reply to post by OrphenFire
Air OS appears to be the operating system running on ISP wireless (possibly other types too) equipment. See here
if you are really interested.
Your router should not be directly accessible from the internet nor its admin page unless you configure it manually to be that way. It's a security
risk. Always use your LAN address to make changes, never the external IP. I am guessing that you logged onto your ISP's equipment somewhere. It is
probably nothing to worry about, a single failed login attempt will not be seen as a hacking attempt. I would change your router password though just
to be on the safe side, seeing as how you now just gave that away.
As for logging into a completely different page, this is something you should see as a lesson learned. If you know it wasn't your login page, don't
login. Every time you do, you risk giving away your admin access to your router and possibly even your PC. Obviously that's a worst-case scenario and
not likely to happen but it is wise to guard against such things.
edit on 3/6/12 by LightSpeedDriver because: Typo
ETA Or it could be what the poster above mentions.
edit on 3/6/12 by LightSpeedDriver because: ETA