In my experience, any motorola router where you cannot access it, you will have to do a factory reset by typing ZAP command on startup, but the drawback of this command is you will loose your router's configuration.
try this... this is the only way u can access your router.
In my experience, any router where you cannot access it, you will have to do a factory reset. Generally there is the small paperclip size button in the back that you press and hold for 10 seconds while the router is on. after that, you release and unplug the router. Press the small button, plug in the router, and hold it for about 20 seconds. Sadly, I have found this my most common and best answer...
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LOST ROUTER LOGIN PASSWORD
If you have forgotten your personal router login password there is no way to recover it. You will have to reset the router. This means all the settings on the router will be reset to factory defaults. It also means that all your connected devices will need to be connected again with the new security information (WEP, WAP, etc,) . You will need the default admin login name and the default admin password. This can be found in the user guide that came with the router. This can usual be found online at the router manufacturers site.
There is usually a button or a switch hidden in a pinhole opening on the back of the router. Pressing and holding the switch for 10 seconds or so will cause the reset and usually the LEDs will flash and blink for several seconds as the router firmware sestets and clears out the old information.
If you are trying to get into someone else's router illegally there is no way to find out their login password.
For future reference, write the password down, or a hint at what the password is, on a piece of tape and secure it on the bottom of the router. I use my cell phone memo function to store all my passwords.
Open the setup page of the router. Go to Administration tab. There you will find the place to change the router password. Change the password, confirm it and click save settings. It will log you out. Re-login with the new password.
If you have the ID/password to login to the router, use them to login to the router, and then view the current password.
If you have "lost" that ID/password, you need to do a "factory-reset" to reset the router to the "default" ID/password. Then, use these "default" values to login to the router, and then to reconfigure both the "wired" and "wireless" network-adapters, and set a new password for your new wireless network.
Open up your browser and type in the address bar "192.168.1.1" This is the native address of the router unless you have changed it. Then go to maintenance and select password. Change it and your all set. If you need the original logon & password it is User=Admin password=password