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You need to reset your network settings.
if you have an ethernet cable, use that and type 192.168.0.1 on the adress bar. copy all of your network settings and write them down.
on the back, there's a hole that says "reset" and sometimes its colored. hold a small pin or paperclip for at least 15 seconds and then disconnect it. connect it and hold it or another 30 sec. it should have reseted. the password would be the security key under the device. or it will not have a password (for some network routers)
now type 192.168.0.1 and put all of the settings that you wrote down. you can change the password now.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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1 Enter the number you think is your 4-digit unlock code. Do it once slowly, so you don't waste the number of tries you're allowed before the cam completely locks. If you never set a code, try 1234. The factory sets this as the default. If that fails, try the last four digits of your home phone number. That's the default of some network providers. If all these fail, go to Step 2.
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