pop up when i tried to access my router from 2 different pc's on my network ,the router will only allow 1 admin session to be open at a time , i just powered the router off/on and got back in again

    cheers
    using the Belkin myself, had the same problem from 2 pc's done what Nilrem said, works fine now..
    "What we do in life echoes in eternity."

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    Quote Originally Posted by nilrem View Post
    I had this pop up when i tried to access my router from 2 different pc's on my network ,the router will only allow 1 admin session to be open at a time , i just powered the router off/on and got back in again

    cheers
    Thanks - I guess it is not closing the session down each time you close the browser. I can live with that i was more concerned about the router being hacked... thanks again



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