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D-Link Router My Router is a D-Link DI-614+ Going to the D-Link web page gets instructions on resetting to the defaults which in turn tell you how to change the password. IT DOES NOT GIVE YOU THE DEFAULT PASSWORD! Sorry...

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Im sorry, but the default password for your device is

User: admin
password: admin

can you correct the thanks for trying rateing in the other post. also

here http://www.fixya.com/support/t506746-reset_d_link_router

Posted on Apr 15, 2008

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Can you get into the routers web page (typically 192.168.1.1)?
Did you try resetting it to the factory defaults? Go over the instructions, reset to factory defaults, and try setting it up manually without the disk. If you don't know how, ask someone to set it up for you.

It's also possible the router is bad. I had another router brand that was acting crazy. Turned out it was defective. I replaced it and since have had no problems.

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