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RV130W Web Admin Insufficient Access caused by VLAN Membership
Currently I'm getting an error message when I attempt to manage my RV130W from my wireless network. The wireless network is in the same VLAN as the main RJ45 ports on the router. I can access the Web Based Administration portal from a hardwire connection, but not via WiFi. Below is a screen capture of the error. Can anyone assist me?
Re: RV130W Web Admin Insufficient Access caused by VLAN Membership
Currently it is running on another VLAN that I have created. I have this VLAN Untagged on my physical ports, and my wireless. Any device that is physically connected can access the Web Management Interface. Wireless connections display the red-page error above.
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