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Router still rejecting my credentials!

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g13000
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Router still rejecting my credentials!

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I have reset it and tried the admin and password/password1 logins, and I still cannot get into my routers preferences using the http://192.168.1.1 address. 

 

It keeps rejecting me. It is a gigabit actiontec red router. Any other thoughts to get me in?

 

Thanks!

 

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walt178
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@g13000 wrote:

I have reset it and tried the admin and password/password1 logins, and I still cannot get into my routers preferences using the http://192.168.1.1 address. 

 

It keeps rejecting me. It is a gigabit actiontec red router. Any other thoughts to get me in?

 

Thanks!

 


On the router label you should see:  User Name: admin     Password: ********

That is the password you need to use. 

Ignore the multiple characters that appear when you type in your password.

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walt178
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Re: Router still rejecting my credentials!

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@g13000 wrote:

I have reset it and tried the admin and password/password1 logins, and I still cannot get into my routers preferences using the http://192.168.1.1 address. 

 

It keeps rejecting me. It is a gigabit actiontec red router. Any other thoughts to get me in?

 

Thanks!

 


On the router label you should see:  User Name: admin     Password: ********

That is the password you need to use. 

Ignore the multiple characters that appear when you type in your password.

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