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How can i get password to access router from my loptop via WIFI or how can i know the password that came from the factory

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Most of the time the user manual provides the default user name and password for the router model. Most seem to come default with admin/admin. If this has been changed and forgotten press in the reset button for 10 - 20 seconds will reset the router to factory defaults. Usually

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Almost all router has a RESET button on it that is use to reset the unit if you have problem accessing its setup page, So look for the small reset button on the actual router then once you find it press and hold that reset button using a pen or paper clip for about 15 seconds while power is ON then unplug and replug the router's power and that should be already reset.

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My Kobo Arc 32, asked for a password, when I tried to try the WiFi. I don't remember setting a password. So, now it's asking for an guest password.

It is not the Kobo that has set the password, rather the router for the wifi that you are trying to connect to. You just need to know the password for the router to let you connect. If a router has no wifi password, it is considered unsecured and ANYONE can access it. So most all routers use password protection. If it is YOUR wifi system, and you no longer know the password, you can change it if you access the router setup for wireless and change the password. Be advised, however, that all devices that connect to the wifi will need to change their passwords as well or not be connected. If it is not your wifi you are trying to connect to, then you need to obtain the wifi password from that wifi system's administrator.

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I know my password and username but it says invalide username and password

Either you've (1) entered the credentials incorrectly, (2) remembered them wrong or (3) someone has gained access to the router and changed them.

You can solve this problem only if you have physical access to the router. You should locate the reset button on the router itself. This may be recessed to prevent accidental contact, and if so - will require depressing it with a pointed object such as a pen. Performing a reset will wipe all customized settings and restore the router to factory defaults. This means you will not have wifi access to the router or internet *if* you have changed it from the original factory setting. If you are attempting this via wifi, you will need to know what those wifi settings are or connect the computer via CAT 5 network cable to one of the LAN jacks or ports on the router. Once you have found the the default wifi settings - or - have plugged the computer into a LAN jack, reboot the computer. Next, press and hold the reset button for 30 seconds while it is plugged in & powered up.

This will start the restoration of the factory default settings and cause a reboot the router. The PC will obtain an IP address automatically if connected by cable - or prompt you for the wifi's SSID and security code after it boots up. Enter the wifi factory defaults to gain access to the router and internet.

Next, gain access to the router's "set up" pages. The set up page is usually access by opening your web browser and typing or, or similar private IP address in the address bar. Your manual will have these details. If successful, you will be prompted to provide the router username and password. Again, the factory defaults are in your manual - popular username defaults are "admin" or "root" and popular passwords are: ""admin" or "password"

If successful, you're "in". You should make changes as necessary to prevent others from gaining unauthorized access - again. Do not reuse any of the previous credentials if possible. This means you should (1) change the password (and admin if allowed) fields to something only you would know and do not use words that appear in a dictionary. A mix of upper and lower case letters, numbers and symbols should be used. (2) Change the SSID to something other than the default. (3) Choose the option of NOT broadcasting the SSID. (4) Select WPA or WPA2 security. WEP is NO longer considered secure and should not be used. (5) Create another "password" for the WPA security as prompted. You will have to update every device that you wish to give access to the internet; this includes laptops, tablets, game consoles, wifi enabled cell phones, etc. You can make other changes as needed - as these are only the bare *minimum* changes you should make. Be sure your changes are saved before moving to other set up pages or rebooting the router.

Finally, write down the router's admin, password, SSID, security type (WPA or WPA2), security code and the IP address on a small piece of paper. Tape it to the underside of your router. This way, it will remain out of view but readily available to you should you ever forget this information and will save you from having to do all of this again.

Good luck!

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Wifi password

If you are using a router ( and of course have physical access to your router) reinitialize (reset it to factory default) and reconfigure your network. If password was provided by some Internet provider, contact your provider.

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Change password

Try to factory reset the router by holding the reset button for ten seconds until all lights blink. Then connect a computer to the router via ethernet and open a web browser. Type in if it is a linksys or cisco, if it is a d-link or netgear, or if it is a belkin. Netgear and d-link usually have a sticker with user id and passowrd to access the router. If it is the wifi passphrase you need, then go ahead and reset the router to factoy setting. To change the wifi password, you will need to go toe wireless security settings where they list the options for WEP, WEP2, etc.

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Model name wbmr-hp-g300h, i have lost the password so it cannot be log in

Did you loose WiFi access password or router password?
If it's WiFi password then you can connect over Ethernet cable, login to the router (default password is blank) and change WiFi password.
If it's router password you will need to reset it to factory defaults and setup everything from scratch.

Here is the manual with the details.
Wireless Configuration, p. 40
Factory Reset, p. 67

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Hi John,

The SSID is either broadcast or sheilded, depending on whether the owner wanted to broadcast it or not. Many people often choose to shield the SSID as another layer of security for their WiFi. The SSID is needed to recieve a prompt for security keys, so without the SSID, you're stuck to look for another WiFi signal.

If the WiFi router is accessible to you - that is; you own it - you can access the router's setup page via any computer that is either 1) physically connect via network cable, or 2) connected via WiFi. You will need to point your browser at the router's setup page - often is used. You will be prompted for a username and password. You didn't provide the model number of your router, but according to this Arris Router manual I found, if it was not changed from the factory default by the user - it will be "admin" and "password" (without the quotes). From here, you would go to the wireless settings to read or change the SSID and security settings.

If the router refuses the admin / password credentials, that means that it has been changed from the factory defaults. It will not be possible to view the router settings, but you can return the router back to the factory settings by locating the reset button on the device itself. With a paper clip or ball point pen, press and hold the reset button for several seconds, then release. This will remove all customizations to the router settings.

Using the manual as a guide, you can edit any of the settings as desired, but you should at least change the login password to something unique and set the WiFi security to WPA with a security key (word) that does not appear in the dictionary. Use WEP security *only* if there is no other type offered, as WEP security can be hack in under a minute or two by computer. As you can see, not broadcasting the SSID provides an additional layer of security. You can broadcast it is you wish.

Finally, record the the IP address, username, password, SSID, security type and key and attach to the underside of the router. Should you forget the info needed to access it in the future, you'll find everything you need on the label.

I hope this helps & good luck!

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Hold the reset for 60 seconds, you should have a factory setting. Google the password for the factory setting.

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I need to secure my gigaset 504 AGU, i put password on my router wifi but still i have a Enabled 50 clients,on my wireless network

you have put password for accessing your router( system config menu/router config menu) but not client WEP password, the router is still open access point( AP). configure a WEP key and then each/any of the client need to know this key/password to access internet via your router. good luck

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Same problem

Reset your router to factory default settings for that press RESET button for 10 seconds it is in back side of router then all settings defaults.Then configure your router with below method then all messup will be fixed. Connect your router to computer with ethernet cable then you can access it with following default link. or or or If you are not able to access it with above ip then check your computers ip address gateway ip is your router ip try with it. Then it ask for user name and password. Type user as "admin" and password as "admin" or "password" or blank. Then you can see configuration page of router. Then click on WAn settings and set wan settings as internet service provider settings. Then click on wireless settings then enable wifi also enter SSID name and enable broad cast turn on wifi . If you want to secure wifi then enable WEP in wireless security .Enter code it is your password to connect wifi. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa.

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Blitzz wifi router default userID and password?

The default is admin and admin...

If that doesn't work, the reset button will clear the stored login information and reset your router to factory default.
Make sure you hold that button for about 15-20 seconds before you release it. After you did this, you can access your router again via the default IP address2.gif of

The default username and password for your Blitzz router are both "admin".

Don't forget that all your personal settings will be erased as well (wireless security2.gif, port forwarding etc.

Nov 08, 2009 | Blitzz Technology (BWA611) Router

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