Question about D-Link DI-624 Air Plus XtremeG Wireless 108G Router (790069250842)
Hi, i forgot my username and password for the d-link website were i can turn on and off the wireless connection, and i would like to reset both the username and password to something different but i can because i forgot the username and password for the current one. If anyone can help me please PM me or put it on the forum.
Take a paperclip and poke the reset button on the back of the router, which will reset everything to factory settings, including the passwords and isp info. There is no other way to reset it ( as far as I can tell).
If your ISP requires info like DSL username and passwords then you have to reenter all of that information. You will also have to reenter all of those firewall rules too.
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
You will probably need to reset your router to get access to it again with a known username and password. BEWARE THIS WILL PROBABLY RESET ALL CONFIGURATION INFORMATION AND YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETELY RECONFIGURE YOUR ROUTER INCLUDING POSSIBLY ISP SPECIFIC INFORMATION. If you cannot do this including knowledge of all the required answers and proceed anyway you may lose access to your internet connection until this is successfully done. Proceed beyond this point AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Follow the link below to determine the model of your router
As your profile indicates you are from Australia -- there is a link at the top of the page for a DI-624+ that may also apply to you.
If this does not work or your model is not a DI-624 as indicated try the following Assuming you have a DLINK router
Go to www.dlink.com
Choose your country
attempt to access product information -- if your model does not appear there may be legacy products link on the page to choose
Download your user guide.
The following link may provide an emulator for your router to allow you to preview the configuration process (this does not configure your router. You may have noticed this emulators link earlier when accessing product information above, if you could not use the link.
AGAIN PROCEEDING BEYOND HERE CAN RESULT IN THE LOSS OF ACCESS TO YOUR INTERNET SERVICE -- proceed with care.
Doing this will may require you to configure specific ISP required entries into your router to restore internet access, I do not know what those requirements are now. I may be able to research them if you provide information about your internet service provider such as their web site or help/support web site. Be aware that you will require all answers for this before doing it as you may not have internet access again after starting this until you successfully complete this. With all the previous warnings in mind you can consider the following step.
Using the instructions in the user guide you can probably reset your router and get access to the configuration.
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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