The internet operators usually block 80 port, which used by the web interface of the EZR33 router. To access the EZR33 router remotely on the public IP address, we need to change the port for the web interface.
When the router is turned on, access the command-line interface. Input the below command
vi /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf. Now we are in the command mode of the VI editor.
Press i on the keyboard to enter the insert mode.
Scroll down to line No.89. The original code is
#server.port = 81.
# and change the server port to
880, for example.
Press ESC on the keyboard. Exit from the insert mode to the command mode.
: wq on the keyboard to save the file and exit to the SSH terminal.
Input the below command to restart lighttpd
server /etc/init.d/lighttpd restart.
######### Options that are good to be but not neccessary to be changed ######### bind to port (default: 80)server.port = 880
Now we should re-login the router admin at
880. If your router have a public IP address, you can access the router at
*Except uses the VI editor, you can also use an SFTP client software, like WinSCP, to edit the