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Anyone know what the default username/password is for a Motorola 5101 cable modem?
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There isn't supposed to be a Password, unless this is from your ISP.

Here are the username and password for the modem which are default.

 Default IP address:               192.168.100.1      
 Default admin username:       admin
 Default admin password:       motorola
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Hello,

I did try this because I found it online, but it does not work.  I presently do not have this connected to the internet and somehow the username/password does not work.  Lastly, I wanted to know what type of connector I can use to connect from the motherboard of the modem to my computer via USB.  I wanted to know the name of the connector.
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