I am trying to access my router's web gui remotely via a SSH tunnel. I can successfully login in remotely via ssh port 443 using a private key with both Putty and WinSCP. However when I want to access the web gui using http://localhost:443 or by using a SOCKS proxy (browsing the internet works fine), both results in this screenshot after the username and password prompt:
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this also has happened to me. wrt54g v.5.0 with dd-wrt v24-sp2 build 13064. it worked fine 3 weeks ago, but now it does this same thing to me. no matter how many times i reset the router, or reflash the router, or refresh the page, it continues to do this. i am trying to access it locally through 192.168.1.1. its really frustrating me. i am using internet explorer 7 as well.
I found a solution that worked for me in Firefox. This same exact issue has been bugging me for years and I never found the solution on this forum. So what I found that solved my issue was to install the "NoScript" add-on in Firefox. When you go to your router GUI through your SSH tunnel via Firefox, you will find a script block for the address you put in. Have "NoScript" allow that page. My GUI has opened with all parts of the page visible ever since.