You have to contact your service provider. That's a thing which is done by them to secure there internet service. They will give you the username and password. I evn tried that and they asked me to type the modem name and 'admin' as a password. For example, my modem is STstarcom. so the username wax starcom and password: admin.
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The P660M-61 modem does not act as a router. It is strictly a "bridge" modem so it only passes the Internet connection straight through to your router. Any port forwarding you would need to do would be on the router.
Not sure which specific router in the series you have but the following may help:
Well there should be a power light on and solid green, a DSL light solid green and on. The internet and ethernet lights should be blinking green if sending and recieving data.
I'll bet thats amber and not orange. In which case you have a 100mbps conenction to between the pc and router.
You have to set different ip address. To clear this up this how I got my setup. I have verizon internet. I use a westell 6100g modem, I have the local ip address set for 192.168.1.1 and I got a linksys wireless router and the ip address set for 192.168.9.1. Then I plug my modem into the wan port and it works. What am I doing is setting a static ip address from my modem to the router and using the router to distribute my address through the network. If you have any printers on the network you need to change that numter to 192.168.9.x number. If you don't have two different numbers set the router will take over.