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Router Configuration

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Manufacturer / Firmware I.P. Adress Username Password
3Com Leave Empty * admin
Belkin N/A Leave Empty
DLink admin N/A
Draytek admin Leave Empty
Dynamode Br-6004w-g1 guest guest
K-Corp admin password
(Newer Linksys Models)
Leave Empty
Netgear or admin password
Sky admin sky
TP-Link admin admin
U.S. Robotics Leave Empty N/A

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Other Possible Configurations
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How do I log in to my router ?

Open your web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer). Type your routers address (For Example in the Address Window.

How do I find my routers IP Address ?

Method 1. Click, Start, Run, Type CMD, press Enter
Type IPCONFIG, press Enter,
Your routers address is the Default Gateway.
Method2. Right click "My Network Places" icon on your desktop, click Properties, double click the local area connection icon then click Support.

How do I completely reset the router ?

Sometimes known as a 'factory reset' resetting the Router will clear all user settings, back to the state it was when you received the router new. Existing firmware is retained so if you have upgraded your firmware, that will stay the same version. After resetting your router, remember that you will need to set up all of your ISP details again (and any other facilities you use on the router) so be sure that you have necessary information to hand before resetting your router.

The quickest way to reset the router is to select 'reboot' from the web configurator, and click the button for 'factory defaults'.

You can instead, press the reset button the the back of the router and hold it until the left-hand LED starts to flicker rapidly, then release the button. Wait for the router LEDs to settle and the ACT LED to flash normally again. All factory default settings will now be restored, including the default router IP address.

Security Tips

1. Turn off UPnP.
2. Change your admin password. (So wireless snoopers can't get in & access your username / password).
3. Deactivate SSID broadcast.
4. Turn on the DMZ.
5. Filter MAC addresses.
6. Customize the SSID. (Lets hackers know you have changed the default settings & know how to work the router).
7. Update your firmware.
8. Engage WPA.

DNS Server Addresses

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