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What is the default password for an Adtran TA924

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I've reset my company Adtran TA924 router and need to know what is the factory password and is the DHCP function turn on at default?  If so, what is the ip scope? 192.168.?.?

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Cant help with the default password but when I reset a device like a router and want to know if DHCP is enabled I just plug a laptop in configured to use DHCP - they will both let you know
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I've tried that and did not get any ip address.  Just wanted to get confirmation on the DHCP enable on default or not.

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btw, what is the default ip address for the internal interface of the adtran router after a reset?  if DHCP is not enable, I would not know with my laptop plug into it.
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You will then be prompted for the user name and password (the default settings are admin and
password).

from: http://www.adtran.com/pub/Library/Quick_Start_Guides/Public_View/Total%20Access%20912%20916%20924%20Quick%20Start%20Guide.pdf 
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