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Username:[none]
Password:Cisco or
:root
:Cisco or
:Cisco
:Cisco
Try from above 3 then you can access cisco router.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
Thanks for using FixYa.

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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I forgot my username and password


Every router I have ever seen allows you to reset the configuration to factory default - but not allow you to retrieve a forgotten password and maintain your settings at the same time. This is often referred to a "factory" or "hard" reset.

When you initiate a factory / hard reset, typically by pressing & holding a button on the router - or behind an opening in the router case - all the changes you've made to it will be returned to the factory default. Wifi becomes "open" with no password (on most devices), the login username / password also go back to default settings (common ones are: admin / admin, admin / password, <blank> / admin, <blank / password, etc.). Consult your router's set up guide or online documentation to learn what the factory / hard reset procedure and the default settings.

Once you gain access to the setup pages of the router, configure it as best as you can remember, and lock it down with good security settings. At minimum - this should include changing the router's username / password, the WiFi's SSID and do not broadcast it, add WPA or WPA2 encryption and secure it with a security key (use a mix of numbers, letters, symbols etc.).

I suggest recording the settings on paper and then tape it to the bottom of the router. There it will remain out of sight - but ready when you need it.

Good luck!

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For got password would like to reset username


Every router I have ever seen allows you to reset the configuration to factory default - but not allow you to retrieve a forgotten password and maintain your settings at the same time. This is often referred to a "factory" or "hard" reset.

When you initiate a factory / hard reset, typically by pressing & holding a button on the router - or behind an opening in the router case - all the changes you've made to it will be returned to the factory default. Wifi becomes "open" with no password (on most devices), the login username / password also go back to default settings (common ones are: admin / admin, admin / password, <blank> / admin, <blank / password, etc.). Consult your router's set up guide or online documentation to learn what the factory / hard reset procedure and the default settings.

Once you gain access to the setup pages of the router, configure it as best as you can remember, and lock it down with good security settings. At minimum - this should include changing the router's username / password, the WiFi's SSID and do not broadcast it, add WPA or WPA2 encryption and secure it with a security key (use a mix of numbers, letters, symbols etc.).

I suggest recording the settings on paper and then tape it to the bottom of the router. There it will remain out of sight - but ready when you need it.

Good luck!

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Can not log in right using my username and


Every router I have ever seen allows you to reset the configuration to factory default - but not allow you to retrieve a forgotten password and maintain your settings at the same time. This is often referred to a "factory" or "hard" reset.

When you initiate a factory / hard reset, typically by pressing & holding a button on the router - or behind an opening in the router case - all the changes you've made to it will be returned to the factory default. Wifi becomes "open" with no password (on most devices), the login username / password also go back to default settings (common ones are: admin / admin, admin / password, <blank> / admin, <blank / password, etc.). Consult your router's set up guide or online documentation to learn what the factory / hard reset procedure and the default settings.

Once you gain access to the setup pages of the router, configure it as best as you can remember, and lock it down with good security settings. At minimum - this should include changing the router's username / password, the WiFi's SSID and do not broadcast it, add WPA or WPA2 encryption and secure it with a security key (use a mix of numbers, letters, symbols etc.).

I suggest recording the settings on paper and then tape it to the bottom of the router. There it will remain out of sight - but ready when you need it.

Good luck!

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Brovis username and password


http://192.168.150.1
Default Password: 1234
username is generally "admin" by default

Reset the router by pressing the RESET button, then try the default password in case you have issues.

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I am trying to login to the advanced configuration on the router with the default username and password, but the dialog box asking for that information just reappears over and over again without any...


Since you have anew router.

Just Hard reset your router & power cycle.

Steps:
1) There will be small button at the back of the router. Press it with
a pen for 10 seconds.

2) Take the power cable out , wait for 10seconds & plug it again.

Now try doing the configuration of your router again. It should allow you to enter with default username/password anywhere.

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Linksys password recovery


Computer Hope does not assist users in bypassing this security measure. If this is your router and you've forgotten the username or password we suggest that the router be hard reset and then setup with a new username and password.
Default username and password

Before doing a hard reset on the router you may want to try the default username and password. While this is not the same for all routers, this may allow you access to your router.

Username: Admin or Administrator
Password: <Blank>, try just pressing enter or try "admin" as the password as well.

If this does not work and you believe the router is using the default username and passwords try viewing the default settings at routerpasswords.com.
Resetting your router

If the default username and password doesn't work it's likely you or someone whose setup your router has enabled a password that has been forgotten. Thankfully most routers will have a small pinhole button on the back or bottom of the router (like that shown in the picture to the right), pressing this button in and holding on this button for 10-15 seconds will hard reset the router. After this has been done setup the router again and enter a username and password that you can write down.
hope this helps

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Need new password and user


Every company that makes routers etc... has what they call backdoor (default) username and password so if you lost or forgot your username and password there is still a way to get into the router........

so google the backdoor username and password for your router..... and follow these steps


The first step is to reset the router by pressing the reset button on the back......this could be tricky sometimes cause you need something that can reach the button.... the lights will blank if you hard reset is successful .....

Once you reset the router

Step two enter the backdoor username and password....

Simple

........If this does not work .......then hard reset was not successful or you found the wrong backdoor (default) username and password


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Hard reset properly for 30 secs. & Powercycle and try again.

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Reset your Linksys router back to default:
The easiest method of resetting your Linksys router’s password is to reset your router back to the default factory settings. This is done by simply holding down the reset button located on the back of the unit for at least 30 seconds. Once the router has been reset, it must be reconfigured. Using your web browser go to URL address http://192.168.1.1. You will then be prompted to login to your router. A log-in screen asking for the password will automatically appear. At this time enter the default password “admin”, in lower case letters into the password field. The username field may be left blank at this time. (Note: both the default username and default password are set to “admin” on some of the newer Linksys router models).


If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe


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