Hi everyone, is it possible to get to my router settings using
a command line, if so what should I enter. If I try to do it using a
I get is "page cannot be displayed" or similar, tried IE, Firefox & Chrome.
I wish to use a spare
wireless router as an access point.
Thanks, It is a Belkin F5D8633-4, which was working very well, I only changed
it as TalkTalk sent me
a new one when I renewed my contract a week or so back. I still
have the user manual and the CD. Accordibg to the manual it can be
used just as an access
point but I need to get to the settings somehow.
I have finally got into the settings using Chrome browser after numerous attempts to reset the router, had to hold the reset button in for a lot longer than it states in the manual. I can't find anywhere in the settings to enable AP mode. Instructions say "enable  in the access point only page". I cannot find this page so will have to change the settings manually, I think I know what to do but any advice would be welcome.
Thanks Lazarus, the problem I have is that the "Use as Access Point" option does not exist although your online manual and my own both say it does. If it does then I can't find it unless someone can tell me how. I am fairly sure that I will have to try to do it manually but unsure on a few points like security settings and whether to use a static IP.