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DI-614 router works sometimes

We use a DI-614 router that connects to a 30 port hub. It is probably time to trash it for something more modern but we need the internal configuration to make it easier to set up terminal services and our internal network.

Problem 1
We can log into the server but all of a sudden there is no internet access, and thus, no terminal services, which we need for access from our other office.

Problem 2
We can't recall the password to the router. We need to get in so that we can see the settings and ports that we opened to set up the new router. Is there a way to get a password (a hack) without resetting to factory settings?

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  • cwmobgyn Oct 28, 2008

    Thank you.

    I am working on it now (and taking time away from seeing my patients)!

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Hi ,
there is surely a way of doing that and the way is to open the routers page while connected to the router with the help of an ethernet cable .
but i would rather suggest to reset the router and then start again ... with this u can upload a new firmware for router as well ....
moreover u will be able to do all the settings on the router again ....

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

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