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Does the issue go away after temporarily disabling protocol filtering in the advanced setup? In not, what about temporarily uninstalling ESET?

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5 hours ago, PhilippeRiboty said:

I don't have access to my TP-Link router even if i turn off the Eset protection

 

ESET shouldn't block your access to your gateway.

What is happening when you are trying?

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10 minutes ago, Nightowl said:

ESET shouldn't block your access to your gateway.

I assume the OP means that the web admin interface of the router is not accessible.

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2 hours ago, Marcos said:

I assume the OP means that the web admin interface of the router is not accessible.

I know , it shouldn't block unless there is a script injected into the router (router is hijacked) and ESET detects and blocks that , but that should make ESET go crazy because it will trigger a detection for everything you try to access.

And I believe the user here is using nod32 av so it's without a firewall , and it can't be a mis-configured firewall rule , as firewall is not available.

So I can't think of another reasons other than the OP is mistaken and his problem with the router isn't related to ESET.

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14 hours ago, PhilippeRiboty said:

I don't have access to my TP-Link router even if i turn off the Eset protection

If Eset protection has been fully disabled, it therefore can't be the reason you can't access your router GUI settings via browser interface.

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