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Manual and/or default settings needed for Addtron ADR-E200p DSL Cable Router 4 port switch

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I have an Addtron Dsl/Cable Router with four port switch model number ADR-E200P. I would like to get it working at a non profit I do some work for. However, The addtron website seems to be unavailable. www.addtron.com. I know the default I.P. address for the router is 192.168.1.1 and I can get to the screen that asks for user name and password. But I do not know the default password or if it has been changed. Further, the unit does not seem to have a reset button or switch and may be controlled via software. If someone could offer me a link to download the manual from a third party other than the manufacturer or if someone knows how to reset the unit to its default password and what that default password is I would greatly appreciate it. If software is needed and you could provide a link to that as well I would be eternally greatful.

Thank you in advance.
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try this
default ip address to gain access to setup should be 192.168.1.1
: : default username is "root" (without the quotes) and password field should be blank

if that fails try the process at this link

http://www.driverguide.com/boards/network-adapters9/1731.html
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Thank you very much for your prompt response!!
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Your welcome
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