Same problem for me. Again, resetting the router allows me to access the router settings through 192.168.0.1 but only for a day or two and then connection times out. And this is the Super Hub. Not so super in my experience.
Just to be clear I can still access the internet I just can't access the router settings.
What browser are you using? Does this fault happen if you try an alternative browser?
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Since you appended to a thread that is over 2 years old (rather than copious newer threads with same symptoms) do we assume the last time you succesfully checked your SHub that you still had same R30 firmware level or are you definitley using the old VMDG280 standard hub?
Otherwise with that perceived lack of attention to detail how can we be sure that "etc" also includes the obvious 192.168.100.1 access?
What error messages are you getting from browsers specifically?
If you've already ensured that no browser extensions are interfering, including trying in your OS's equivalent of Safe boot+networking mode and checked any "hosts" file, then have you subsequently also tried "resetting to Factory defaults option? Assuming before you try the latter last resort that you did take the precaution of backing up your Hub configuration details?
Regards Tony "Life is a Binary Inspired Turing Computed Hologram"(don't PM or @Mention me - in case ignoring you offends)
I'm sorry your experiencing this particular issue. Have you tried pinhole resetting the Superhub? Have you tried turning your security software off and trying in safemode with networking as horseman has kindly advised? Sometimes a security software or windows firewall can block access, if you have tried alternate browsers and deleted your temporary Internet files cookies and history?
"also includes the obvious 192.168.100.1 access?" Not so obvious to me, mine was installed last month, I used to be able to access it on the old IP of 192.168.0.1 - the one PRINTED ON THE ROUTER! Many thanks for pointing this out, I'm now fine, but not got a lot of hair left...;-) Top man,
Wondering whether Virgin Galactic is going to work as well as this service...
i'v had the same problem can't get to my hub settings web page but can go online still. you may have put your router in to modem mode which turns off your wifi an only uses the ethernet cable ether way u can fix the problem by resting you router by the reset button on the back off your router hold it in for 20 seconds an reload your web browser