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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Problems with your D-Link DP-300U LOST IP
If you’re like me, you have a ton of computer **** laying around your house. Today I found an old D-Link DP-300U print server laying around and thought that I could put it to good use. The bad thing about these things is the fact that they do not have a hardware reset button on them, so if you forget the IP or the Password, you’re pretty much hosed… or so I thought. After doing some google searches for how to find a lost IP, I came back empty. The PS Admin program that D-Link publishes for use with this thing couldn’t find it on my network either. After some thinking, I came up with an idea.
If you know anything about networking and how networks work, you should have thought about this too. Get a Wireshark capture running. Unplug the power from the print server and then replug it. It’s going to send out an ARP on the network looking for it’s gateway which should be picked up by Wireshark. It should look like this:
In my case, it came back as 192.168.1.253. After changing the IP on my laptop to fit that subnet, I was able to log into it via it’s web interface (there was no password on it thank God!) and put it back to factory settings. Voila! What once was a brick is now a working print server!
I Copied it!
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
SOURCE: ipod touch password
connect to itunes hold the power button and the home button until screen on ipod goes black keep holding the hme button until itunes says that it detected an itouch in restore mde then you have to do a system restore n itunes
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
SOURCE: forgot password
There are two options by which you can unblock the code on your ipod. Follow any of the procedures below to unlock your ipod.
Unlock with primary computer
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
The iPod lock is a four-digit code that prevents unauthorized users from changing settings and configurations on your device. When your iPod is locked, it does not display contents onscreen and is unusable until your enter the code. If you have forgotten your code, you can unlock your iPod in one of two ways--by connecting it to the computer you used to set it up or restoring the iPod's default factory settings.
Connecting to Your Computer\Launch the iTunes program on your computer and click "Help" on the main menu. Scroll down and click "Check for updates." Close iTunes.
Connect your iPod to the computer using the supplied USB cable. Launch iTunes, which will display your iPod on the left panel.
Right-click your iPod in the iTunes program and click "Eject." Close iTunes and detach your player from the computer to unlock it.
Restoring your iPodConnect your player to the computer and launch iTunes. Click your iPod on the left panel and click the "Summary" tab. Click "Restore."
Click "Backup" to save your current settings and select the restore option you want to use. Select Option 3 or 4 if you want to install the newest iPod software.
Follow the prompts to finish the restoration and rename your iPod to restore the default factory settings.
Posted on Feb 17, 2011
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