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Topic # 64377 14-Jul-2010 11:07
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Dudes & dudettes,

I have a DSL-G604T modem, and?when switched off the user name settings are changed to

" User@jetstreamgames.co.nz " or something like that and its bloody annoying !!

Any way to stop this happening ??


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Kerry

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  Reply # 351319 14-Jul-2010 11:34
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Tried updating the firmware ? Sounds like a bug thats putting the defaults back in place.
Is it losing any other settings ? (ie: port forwarding etc)




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  Reply # 351320 14-Jul-2010 11:34
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As long as the router isn't playing up and resetting due to power surges or similar, you need to save the settings.

Step 1 is change the username/password on the WAN Settings page and click on the apply.

Step 2 is click on the Tools tab at the top of the web page and select the System option on the left.

Step 3 is clicking on the Save & Reboot option and OK the Save & Restart.

The modem will restart and store the altered settings in the router.

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