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6381-A3-302,6211-I1-300 Paradyne ADSL 2+/Bridge Router



I have 6381-A3-302 router when it is switched on then ping shows request time out while LAN status light remains solid green.

I have also 6211-I1-300 which show request time out in ping while LAN status light blink normaly.

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I have paradyne paradyne 6381 a3 302 lost the driver cd. My new windows xp don't pick it automaticly. plz give me a slution.

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Admin <<< username
Admin <<< pwd

Posted on Mar 30, 2010

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    userid: Admin
    pwd : Admin

    note... both username & pwd has the first letter in higher (Capital) case 'A'


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I need a user and password for paradyne 6381-a3-302 .
i do reset defualy botton but nothing to do plz
please help me
tanks

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

To reset all settings to defualt without having username and/or password check the back of router. there is a little button captioned as Reset Default. press that button.

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Sdsdfsdf wfsd

Posted on May 21, 2008

Admin/Admin default id and password

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I need
Log in Authentication username and pasword pls give me

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I do pree the reset button but i dont get any positive result plz hep me to reset my modem i m realy thankful to u every 1 :) thnks REGARDS

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According to your question, normally when a router is powered off, all the lights should go off, no light should blink in the router , and when you ping it will says request timed out, becos the is no connectivity in between the router and the computer and that is not a problem, it shows the correct response.., it the lan status blinks , the the is no proper connection, so do not worry, the proplem is if you get reuest timed outr message, when you router is on or else, when the wan light is steady,

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