DMZ wireless set up in Cisco ASDM

Hello Experts,

I'm hoping you can help me.

We have one of our ports on our Cisco ASDM set up as a DMZ, outside our network.
I can see this configured in the ASDM interface.  
Currently we have one wireless router connected to that port.

Here is the issue.
I need to change the password.  I cannot for the life of me figure out where this is configured.  I am assuming it is the management interface of that router BUT since it's figured through Cisco and has a 10.10 ip, that doesn't go to any management page, nor do I see any place to change this.

The wireless router is a Linksys WAP-200.

How or where can I change this password to our wireless?

Thank you,

Karen
klsphotosAsked:
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Wayne88Commented:
Can you connect a laptop directly to the router?  Set the laptop with an IP address in the same subnet as the Linsys WAP-200 and see if you can pull up the page.

The interface is the same as most Linksys router, the password can be changed in the The Security Monitor - Basic Settings Tab

However, if you don't know the password to get into the UI then your only option is to reset it and use the default credentials to reconfigure:

username: admin
password: admin

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klsphotosAuthor Commented:
Thank you.  This is a very old router and we were going to upgrade it anyways so I will just wait for that and set one up fresh.

Thank you,

Karen
Wayne88Commented:
Not a problem and that's probably best.  Thank for the points.  Cheers!
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