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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Confuguration Issue
You seem to be following the correct procedure, so the only thing left to do is re-set the router. My best guess is that the router password was inadvertently changed at some point. Reset to default settings: The following reset procedure will completely restore the default settings on the router including your password. Step 1 Locate the reset pinhole on the back of the unit. Step 2 With the router powered on, press and hold the Reset button. Step 3 Hold the Reset button for about 10 seconds. Step 4 Release the Reset button. Step 5 The device is now at factory defaults. The default username is admin and leave the password blank. You'll need to follow all the steps you performed initially to re-connect to your ISP.
Posted on May 28, 2007
If the router will not connect to the internet, you will need to create the PPPOE internet connection with the username and password that your ISP provided. BPCS
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
SOURCE: DI-624 can't login as admin
I was ready to give it up and pitch the thing, but I found this on another board and it worked:
login - admin
password - password (not blank)
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
SOURCE: I can't geto into router's
I don't know what the URL you gave is for. You access your router from your web browser (Firefox, IE, etc.) with address http://192.168.0.1 or //192.168.1.1 (depending on the model) from a computer connected to one of the router's wired ports. Unless you have changed them, the default username is admin and the password is password for most Netgear routers. A few models use a capital P in password, and some use 1234 as the password. But "admin" and "password" are most common.
Even if you can access the router, I'm not sure you'll be able to read your wireless security key. I don't think the Netgear routers display the key in plain text, but I may be wrong. It's been a while since I've set one up and I don't have one handy to check. If it does show plain text you're home free. Otherwise, the thing to do is reset the router by pressing the recessed RESET button on the rear panel, holding it for about 10 seconds and releasing it. The router will restart and all its settings will be back to factory defaults. This includes the router username and password, so if you can't access the router setup pages because you don't know them, this will solve that problem.
Once you've reset the router you can set up your wireless network again, and enter a new security key. This time write it down somewhere so you don't go through this again. I put a text file with all their information in it on machines I set up for people, then give it a name and extension (netstat.sys, for example) that doesn't make it obvious what the file is, but the customer knows where to look if they need it.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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