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05-11-2012 01:27 PM
Since you mentioned that you recently got TV, I assume there was a technician visit? If s, it's likely they reset the router back to factory defaults when they got into it to make sure the MoCA bridge was active. Same could also be try if they reprovisioned the router from the central office to activate the MoCA bridge for the TV STB's to be able to get their guide data, etc.
Try the serial number on the bottom of the router as the password with the userid "admin". Worst comes to worst, you can reset the router yourself and it will return to that setting thereby allowing you to get into the router.
05-11-2012 01:46 PM
Yes the technician came out and yeah I was thinking they did reset it back to the defaults however the serial number does not work nor does password or password1. ugh how annoying. thanks tho
05-11-2012 06:08 PM
Do as Lasagna suggested and perform a hard reset on the router.
You will be prompted to create a new user name and password the first time you access the router.