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Hello, If you haven't changed it from default the ID and Password will be "admin". If it has been changed and you've forgot, there is a reset hole on back. Reset to default. Address would be 192.168.1.1 from there you can change SSID and password or enable WEP or WPA. Hope this helps.

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My LINKSYS as for password, it is locked


Press and hold the reset button of the Linksys router using a pointed object (like a paper clip or pen) for 30 seconds.


The reset button is located in the back of the Linksys router closest to an Ethernet port.

The button is recessed to protect you from accidentally resetting the modem.


Unplug the Linksys router while pressing the reset button.


Shut down your computer for one minute.


Plug the Linksys router back into the wall outlet.


Reboot your computer.


Open your web browser to access a website.

Type the below in the address bar if you want to reset your password:

http://192.168.1.1


A prompt from the site will request a user name and password.

The user name stays blank, or, in some models, is "admin".


Navigate to the security tab. Input your new password to protect unauthorized access to your router


hope this helps

Sep 17, 2012 | Linksys E3000-rm 802.11a/b/g/n 2.4/5ghz...

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My LINKSYS ask for password, it is locked


Press and hold the reset button of the Linksys router using a pointed object (like a paper clip or pen) for 30 seconds.


The reset button is located in the back of the Linksys router closest to an Ethernet port.

The button is recessed to protect you from accidentally resetting the modem.


Unplug the Linksys router while pressing the reset button.


Shut down your computer for one minute.


Plug the Linksys router back into the wall outlet.


Reboot your computer.


Open your web browser to access a website.

Type the below in the address bar if you want to reset your password:

http://192.168.1.1


A prompt from the site will request a user name and password.

The user name stays blank, or, in some models, is "admin".


Navigate to the security tab. Input your new password to protect unauthorized access to your router


hope this helps

Sep 17, 2012 | Linksys E3000-rm 802.11a/b/g/n 2.4/5ghz...

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How do i find my router username and password


The easy way to get password is to left click on Internet access bars near time on computer.When box appears showing wireless connections right click on your name connected to.In drop box choose properties then under security click show characters to reval password.

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I have forgotten the Passphrase to access the router. How can I remove it to gain access?


There is no way to remove a password once set So you can reset the router and make a new access point I mean re configure it

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The computer keeps telling me that it can not associate with the access point. What's the problem?


Hey Rico

You might have the wrong password for your wireless connection, if you sure that you have the right password.

Best fix for this is to by pass the linksys software and just use the windows wireless connection manager.

Try this

On the bottom right of your desktop screen, where you see the time. Right click on the green icon that says "Linksys WLAN manager" and click " use windows XP configuration manager", click yes if prompt. After that, windows is now managing your wireless connection.

To connect wirelessly, go to start > control panel > network connections
  • right click wireless network connection
  • go to properties
  • go to the wireless networks tab
  • check the box that says use windows to manage your wireless networks
  • click ok
  • right the wireless network connection icon again
  • click on view available wireless networks
  • connect to your network
make sure that you have the correct password with the right cases.

Hope this helps

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Have wireless pc in kitchen with this connected. Just upgraded my old Linksys to D-Link N router the pc in the kitchen will not connect now. Any help? Thanks


- you need to hard a pc to your new DLINK router by using a cat 5/6 cable (aka ethernet cable).
- open your web browser (IE, Mozilla)
- access control panel of dlink by typing on the address bar http://192.168.0.1
- Select Admin from the drop-down menu and then enter your password. Leave the password blank by default.
- go to wireless settings...Check the box to enable the wireless function. If you do not want to use wireless, uncheck the box to disable all the wireless functions.
- Service Set Identifier (SSID) is the name of your wireless network. Create a name using up to 32 characters. The SSID is case-sensitive.
- Start the wizard.(wireless wizard)
- follow the steps
- I should recommend using wpa tkip
- please remember the NETWORK KEY...this is your password


for your linksys..

make sure the device driver is properly install. use the linksys program to scan your wireless setup you just made. then connect...

hope this helps

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I just added the wireless notebook adapter and it


Is your wireless network secured ? IF secured then make sure that you are typing the correct network key / password.
if you are not sure about the wireless settings of the router then open the set up page of the router and check the wireless settings.
You are getting the message " connected to the access point but internet can not be found ". Are you using Linksys wireless adapter ?
What is the operating system ? If it is Windows XP then use windows utility to connect to the wireless.
Click Here for step by step instructions

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Encryptiing


Is your router from linksys also? How many wireless computers do you have? Note that if you encrypt your router, you need to make sure that each wireless computer gets the exact encryption keys you will use on the router. Usually the linksys router page can be accessed via http://192.168.1.1. Leave username blank, password is "admin". Go to Wireless >> Wireless Security. Select WEP-128 key. Enter in a passphrase and hit generate. Copy key #1 on a piece of paper (make sure it's 26 characters) and click apply. Next, go to each wireless computer and use encryption key#1 when you connect to the linksys router.

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No internet access with new Linksys wireless PCI Adapter


Don .bin is a firmware that can upload to the linksys router or any router.

So it seems that your unable to connect wirelessly using the linksys adapter? The Internet connection before is working properly?

*I might advise you to reinstall the driver of your wireless adapter using the latest driver that you can download in there support site.

- Check the Internet connection hardwired to the router if connection works it seems that problem is on the adapter.

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