28 thoughts on “Auto login to broadband internet portal using router

  1. This is not working on SITI cable net in Kolkata. I think the issue is because we are using Static IP. Any way to achieve the same functionality using static ip’s? I am using a TP-Link router.

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  3. Dude, I followed all the steps. It’s working only in my PC. When I connect to the wifi network and try to open any webpage, it isn’t working. What am I missing in my mobile configuration?

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    • If automatic re-connection failures only when you’re using mobile then the issue must be there. Else it would be reproduced when you’re using PC too. But it’s not that. So the issue lies with your mobile to wifi connectivity.

      Clear cache, delete existing wifi connection from mobile and re-connect.

      Now check your login status from the portal home page.

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