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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are referring to your router, is it from your Internet service provider (ISP)? If so, you can call them.
If not from them and you bought it from a retail outlet, you can...
1. open your web browser like IExplorer.
2. in the address bar (Where you type in the URL (web address like www.?) type your router's IP address example:192.168.1.1
and enter the user name and password to access the router. Or
3. Press and hold the reset button on the router and start from scratch using the router's setup wizzard making a new password.
4. Using a button located on your router use the router to give permission to allow the device to access it.
NOTE: you can go on D-LINK's web site and download the users manual and/or software for your router.
Posted on Jun 02, 2015
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