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change linksys E3000 admin control pannel login/password

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Linksys E3000 router

when connected to wireless
the admin webbased control panel login is '' and password is 'admin'

how to change this
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Question by:rgb192
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by:Pradeep Dubey
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Updating the Router password through Linksys Smart Wi-Fi

Step 1:
Access your Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Account by opening a web browser such as Internet Explorer or Safari®.  In the Address bar, enter “192.168.1.1” or "myrouter.local" then press [Enter].



Step 2:
Access the router by entering the Router Password then click Sign In.



Step 3:
Under Router Settings, click Connectivity.



Step 4:
Click Edit beside Router Password.

 

Step 5:
Enter you router’s Current password, the New password you want for your router and confirm it by re-entering it on the Confirm new password field.



Step 6:
Click thebutton located at the lower right corner of the page.

Step 7:
On the pop-up box, click Yes.


http://kb.linksys.com/Linksys/ukp.aspx?vw=1&docid=b58e2031929949d78cee464ad3952b58_How_to_change_the_router_password_using_the_Cisco_Connect_Cl.xml&pid=96&slnid=2
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by:rgb192
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this link is not for linksys E3000
my interface has firmware installed but is very different buttons
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On the Administration tab of the setup viewed in the browser, the Management submenu should appear by default.

Up at the top is where you set the password, then re-enter it to confirm it matches (because all that's visible are asterisks).

At the bottom, click Save Settings.E3000 Administration->Management Page (click for larger)It should immediately prompt you to login again using the new credentials.
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thanks,

these changed password
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