Got a strange problem. I am in a rental house in Thailand with internet provided via C1200 router by ISP TOT. I can log in to the router via admin.
There are 2 x SSID I can log in through for internet, 2.4 and 5 ghz. The SSID names that broadcast are different to the SSID that are shown when I log in to the router. For instance, the 2.4ghz band broadcasted SSID is 'Home1' which is what I log in to connect to the internet, whereas when logged in to the router it shows SSID as 'TP-Link_3C04' for the 2.4ghz. Furthermore, the passwords assigned inside the router are not the ones I log in with. In fact, I cannot log in with the passwords show in the router, nor can I find the SSID to try to log in to it.
I want to change the admin password for the router as it is weak and also the SSID and Wifi passwords but for the life of me, I cannot find these settings anywhere. I am presuming that TOT have some kind of set up that is bypassing this router - so what function does this router have? If I change the current router settings, will my internet no longer work or will it act as a router in the middle?
When I originally moved in, I wanted to change the wifi passwords but couldn't log in to the router, so I reset the router. I had to get my landlady to call TOT as I could no longer access the internet and they sent 4 guys to fix it. None of them spoke any English, so I couldn't tell them what I was trying to achieve.
I have set up countless routers in the past and have come across admin settings that are pre-installed by the ISP but nothing where the login details are different that what are being used.
All devices show as connected via the router but show as wired, whereas only my Amazon FireTv is wired, everything else is wifi.
CWMP Settings are set with a displayed URL of http://plentyacs.com:#### with a number (####) afterwards but page does not load. If I remove the :#### than I get to a login page which doesn't accept the displayed username and password as it doesn't now know where it is routed from.
Any help appreciated.