Question about Computers & Internet
If you don't have any special settings (port forwarding, ect) just set the modem back to factory defaults by go to or look in the back or bottom *depending on the brand of modem* is a tiny hole - you will need a straighted paper clip (or a cake tester) to push and hold **while modem is on and plugged in** for about 30-60 seconds. THat should put the modem back to factory defaults, that will be the factory user name and password that comes with the modem. For example Linksys is always admin (user name) and admin (password).
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
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