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Hawking AR740 What I meant is that the only way I can communicate with the router is to telnet into it except it will not let me enter a password because when I try to type a password nothing is physically typed. I can not communicate with the router by using my web brouser which is IE7.

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  • Rontut May 15, 2008

    Hey, where did you go? Did you give up on me? I tried everything you have suggested so far and they don't help. So much for you and Fixya.

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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?

Posted on May 08, 2008

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    HAAi May 09, 2008

    Hi!



    I was browsing thru other sites and possible usernames/ passwords combinations for the Hawking routers are:



    username: (blank)

    password: (blank)



    username: admin

    password: (blank)



    Please try that if you can.

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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

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If there's a reset button then I would advise you to reset it.

You can also download the data sheet before doing the reset:

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

and according to the data sheet, your device came with a setup cd. Try to re-run the cd if you still have it.

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I want to help you out and I need to ask you these:

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