Question about D-Link 802.11g Wireless Router WBR-1310 (WBR1310)
There should be a small button behind the router, you should be able to only press the button with a pin or a pen, something small. Keep it pressed for 15 seconds, then try the default username and password.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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Press and hold the reset button of the Linksys router using a pointed object (like a paper clip or pen) for 30 seconds.
The reset button is located in the back of the Linksys router closest to an Ethernet port.
The button is recessed to protect you from accidentally resetting the modem.
Unplug the Linksys router while pressing the reset button.
Shut down your computer for one minute.
Plug the Linksys router back into the wall outlet.
Reboot your computer.
Open your web browser to access a website.
Type the below in the address bar if you want to reset your password:
A prompt from the site will request a user name and password.
The user name stays blank, or, in some models, is "admin".
Navigate to the security tab. Input your new password to protect unauthorized access to your router
hope this helps
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