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07-05-2011 09:50 PM
Bug Good to hear Bro - Funny how much I turn to this board and it's members for shit like this

Cook has become my Home Theatre help desk
Bek is my phone guy
Troy is my mortgage guru
Ernie is my Apple Tech Support
Chi Perf is my parts guy

Then come all my bike experts like Geo, B.H, Roman, Uncle Steve, the Tonys, Mopar and Vcook again and all the rest that have helped
07-05-2011 09:35 PM
Lupi After all the suggestions, I just spent 10 minutes rolling through any PW i've used in the last 3 years and finally got one that worked.

iPhone now connected!

Thanks for the help fellas.

Ciao,
Lupi
07-05-2011 06:41 PM
Bek Find the model number of your router, and use that plus Google to search for "default password [model]" or some variation thereof. You should be able to track down the default admin login information that way.

Otherwise, you may have to do a factory reset. Google for your model name plus "manual" and hopefully you can find a PDF that will detail everything.
07-05-2011 05:47 PM
michowski Only use admin for the password. Leave username blank
07-05-2011 05:45 PM
whiteSeatEnvy
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Originally Posted by Lupi View Post
Well that prompted a username/pw pop up, but using admin for the username, admin and anything else i would have set it to for hte pw didnt work.
Hold the reset button down for five seconds and try it again.
07-05-2011 05:44 PM
Lupi
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log into the settings as an admin and change it. If its a linksys router just open the browser and type in 192.168.1.1

Default password is admin, no log in

Well that prompted a username/pw pop up, but using admin for the username, admin and anything else i would have set it to for hte pw didnt work.
07-05-2011 05:42 PM
whiteSeatEnvy
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Originally Posted by michowski View Post
log into the settings as an admin and change it. If its a linksys router just open the browser and type in 192.168.1.1

Default password is admin, no log in
Depending on how he set it up, he might need to hold the reset button down for five seconds first.
07-05-2011 05:36 PM
michowski log into the settings as an admin and change it. If its a linksys router just open the browser and type in 192.168.1.1

Default password is admin, no log in
07-05-2011 05:34 PM
Lupi
Wi-Fi Network Key

Ok, I have wi-fi set up @ home, have had the same set up for 4 years now. All my wireless devices have been hooked to it forever.

The PC i orig set the system up with, and consequently had the encryption Key took a shit 8 months ago. I didn't need the key with the new PC cuz its hard wired.

I just bought an iPhone, and want to set it to the home wi-fi, so my question is, how the hell do i get the encryption key now?

Ciao,
Lupi

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