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Enable Access Point Mode

Mukeshab
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Enable Access Point Mode

Hello Team,

I am trying to do the setup of Chromecast, but I am getting below messages.

Your Chromecast was setup correctly but can not be found. Make sure that your mobile device & chormecast are on same wifi network. Turn off AP isolation. If AP Isolation is enabled on your wifi router, you need to disable it.

I do not know, how to do this.

When I tried to login on www.routerlogin.net I got the message - 

You are not connected to your Router’s WiFi network. To access routerlogin.net, your device must be connected to your Router’s WiFi network. Check your current connection and try again.

 

Kindly help to solve this issue.

 

Thank you,

Mukesh

Model: WNR2000v5|N300 WiFi Router
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antinode
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Re: Enable Access Point Mode

> Enable Access Point Mode

 

   Does that subject have anything at all to do with your question?

 

> [...] I am trying to do the setup of Chromecast, [...]

 

   Are you following some set of instructions?  Can anyone else see
them?

 

> [...] but I am getting below messages.

 

   From _what_ are you geting these messages, when you do what?

 

> I do not know, how to do this.

 

   "this" may or may not make any sense.

 

> Model: WNR2000v5|N300 WiFi Router

 

   Is that accurate?  Connected to what?

 

> When I tried to login on www.routerlogin.net I got the message -
> You are not connected to your Router's WiFi network. [...]

 

   "tried to login" from what?  Connected to what, how?

 

   Welcome to what may be the worst error message in the world.  For an
explanation, try:

 

      https://community.netgear.com/t5/x/x/m-p/1365830

 

   Briefly, the idea is that "[www.]routerlogin.net" (or ".com") should
point to your own router, but that's true only if you use your own
router for DNS name resolution.  (Or, if the Netgear router can
intercept your DNS queries.)  Regardless, you should be able to get to
the thing using its IP address, if you can determine (or guess) that.
Normally, that would be something like "192.168.1.1", but it could be
different. ("10.0.0.1" is a typical alternate, for example.)


> Kindly help [...]

 

   You first?

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