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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 45879 4-Nov-2009 13:03
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Hellow, I dunno how I can fix this, but I don't know the password to get into the site or w/e its called when you enter in your default gateway address. I have tried everything
admin
admin
password
password
admin
password
even the password that they set up as our password to get connected to our interenet
and I want to portfoward to 43213 port so I can let people who are seeding (On Utorrent) to help me upload a game I am torrenting, and also for future refferences

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  Reply # 270000 4-Nov-2009 13:22
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What brand and model of router/access point is it ?




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  Reply # 270002 4-Nov-2009 13:31
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I will pm it to u for my concerns

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 270004 4-Nov-2009 14:00
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What use is a PM? How can anyone (but xpd) help you then? And if (when?) he does help you, how will the rest of the community benefit from that?

Likely, you're still using the default username/password which will be documented in the manual. Otherwise, if you've forgotten it or don't know it then you'll have to factory reset and reconfigure.

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  Reply # 270005 4-Nov-2009 14:05
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Agreed.... its a CT-5361T - looks like default login is : root and the password is : 12345

Manual here : http://www.comtrend.com/dbase/download/CT5361T_A3.3.pdf

Never heard of the brand myself.....




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  Reply # 270010 4-Nov-2009 14:13
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You meen the user and pass is 12345?
because I just tried
User:admin pass:12345
and also
User:12345 pass:12345

OOOH nvm i found it out
But its been changed :(

But thanks for the help

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  Reply # 270015 4-Nov-2009 14:19
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username is "root" password is "12345"




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