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Hawking AR740 This AR740 is replacing a router/modem that went bad. I got it used with no documentation. The exclamation point is gone and I can telnet the router but I cannot enter a password and I cannot connect to the internet. I am using Windows XP. The ethernet light is on. I changed cables but didn't help. I forced the lan card as you instructed but didn't help.

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Hi!

Is that the router's login screen that you're talking about? Did you set a password at the AR740 before? Try possible passwords that you'd commonly using.

Try this link & hopefully this will help you..

http://www.hawkingtech.com/support/details.php?CatID=33&FamID=79&ProdID=101

Posted on May 08, 2008

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I see. I'm not really familiar on how to configure it. As far as what I've checked at its datasheet, it didn't mention that you can use IE to configure it. Have you been to its web ui before? What did you use to access it?

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