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D-Link Di-524 802.11y/2.4HHz Wireless router (Username & Passwd.)

Posted on 2006-11-16
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Hello Experts,

Based on my question : http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Q_21744703.html

Today i reformat my laptop and i've forget my D-Link Password...

i'm trying to log to http://192.168.0.1/ but usually what is the login name  and password?

Thank you,
Elie.
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 admin
for the password
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Default:

username:  admin
password:  admin

If that doesnt work then reset the router.
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by:sirbounty
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..or try just admin for the username with no password
(per http://forums.speedguide.net/archive/index.php/t-160403.html)
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by:Smacky311
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OR if your router was given to you free by the ISP then it may have a special default username and password which your ISP will have to give you (rare, but it happens).
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by:elieazzi
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I remember i've change the default pswd... but i'm not able to remember... what do u think?

so for login is always admin...
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by:Smacky311
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You have to hold the reset button down for 10 seconds on the back of the router.  You can't get into it without doing that if you don't remember the password.
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Step 1 Locate the reset pinhole on the back of the unit.

Step 2 With the unit powered on, press and hold the Reset button.

Step 3 Hold the Reset button for about 10 seconds.

Step 4 Release the Reset button.

Step 5 The unit will reboot. Allow 20-30 seconds before reconnecting.

Step 6 The device is now at factory defaults.

Note: Do not recycle power during the reset procedure.

The default user name for most D-Link devices is admin and the password is left blank.
When it says hold for about 10 seconds, don't hold for more than ten seconds or the procedure will likely fail, if ten seconds doesn't work try 5 seconds.
ref: http://www.computing.net/networking/wwwboard/forum/22359.html 
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by:Smacky311
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If your stuck you can contact Dlink tech support by phone at:   (1.877.453.5465)

Its absolutely free call.
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What does {http:#18060356} have to do with the question?
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