Since installing W10, I cannot get to my Linksys E1500 router setup page. Firefox states site not found.
I have verified the gateway address is 192.168.5.1 and added this address to the Firefox exception list.
I am at a lost as to why this is happening.
This IP address is not on the network which your router is on. The IP address must start with 192.168.5. The router cannot have supplied this address using DHCP - you should turn on DHCP for your wireless adapter and the router should supply a compatible IP address.
Yes, 192.168.5.1 in the browser address bar will take you there but for this to work your router and your pc must be on the same LAN which is defined by the IP address and 22.214.171.124 is not on the same LAN as 192.168.5.1. The problem is that an IP address comprises two parts. In this case the network is defined by the 192.168.5 part and the device on the network is defined by the last number which must be in the range 1 - 126. This requires your pc to have an address in the form 192.168.5.* where * equals a number 1 - 126 which is not already in use by any other device on the network. If you set your pc to have an ip address assigned automatically your router should supply such an address. Alternatively, if you set the address of your network adapter manually in compliance with these rules that also should work.
What Pat said your PC MUST have an IP in the same range either manually or by DHCP than it will work. Post the IP of your Linux PC a it should be in in the same range as you router.
Right now based on you IP address you are not connected to the router, but some other device.
I have found why I cannot get to 192.168.5.1 but I do not know how to fix
the certificate problem.
My Linksys router E1500 is setup as https only and there is a problem between W10
and Cisco as to a certificate. A google search (Linksys, router, https) shows other
people are having the same issue. Either Cisco or Microsoft need to fix this.
I added to the router setup http and rebooted the router and now I can bring up the router
configurator from my W10 wireless PC.
Cisco likes to have a wired network for security (by default) because they assume business usage/ needs and doesn't like letting wifi access to the router... this is by design and not a Windows 10 issue.
The issue is not a Windows 10 problem and Cisco may or may not spend the time to put out a firmware update that meets the curent standards but thats not really the point... If you still need some help I'd suggest you try setting a static 192 address eg 192.168.5.200 using a firefox browser instead if iexplorer still can't get past on the certificate then firefox should allow you to make an temp exception.
It's a Linksys problem. I have a Linksys router with the same issue; an expired cert. If you can get to the configuration on a Linux box, enable http access. You don't really need https on in a home setting.
Certificate and everything else will come later. To put this into terms you may Understand...
126.96.36.199 is your Public Address, and the 192.168.x.xx is your internal address. one cannot talk to the other unless you make a routing table modification, which is out of the scope of this forum.
Forget about everything else, make sure your W10 machine is set to DHCP, that you can see the Network, and have the correct security key.
From what you have written, I dont even think you are on a wifi network, coz that IP address is not private.