I just got DSL installed by my local telco. They installed the Comtrend
CT-5621T Multi-port ADSL2+ Router. It currently is functioning in bridge mode but I want to use it as a router as well, but when I access the ebadmin page i am prompted for a username/password, the manual says defaults are root/12345, but that doesnt let me in. ISP doesnt know why and is of no help. I even reset the unit back to defaults and still same issue. I can view the status information on the webadmin page but cannot make any configuration changes. I am a network administrator with 9 years experience and I am at a loss for the solution. I have tried any and all variations of default logins for all type routers I have used before. CAn anyone explain this to me, whas the issue?? I personally thing its the ISP that has changed something in teh settings but they just started putting these devices in homes and the support does not even have a clye about them. Any help is appreciated.
same as the dude above me, i cant figure out the default user or PW
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Re: CT-5621T Multi-port ADSL2+ Router issue
Do you have other wireless internet system in your area?
sometime they fight each other, I had netgear wireless and Linksys wireless for my internet. Because my business I added AT&T DSL high speed, as soon as AT&T instelled the unit, My wireless cable phone system and internet, both cut off, sometimes work but sometimes not, I just cancel AT&T DSL last month.
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Default backdoor passwords On older LinkSys routers, the default username is blank and the default password is "admin." On newer Linksys routers, both the default username and the default password are set to "admin."
WAP11 MULTI n/a (none) LINKSYS DSL TELNET n/a admin LINKSYS ETHERFAST CABLE/DSL ROUTER MULTI Administrator admin LINKSYS LINKSYS ROUTER DSL/CABLE HTTP (none) admin LINKSYS BEFW11S4 Rev. 1 HTTP admin (none) LINKSYS BEFSR41 Rev. 2 HTTP (none) admin LINKSYS WRT54G HTTP admin admin LINKSYS WAG54G HTTP admin admin LINKSYS LINKSYS DSL n/a admin LINKSYS WAP54G Rev. 2.0 HTTP (none) admin LINKSYS WRT54G Rev. ALL REVISIONS HTTP (none) admin LINKSYS MODEL WRT54GC COMPACT WIRELESS-G BROADBAND ROUTER MULTI (none) admin LINKSYS AG 241 - ADSL2 GATEWAY WITH 4-PORT SWITCH MULTI admin admin LINKSYS COMCAST Rev. COMCAST-SUPPLIED HTTP comcast 1234 LINKSYS WAG54GS MULTI admin admin LINKSYS AP 1120 MULTI n/a (none) LINKSYS PAP2 / PAP2V2 (VONAGE) HTTP admin admin LINKSYS RT31P2 (VONAGE) HTTP admin admin LINKSYS RTP300 (VONAGE) HTTP admin admin LINKSYS WRT54GP2 (VONAGE) HTTP admin admin LINKSYS WRTP54G (VONAGE) HTTP admin admin LINKSYS/ CISCO RTP300 W/2 PHONE PORTS Rev. 1.0 HTTP admin admin LINKSYS/ CISCO RTP300 W/2 PHONE PORTS Rev. 1.0 HTTP user tivonpw also, holding the reset button for about 30 seconds will clear the password usually. hope it helps. If this helps you resolve your problem, please consider giving me a good rating .It will help me as well. Thank you.
You dont need a Belkin Disk to set up - this can be done manually
you can get a manual from this site
select G in the first dropdown and then your model - theres two to choose from and then then the version
you have a choice - you could change the comtrend router to just use the modem - bridged mode - they have a few different routers
see here http://www.comtrend.com/links/i$residential-adsl2-modem-router$product.htm so not sure which one you have
if you can bridge to just use the modem then connect tothe Belkin and all PCs should connect to the Belkin
OR you can connect two routers together
Leave the comtrend router set as it is -
Set the IP address of belkin router to same subnet as the comtrend.
Depending on the DHCP range of the comtrend router - set the IP outside this range - so if comtrend is set to give an ip of 192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.100 - set the belkin to 192.168.0.254
Disable the DHCP in the belkin.
Connect the comtrend LAN to one of the Belkin LAN ports - you may need to use a crossover cable.
On the belkin the WAN port will be left unconnected