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The default password should be on the manual or the manufacturer's web site. If you told me the make and model number I can check that for you. If you have changed it and you don't mind losing all the configuration on it, you can check for a little hole on the back or the bottom of the router labeled reset. Then press a paper clip or a pen into it for like 30 seconds, then release it and reconnect everything then the password should have been restored to the default one.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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