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is there any way to by pass login page of router's web interface
I have an ADSL modem/router/gateway. Its brand is Airties 6271. I think it is sold only in my country (TURKEY). The router is in my home and my laptop is the only computer which is connected to the router.
When I got this modem 5 months ago, i set a web interface login password. Right now i need to change wpa/wep settings but i cannot login to web interface. either i forgot password or a problem with login page exists. Anyway, i tried to push the reset button at the back with a paperclip several times.
I tried to push for 5 seconds, the lights blinks but nothing changes
Then I tried to push for 10 seconds, the same.
Then I tried to push for 30 seconds, the same
Then I tried to push for 60 seconds, the same
I tried with the phone line connected and with the line disconnected. I tried several other methods but i did not succeeded in resetting to factory settings.
Interestingly, the modem's internet connections setting is not affected all the time. In spite of all resetting trials the modem is always connected to internet.
I contacted with technical service of my modem. They said that they should keep the modem for two weeks to determine the problem. But this is too long without internet access. Is there any way to bypass login page to get to web interface. Is there any button or switch in modem's box that will actually reset the button.
Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.
Now, in a browser open address (just type it in the toolbar) 192.168.YYY.1
(The YYY is unique to your setup, it may be only 2 digits. for example, 192.168.10.1)
IF this brings up a login page for the router, you'll need to login using the name and password you chose or were given when you set it up. There are some defaults available, but if you customized it they will not work.
If, this did not bring up a login interface for the router, you'll need to find a manual for it to find out what it's default IP is. Once you do that you'll need to change your network connections setting to static ip, etc..etc. Let me know if you get to this point.
Most likely, try 192.168.your routers number.1 When it brings up the login window try the user password combo you chose and wrote down (right?)
if not try root/admin or admin/admin. If not one of those you'll have your work cut out for you finding it.
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