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Locked out of my own router =[

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by Jeebiss, Jan 18, 2007.

  1. Jeebiss

    Jeebiss Member

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    Ok, I am in an interesting situation. I have a D-Link router that was installed about a year ago by my computer technician. He has sense gone out of business and I cannot get ahold of him. He set a user name and password and I believe he once told me but I cant seem to remember. Is it possible to get into my router without resetting it completely.

    I have the settings how I want them and I wouldnt know how to change them back if resetted.
     
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    nasayin Regular member

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    The simple answer is no. You will either have to reset and lose all the configuration that was set by the tech or try to remember your password. I believe the default user name for d-link is admin and nothing for the password field. Have you try that yet?
     
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    Yeah I tryed the default. So, there isnt any way of getting the password, or completely getting rid of it?
     

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