|I have a Ubee DDW36C and Time Warner Cable in NC and I was able to access the web interface through 192.168.0.1 (NOT 192.168.100.1 as listed on the device) at first, but after resetting it via the tiny hole in the back, the "ipconfig /all" command reports my IP as a public IP *.*.*.4 and *.*.*.1 as my gateway, where all the digits are the the same except the "1" and "4". The subnet is 255.255.240.0. |
I think by resetting the modem I've somehow disabled the web GUI.
Ubee's website says that NYC customers might have their Web GUI disabled by the ISP: http://www.ubeeinteractive.com/supp...
I wonder if this "feature" is enabled automatically after a reset? Seems it would be, otherwise a NYC customer could possibly just reset the device and re-enable the Web GUI, thus circumventing some silly NYC law?
If this is the case I am irritated that NYC gov't overreach has this effect on us all (here in NC, anyway).
I will have to contact TWC for help getting the GUI back.
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