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Want to access the wireless interface directly to change the network name and password via 192.168.1.1. What is the default username and password?

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Try with these login credentials

username: admin
password: admin

(or)

username: admin
password: password

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-Enter "" when the system prompts to confirm the New Password In order to complete the configuration it is necessary to save the configuration via the WEB INTERFACE
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From the web interface, the default user "admin" password is changed and console access is disabled
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To view the wireless security key info, you'll need to access the router's set up page. If you left it at the default address - that will be 192.168.0.1. You would enter that number and decimal points into the address box of your browser. I'm assuming that you have access via wireless signal - and simply need to know what the info is for use on another device. If you are not able to connect wirelessly, you'll need to use a computer that is connected by a network cable to the same network.

After accessing the setup page at 192.168.0.1 (or the page you changed it to from the default), you'll be prompted to log in by supplying user name and password credentials. Again, if you haven't changed from the default settings, enter "admin" (no quotes) for the user name and "password" (no quotes) for the password boxes.

If you are not able to get to the set up page because you changed it or you're unable to recall the login credentials, you will have to perform a master reset on the router. More on this, later.

Once logged in, click the Wireless link in the main menu of the browser interface. The Wireless Settings menu will appear. At the bottom of the page, the wireless security options and keys are presented.

A master reset is a last resort to access the settings of the router. If you do not know the IP address or user name and password info, this will be the only way back into the set up options of the router. A master reset will erase all custom settings and replace them with default values - like when it left the factory. This is done by pressing the recessed reset button on the back of the router - between the WAN and LAN ports. Press and hold the Reset button until the Test LED turns on (approx 10 seconds). The router will then reboot with the default operating settings.

You can download the manual for free, here.

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Open up an Internet browser window on your computer system. To gain access to the default settings, type in the default IP address of the wireless router in your Internet browser's address bar and press enter. You must refer to the wireless router's documentation or navigate to the manufacturer's website for the correct IP address.

2
Type the default user name and password in the security dialog box that appears, then press Enter on your keyboard. Because different router manufacturers use different default user names and passwords, refer back to your router's documentation or support webpage for the correct information.

3
Navigate through the router administration pages to find the wireless router's administrator password settings. Change the default user name and password to a unique set so that possible unauthorized access to your router settings will not take place. Make sure to hit "Save Settings" to complete the change.

4
Set up your wireless security settings by navigating to the proper administration settings page. By default, wireless routers do not come with a password for connectivity access. Choose the appropriate wireless security level you need and type in a unique user name and password. Save these new settings and log out of the router's administration setup.

5
Write down the user names and passwords for both network access and the administration setup page. Keep these user names and passwords in a safe place.

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In order to access the web interface of the router you should know the IP address of the router. Please try the following steps to check the ip address on the computer which is connected with the router (wired/wireless doesn’t matter).

1. Click on start the go to run and try cmd and click on ok.
2. Type ipconfig and press enter.
3. look for the default gateway numbers.

the default gateway is the address of the router. Open internet explorer and type http://default gateway numbers (for example http://192.168.1.1)

It should take you to the web interface of the router on which authentication is needed. The default user name and password is admin and admin.

Let me know if it help.

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A router has usually two different passwords - one to access the router configuration, another one for the wireless security.
the first one is used when you access your router via a web page, mostly http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1. The username here can not be changed and varies from router to router ( admin and root are most common.) The password can and should be changed from the default, because otherwise everyone who has access to your network can change and therefore "own" the router.

The second password (also called network key or passphrase) is for the wireless access to the router. (Look for something called WEP-key or WPA.) You can change that after you are logged into your router via web page (usually under a "Wireless Security" tab.

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you can't change the default name...that is always left blank, but you can change the password.

Access the user interface & click on Administration.  It should automatically be in the Management section at this point.

Enter your desired password in the Router Password field.
Re-enter to confirm the password in the next field.

Click on Save Settings.

For more information on working with your router, you can access the User Guide provided by LinkSys:

http://www.linksys.com/servlet/Satellite?c=L_CASupport_C2&childpagename=US%2FLayout&pagename=Linksys%2FCommon%2FVisitorWrapper&cid=1166859837401&displaypage=download

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