I have a Linksys EA7500 v2 router. It has a dual boot system, so I have OpenWRT in one side, and stock firmware in the other side.
With stock firmware,
http://192.168.1.1 will be redirected to http://192.168.1.1/ui/dynamic/
With OpenWRT installed, I would be redirected to
http://192.168.1.1/cgi-bin/luci/ instead (even when using the stock firmware on the other partition).
I need to return the router to my ISP in the future.
How do I change the default landing page to the original one?
Reference in OpenWRT wiki:
Linksys EA7500 v2 Under Construction! This page is currently under construction. You can edit the article to help completing it. Write a short, relevant description of the device. Include a technical overview, but avoid marketing...
you sure it's just not the browser history playing you a trick ?
No, I typed 192.168.1.1 and was sent to the luci page.
This happens even when I replaced OpenWRT with stock firmware (such that both partitions are stock firmware).
Though I can browse to
http://192.168.1.1/ui/dynamic (the default landing page) by typing the whole url.
did the luci page respond ?
and do you know for a fact it isn't there, even in the stock fw ?
tried the same URL in a private browser window ?
@frollic is correct: Browsers are surprisingly stubborn when it comes to caching page redirections. Simply empty your browser cache.
Thanks to both of you!
It is indeed a cache problem.
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I also have/manage two Linksys routers and have the exact same issue : indeed it's just a matter of browser cache. There is a tip to avoid this, by browsing the local name while in Linksys firmware. By doing so, you will no longer have cache browser interference.
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