Question about Chili Systems Computers & Internet
Hi, does anyone know the default GUI username and password for a Chilibox CB-160? I was given one without any doc or disks. Need this info in order to be able to login and change the setup? Thanks...
I used to work for Chili Systems so I do have the information you're looking for:
Hopefully you can get access and do what you need to do. If you need any other help, reply to this post. Also, if you would like the quick-start or configuration guides, I have those too.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
I hope alistaircb is still aound, or hopefully someone else can answer this. I have three of these chiliboxs sitting around and I want to put one to work. I want to install an open source firewall software on one. My problem is, there is a BIOS password on them and I need to get it to boot from cd (or even better, a usb stick). So anyone know what chili systems made the bios password on these little suckers? Sure is nice of them to decide to close doors and keep such things a secret.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Before doing a hard reset on the router you may want to try the default username and password. While this is not the same for all routers, this may allow you access to your router.
Username: Admin or Administrator
Password: <Blank>, try just pressing enter or try "admin" as the password as well.
If this does not work and you believe the router is using the default username and passwords try viewing the default settings at routerpasswords.com
Resetting your router
If the default username and password doesn't work it's likely you or someone whose setup your router has enabled a password that has been forgotten. Thankfully most routers will have a small pinhole button on the back or bottom of the router (like that shown in the picture to the right), pressing this button in and holding on this button for 10-15 seconds will hard reset the router. After this has been done setup the router again and enter a username and password that you can write down.
hope this helps
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