We have quite a few of these in service and keep the firmware up to date - so lots of interaction with them.
Just a little experimentation might best help with this.
First, be willing to use a number of browsers such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Firefox. I've not tried the *new* Edge but it's based on Google Chrome I understand. And, watch out for cached pages. If you get a failure once, the browser may decide to repeat the failure page instead of getting a fresh one. Consider flushing the cache.
Next, the addressing can make the difference:
Things to try:
https:// << this one most likely
ports 80, 443, 8008,8009,8443
So, you might try this:
and so forth.
Let us know!
We have tried with different browsers IE,chrome, firefox and new Edge browser too by flushing the cache and haven't found any luck to connect to with and attached the error screenshot
What is the DIAG LED status showing? Please check whether the NIC connected to RV042 LAN is getting any DHCP IP or not first. In case NIC is showing APIPA IP then you may check once by assigning a static IP on the NIC connected to the RV042 Router LAN port. Assign a static IP (apart from 192.168.1.1) on the NIC from the pool 192.168.1.x /24 and then try to ping 192.168.1.1.
And in case NIC is showing any other DHCP IP then please try to access the RV042 once using the gateway address. Please disable any other NIC in your system along with firewall during troubleshooting.
You may open a service request following the below mentioned link to troubleshoot further…
We didnt a DHCP IP address and were getting APIPA IP Address when we connected the LAN ports to directly to Laptop and Then we tried to Assign a static IP address in the range 192.168.1.X/24 and we are able to ping the 192.168.1.1 and then tried to access http:192.168.1.1 and also https://192.168.1.1 but no luck and it says Site cant be reached and try checking the connection.
Attached the Video for the LED Indication of DIAG Status