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I was told to reset the router (a small red button on the back) hold it in for + - 30 seconds. then go to internet explorer my router appeared and I just entered my user name and password and all was ok.

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Need adminstrator password without the internet


if you have forgotten a password you have set on your modem/router you might need to reset it back to factory settings
or you might download one of these password recovery programs if this one doesnot work there are lots of these password sniff programs download it to a portable usb drive then install it from there

http://www.snapfiles.com/get/cainabel.html

Cain and Abel is a password recovery tool that enables network administrators to test network security, or home users to recover a variety of stored network passwords. The program reports sniffing and recovery of most popular protocols, including FTP, SMTP, POP3, HTTP, mySQL, ICQ, Telnet and others.

It can also recover passwords hidden behind asterisk (***), stored in VNC profiles, SQL Server Enterprise Manager, Remote Desktop connections and wireless connections.


Other features include LSA Secrets Dumper, Protected Storage password revealer, network enumeration, VoIP filtering and more. Probably one of the most complete network password recovery/security tools you can find.

Cain and Abel is intended for network administrators or advanced users.


IMPORTANT NOTE: Most anti-virus programs will warn you of a password cracking or hacking tool when you install this software! If you don't understand why this is, you should not download this software.


Hope this helps you

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I am trying to telnet through a Linksys RVS4000 from the wan side of the router to a fixed device on the lan side of the router. Both networks wan & lan are operational and I can ping the Wan side...


run netstat on the lan pc to see if telnet server is listening on port 23. look at logs on the router and pc to see if it is blocking any traffic. make sure lan pc has route back to wan

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HOW DO I REMOVE SMART CARD FROM WINDOWS XP LOGIN


1. Click Start
2. Click Settings
3. Select Control Panel
4. Double click Administrative Tools
5. Double click Services
6. Scroll down and highlight the service you want to adjust
7. Right-click on it and choose Properties
8. Click the stop button.
9. Select Disable or Manual in the Startup Type scroll bar.
Services to Disable:

  1. Smart Card / Smart Card Helper - If you don’t have a smart card system, you don’t need this service. As smart cards have really never taken off… i doubt you need this. Kill it.
  2. TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper service - Unless you run NetBIOS on your system, you don’t need this service. Kill it.
  3. Uninterruptible Power Supply - Although I should have a UPS, I don’t. If you don’t, then disable this service.
  4. Remote Registry service - This service allows one to remotely edit the registry through a network connection. If you are editing your registry remotely, then you are too jedi-ninja to be reading this guide. The rest of us should have this off for security alone.
  5. Error Reporting Service - A program crashes and microsoft wants to know about it. Give up your extra CPU cycles to help Gates polish his OS, or you can just disable it.
  6. Wireless Zero Configuration - Unless you use wi-fi, you can safely stop this service. If you use wi-fi, this is actually a nice little service.
  7. Alerter - This is so useless SP2 turns this off for you. For the rest of you folks, you should turn it off too.
  8. Clipbook - This service allows you to cut and paste across your private network. Most programs that actually allow you to do this use their own ways for doing this.Useless.Stop it.
  9. Computer Browser - If you are on a LAN, keep it enabled. If not, stop it. It allows you to see the other computers on your network.
  10. FastUser Switching Compatibility - If you keep multiple users/logins on your current computer, you should leave this enabled. If you always log-in the same way as the same person, you should disable this.
  11. Messenger Service - Kill it, kill it. We’ve been saying to kill this forever.
  12. NetMeeting Remote Desktop Sharing Service - If you don’t use NetMeeting, you should stop this service.
  13. Network DDE/Network DDE DSDM - DDE DSDM was an excellent idea by Microsoft that flopped. Disable both of these.
  14. Remote Desktop Help Session Manager Service - I use remote desktop all the time. However, you should not have it enabled unless you use it.
  15. Telnet Service - This allows you to use telnet to log into your system from a remote location. It’s a security risk so don’t keep it enabled unless you use it.SP2 disables it by default now.

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hey bob..
I found this article.. with some solutions to try..
post back after you try a few (are just go ahead and try them all) and tell us how it went..

http://qna.live.com/ShowQuestion.aspx?qid=BEBA1B7EFCC042428AF6643EBE1195BE

good luck!!

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HI,

Can you please tell me if you are using outlook to send mails or you have problem sending emails through yahoo or msn or aol?

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I accidentally enabled wired client filtering without adding my MAC address to the list ... how can I reset the bridge to factory defaults again?


I found the answer on the Engenius site, which directed me to use a null modem cable to Telnet into the bridge and perform a reset. All is well now.
DGL
http://www.engeniustech.com/datacom/products/resources.aspx?id=230&faq=8

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Connecting to Internet using a dial-up modem


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POP3 server has not responded in 60sec. A timeout has occurred while communicating with acct. centurytel.net


could be a number of problems.
To test this I tried to telnet to mail.centurytel.net on port 110 and it did not work. Of course this is assuming that the incoming pop3 is set to: mail.centurytel.net

If it is possible that the MX record is not set to point to the right IP which is:

mx3c35.carrierzone.com internet address = 209.235.147.40
mx4c35.carrierzone.com internet address = 209.235.147.41
mx1c35.carrierzone.com internet address = 209.235.147.38

I would suggest that you contact the hosting provider and ask then to look into the reason telnet is not working.

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