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[Solved] Removal of redirect in AP SilverCrest SWV 733 A2

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  • Level 22  
    Hello!

    I recently bought a repeater / AP / signal amplifier on sales in a well-known store or if you want a company there SilverCrest SWV 733 A2 .
    I set it to AP mode, everything bangla except that by entering the address 192.168.1.5 in the network, the hardware page opens for a moment, then some alias is made and 192.168.1.5 disappears and https: //repeater.setup/ appears in the address bar and pops up that the page is unavailable ... Initially, the equipment had IP 192.168.10.1 and after typing it, the address bar at https: //repeater.setup/ was displayed and the start page was displayed normally. Now I assigned him an IP hardly from the DHCP server on 192.168.1.5, the alias continues but it cannot find https: //repeater.setup/. How to make the browser not go further but keep the website address after IP 192.168.1.5?
  • Moderator of Networks, Internet
    alvaro99 wrote:
    Now I assigned him an IP hardly from the DHCP server on 192.168.1.5,

    Rather, it would have to be changed in the configuration of the AP / repeater itself and set a static IP address for the LAN. Unfortunately, I was not dealing with this brand.
  • Helpful post
    Network and Internet specialist
    Have you tried to access this equipment from another computer / phone?
    Probably the https: //repeater.setup/ entry was in the DNS cache under the previous IP and therefore the site is down.
    Try typing in cmd on the computer:
    ipconfig / flushdns

    possibly add an entry to the hosts file (C: \ Windows \ System32 \ drivers \ etc \ hosts) add an entry:
    192.168.1.5 repeater.setup
  • Network and Internet specialist
    I have the same device. Sometimes a restart helped when I couldn't enter the panel. Assign it a permanent IP in the panel and turn off DHCP, then you should be able to get in.
  • Level 22  
    Heinzek wrote:
    Have you tried to access this equipment from another computer / phone?
    Probably the https: //repeater.setup/ entry was in the DNS cache under the previous IP and therefore the site is down.
    Try typing in cmd on the computer:
    ipconfig / flushdns

    possibly add an entry to the hosts file (C: \ Windows \ System32 \ drivers \ etc \ hosts) add an entry:
    192.168.1.5 repeater.setup

    Thanks a lot, flushdns alone didn't help but hosts + flush entry worked perfectly .

    Restarting both devices (computer / repeater) did not do anything here. I have my IP address permanently set in the "LAN Settings" tab, but I did not give it in "Internet Settings", because the instructions show that these settings apply to the router mode, and I only want the AP.
    Removal of redirect in AP SilverCrest SWV 733 A2

    In addition, I have secured myself in such a way that the router in Ubiquiti NS M5 automatically assigns me 192.168.1.5 after MAC.
  • Level 22  
    Thanks for your help, I'll close the topic.