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Re: cannot remember d link login and password to...
Reset your router to it's default settings.
Step 1 Locate the reset pinhole on the back of the unit.
Step 2 With the unit powered on, press and hold the Reset button.
Step 3 Hold the Reset button for about 10 seconds.
Step 4 Release the Reset button.
Step 5 The unit will reboot. Allow 20-30 seconds before reconnecting.
Step 6 The device is now at factory defaults.
Note: Do not recycle power during the reset procedure.
The setup page is 192.168.0.1, open it in a browser page.
The default user name for most D-Link devices is admin and the password is left blank.
When it says hold for about 10 seconds, don't hold for more than ten seconds or the procedure will likely fail, if ten seconds doesn't work try 5 seconds.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
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Which password? ISP password or Router password? If it is a router login password, then simply press Reset button which is very small usually located behind the router (near your lan port) & reconfigure your modem. & if it is an ISP password then contact your isp & request to reser your password.
Perform a factory reset and reconfigure the modem.
Disconnect the power cable from the back of the router.
With a bent paper clip, press and hold the red reset button on the rear of the router through the small hole indicated.
Reconnect the power cable with the button still pressed. Keep the button pressed for 5 to 10 seconds.
Connect to the router using your wired computer (desktop) via a web browser. Type the following address: 192.168.1.1
Login using username: Admin
Password is either admin, linksys, or does not have a password.
Setup your DSL Login information (uses PPPoE with Dynamic IP Address). Enter your ISP login ID and password. You may be required to specify the login ID as the full e-mail address ie: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Configure the wireless protection feature as WPA2 with AES encryption (shared-key) for best security. Also choose a strong password, 8 characters in length minimum and containing numbers, letters (uppercase and/or lower case) in the password. Passwords are case sensitive. Also be sure to change the default SSID from Linksys to something identifyable, but without using personal information.
you can find it by logging on to your router
go to internet explorer
browse to 192.168.1.1
type in your routers login/pass
if you do not know it or have not change it the default login/pass is
go to the wireless link and security you should see your wireless security key or passphase that you setup.
if it is hidden you can just reconfigure the wireless password with a new one that you can use and will need to reconfigure all other devices that are wireless.
If you think an unauthorized person has accessed your account and changed your password, secret question and your response or information from your profile, please provide the requested information.
* Name * Username (Account problematic) * Date of birth (day / month / year) * Country / region * State / Dept / Prov. * Postal Code * Approximate date of your last login * Approximate date of account opening * List of all old passwords you used with this account and that! remember * List all of your files that you remember * Name of your ISP. If you access your account from a non-personal computer (for example, from a school or workplace), indicate the name of the corresponding organization.
Once this information reaches us, we can reset your password and send it via email to the address from which you sent us your request.
Hotmail can easily know who logs into this account and now back up its warning to ISPs where the latter, closing the access ...
"If you have not already, you should add another email address (if you have one) to your Hotmail profile. So you can use the reset password email to reset your Hotmail password. To add or edit your e-mail alternative
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OK if you DO NOT know you logon & password, you will have to reset the router, remove from the power and locate the button inside a small hole at rear, press this in for a few seconds, and now your router is set to default settings and the login and password is admin, both times. You login by connecting up via an Ethernet cable and use a browser and enter the default address of the router into the address bar, 192.168. ..... and press enter. enter the login and password, admin admin Then it is a simple matter of following the instructions to set up your connection. I have given you a link for your user setup manual below get it and it shows you exactly how.
You will need your ISP Provider's logon and password.
www.cstuff.co.nz/.../D-Link/DSL-G604T%20GenII%20Installation%20Guide.pdf All in the downloadable manual above.
this is because, your ISP may refresh the ip address assigned to you for every 2 hrs....
usually belkin will understand the change of ip address and act accordingly...in you case it is not....
you can log in to router by typing 192.168.2.1 (login password: no password....leave blank and click submit...)
clicking on restore factory defaults and reconfiguring the router will fix this issue...
if it still didnot, then follow this link below and download the updated firmware for your router version (v1 or v2)....
http://tinyurl.com/33c37x4 once you updated the firmware, click on restore factory defaults and configure the router for your ISP.... Call 1800-2-belkin(235546) for technical assistance to configure your router...
Do you have an administrative login ID and password? If so, boot in safe mode and trying logging in with that login information. Is this happening because you can remember the password? Did you setup a password hint at login?
Are you losing sync with your ISP or are you just not routing. Plus are you connected via DSL or Cable? These are important questions. In any event you might be experiencing line issues. Try this: log into your router write down the configuration information (for DSL: login and password to your ISP) press and hold the reset button on your router until it resets (all lights Blink) then reconnect and reconfig your login and password to your ISP BTW the router will revert to the default entry ID and password. Once the router is reset and the configuration has been restored try to use it.