The present documentation tells the user to access mywifi.net.
FYI, Google Chrome now bypass the router/ISP DNS and mywifi.net is now resolving to a domain name registrar page.
I’d suggest Cambium purchase this domain name, otherwise someone more sinister could and who knows what content could be flashing up in front of users when they follow the Cambium instructions to go to www.mywifi.net
Thats a good point.
Netgear use routerlogin.net which is a domain they own. However it does mean that a manufacturer can no longer expect a dns redirect to work as a way to help a lay person access a new router.
Seems to just be a recent Google Chrome thing. I have a Netgear, the good thing is if customers go to routerlogin.net and end up at the company website rather than the device UI, it gives them step by step instructions on what to do.
Why would Cambium have used a domain name they didn’t own? I feel like I’m just seeing more and more cracks in the competency of the cnPilot team. Frankly, it’s discouraging and working to push us to another brand – though I don’t know what the brand is yet.
No, this is not how you can solve the problem. Because you can’t without modify chrome configuration like @Jaiprakash_G said, but it’s not usefule if you don’t have only corporates computer using your lan (or few yours)