ssh: connect to host 192.168.1.1 port 22: Connection refused
192.168.1.1 in firefox says ...
ok idk what happen but it magically came back i can access 192.168.1.1 after trying to connect to my IPV6 router page then ssh and not being able to do anything I typed 192.168.1.1 in firefox to see what the error said tho I'm sure it said connection refused or something, and it some how reset good. I can get back in the router!
but what should this be set too just out of curiosity for only the PC i'm currently on now 192.168.1.42 to connect I dont want no access from outside this machine threw the LAN. no online connections only this local computer of 42
Sorry forgot to add the picture of what I was asking.
for what to put here in these settings so ONLY my 192.168.1.42 PC can access the router no ONLINE connections just local 1 pc.
P.S. also really weird that reset like that as I was locked out I did not do anything but login via ipv6 then attempt ssh to which i could not do anything, but I got back in as you can see so something happened good for me tho. Now I just need to fix this and block the outside world from access router.
Yes you want "Web Access" enabled, at least http checked and then under Remote Access only the first 3 disabled. The last one does not matter since the first 3 are disabled. And those are only applicable for the WAN side (ie the internet side). I would just leave it as enabled, and that is it.
"Enable info site" is the site that people can see without logging into your router from the LAN side, ie it just give status on the router. The MAC Masking means that people who are not logged into the router the MAC addresses will have xx for the first four groupings of the MAC (ie the vendor id and the first part of the unique hardware id).
That is personal preference if you want to keep those enabled or not