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Default Strange network behavior

I got a new wireless router recently and I am experiencing some strange behavior. We have a network of about 15 computers spread over a few switches. All of the computers use DHCP to receive their addresses from the router, and successfully connect to the internet and one another.

The odd behavior is that I am unable to log in to the router's web interface from all but one computer. Clearly all computers can access it in some means, because they use it as a gateway to the internet and receive their DHCP information from it. Ping and tracert work fine to its address. I have double and triple checked that it has no filter as to which IPs can access its web interface.

It's a D-Link wireless ADSL router.

I'm going nuts!
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- Does telnet to the router on port 80 work?

- Any proxy server?

- Is the one can log in router identical to the others?

- Router model?

- Any default firewall rule in the router?
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you will get better results if you post this in the "general' section as opposed to a section that is OS-specific.
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