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Do you know if the MikroTik routers have a Web
interface, if so, have you used it, and how accessible is it?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, July 25, 2022 10:03
Subject: Re: Routers which have an
interface which is accessible using JAWS
accessible routers I have found are from MikroTik using the command line to
access their RouterOS UI but it is a steep learning curving as it isn’t
The Netgear range
is accessible through the GUI in the browser. I am currently managing two Orbi
Pro Mini’s, one with and one without the satellites.
email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Dave
Sent: Sunday, 24 July 2022 21:08
Subject: Routers which have an interface which is
accessible using JAWS
I need to set up port
forwarding for a particular purpose. My ISP provider, is EE. The router's
interface is mostly accessible. I was able to choose the device from the list,
enter the start and end port forwarding addresses but, I could not find the
button to press, which saves the new settings. I called EE and explained my
problem. EE sent a technician to my home to try and help me set up the
port forwarding function, which is when we discovered there were a couple of
buttons on the port forwarding page which had been designed as graphics, which
of course,no screen reader cannot speak.
Now, I am looking for
a router, which has an interface, which is accessible using JAWS. Until 2014,
when Annie and I moved to the UK, we always had Lynksys routers. Are the
modern day Lynksys routers fully accessible using JAWS, if not, can any list
members recommend a router, which is accessible, using
Any suggestions, must
contain both make and model numbers.
Thank you in
anticipation for any and all suggestions.