Question about Cisco Linksys Wireless N Home Router WRT120N Wireless router (745883589319)
I need the answer because im trying to access web based setup, but i tried tons of combinations for the password/user. the people with routers just like mine type in: 192.168.1.1, when my default gateway is 192.168.0.1, i wondered if this had anything to do with it?
Yes the default gateway is your IP address of your router. You may try once to check it out. You can change your IP address and gateway on the same segment.(Its Logical, Agreed)
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Posted on Jan 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The issue may be due to the existence of two (2) DHCP servers; 1 in the Cisco 675 and the 2nd in the DLink DI-524. You need to disable the Cisco's DHCP server function and assign static IP add & config to the DLink WAN config. This way it will only be the DLink handing out IP adds to the network.
The workaround. Install your original configuration/setting without the DLink DI-524 - PC direct to the Cisco 675 (I am assuming through Ethernet ports). Verify that indeed you are connected to the Internet and can surf the net, check e-mails, etc. Check your Networking Connection Status. Log down your PC's IP Add, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, DNS. For purposes of discussion, let's call this "N1".
After your Internet connection has been verified with your PC directly connected to the Cisco, remove the direct connection and connect the DLink DI-524 in between the Cisco router and your PC.
Log in to the DLink and modify WAN parameters using the "N1" configurations/settings.
It might be of help to disable any security (WEP WPA, MAC etc) at least while configuring.
Hope this be of help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
Sounds very much like a local routing issue on the local router. Are you sure there are no spurious routes in place for the target subnet, or a larger subnet including that one?
I would also look to the fact that you cant even resolve the hostname from the router; that suggests DNS failure, again internal to your client. Does the router refer DNS queries to an internal server, perhaps with a stale record for that host? If a different site at the same ISP is resolving and tracing succesfully, again, that suggests underlying DNS issues at the original client location.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
Use an Ethernet cable to connect from the network-port on your computer to one of the LAN ports on the router.
You should see output like:
IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.1
if the router has self-configured, and is ready for "wired" usage.
Then, start Internet Explorer.
Login to the web-server "inside" the router
Click to run the "Wireless Networking Setup Wizard" to configure it for "wireless" usage.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
Follow these steps in order to recover your password:
Use these terminal settings:
Note: The configuration register is usually set to 0x2102 or 0x102. If you can no longer access the router (because of a lost login or TACACS password), you can safely assume that your configuration register is set to 0x2102.
If the break sequence does not work, refer to Standard Break Key Sequence Combinations During Password Recovery for other key combinations.
This step bypasses the startup configuration where the passwords are stored.
The router reboots, but ignores the saved configuration.
You are in enable mode and should see the Router# prompt.
Important: Do not type copy running-config startup-config or write. These commands erase your startup configuration.
The show running-config command shows the configuration of the router. In this configuration, the shutdown command appears under all interfaces, which indicates all interfaces are currently shut down. In addition, the passwords (enable password, enable secret, vty, console passwords) are in either an encrypted or unencrypted format. You can reuse unencrypted passwords. You must change encrypted passwords to a new password.
The hostname(config)# prompt appears.
hostname(config)#enable secret cisco
If you issue a show ip interface brief command in privilege EXEC mode, every interface that you want to use should display up up. For example:
Router#show ip interface brief
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
Tips for a great answer:
Looking for the Linksys WRT120N default password? You probably have little reason to access your router on a regular basis so don't feel too bad if you've forgotten the WRT120N default password.
However, when you're troubleshooting a network problem and need to get in to the device, the WRT120N default password suddenly becomes very important.
For most versions of the Linksys WRT120N, the default password is admin. As with most passwords, the WRT120N default password is case sensitive.
In addition to the WRT120N default password, you can also see the WRT120N default username and WRT120N default IP address in the table below.
If I have that information, I'll include the exact WRT120N version number along with the correct default password. You can usually find your Linksys WRT120N version number on the bottom of the router.
Be sure to change the default router password on your WRT120N to something more secure as soon as you're in. Then use a free password manager so you'll never forget your new WRT120N password.
Help! The WRT120N Default Password Doesn't Work!
At some point during the life of your particular Cisco Linksys WRT120N, the default password, username, and/or IP address might have been changed.
In most cases, if the Linksys WRT120N default IP address has been changed, the new IP address for the WRT120N will be the same as the default gateway IP address configured for your network connection.
See How To Find the Default Gateway IP Address for help.
In situations where the WRT120N default password or WRT120N default username has changed, you'll need to reset the Linksys WRT120N to factory defaults. You can usually do that via a special button or sequence of actions.
The WRT120N manual will have specific directions for performing a factory default reset. You can download the manual for the WRT120N from Linksys Support.
Please let me know if any of the WRT120N default login data below needs updated. For other questions about the WRT120N default information on this page, see my Default Password FAQ.
WRT120N Default Password & Other Default Login DataVersionDefault UsernameDefault PasswordDefault IPPrivilegesAll[none]admin192.168.1.1Administrator
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