The web interfaces on all these blue boxes are very similar, and most of the advice should generalize. In late 2004 the Linksys firmware underwent a major upgrade to 2.x (one easy way to spot this is the Cisco logo at the lower right). Also, they don't generate fan noise or heat. Finally, they run Linux inside and can be customized and hacked in useful ways. Linksys boxes used to have a good reputation for reliability. Something bad happened to their quality control after Cisco acquired the company in. Unfortunately when I tried other low-end brands (Belkin, Buffalo) they proved to have gross design errors. The Belkin had brain-damage in its firewall rules that interfered with local SMTP, and the Buffalo intermittently refused connections for no apparent reason. This page shows you red hat enterprise linux 5 64-bit iso how to login to the Linksys BEFSR 41 router. Other Linksys BEFSR 41 Guides Change your Linksys BEFSR 41 IP Address. Download Manuals for Linksys BEFSR 41 Setup DNS for your Linksys BEFSR 41. On it was widely reported that turning off the remote admin feature doesn't work you can still get at the administration page from the wireless side. This bug is still present in the 2.02 firmware, October 2004. Revision 2.2. Revised by: esr Removed the suggestion that Cisco be boycotted over the Lynn firing, as the lawsuit seems to have been settled on satisfactory terms. Added advice to get the WRTG 54l. Perhaps your router's default password is different than what we have listed here. Forgot Password to Linksys BEFSR 41 Router. If your Internet Service Provider supplied you with your router then you might want to try giving them a call and see if they either. Dropped Hansen Online as it hasn't been updated in a while. Revision 1.6 Revised by: esr Added Link-n-Log. Revision 1.5 Revised by: esr Added the Seattle t link. Revision 1.4 Revised by: esr Linksys has released source code. This means that Linksys boxes are no longer acquiring new firmware features, and some old ones like stateful packet inspection almost certainly won't be coming back. Provided you can live within these limits, this is actually good; simpler firmware is more stable firmware.