Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT320n - How To Enter Automatically Username And Password
Apr 22, 2012
I use an internet network via wifi that require username and password. The router for wifi network in my place and i connect my cisco(linksys wrt320n) to the router. Every time i want to connect to internet i have to enter my username and password.I try to configure my cisco modem but there is no result. Is there any way or program to automatically enter the username and password?
I'm moving from an 1801W to an SRP547.My adsl supplier (BT) has given me a username and password, and also a router IP address, a subnet and an gateway IP address. I have 13 fixed IP addresses. I don't speak cisco, so I'm using the built in interface to configure it.If i choose IPoA I can enter the IP settings. If I choose PPPoA I can enter the username and password.I do not see anyway I can enter both the IP settings and the username + password on the WAN configuration page.
We are facing issue with Cisco WLC 4402 (Cisco AireOS Version 184.108.40.206) and username and password expired automatically. It happens very often. We are not able to retreive the password, so everytime we need to reset(factory default) the Cisco WLC4402 and doing fresh installation.
Also is there any possibility of recover the username and [password with resetting the cisco wlc4402.
getting the E1200 and was reading over the PDF user's guide re. guests. It says "The [b]first time[/b] your guest tries to access the Internet through a web browser, they will see the Guest access screen To continue, they must enter the password you provided in the Password field, then click LoGIn." Should I take this to mean after the first time it won't prompt them again for a password? I was wondering If my roommate wants to use my internet account if she can use the guest account every time without a password or not. If she has to enter it each time it might be easier to just add her computer to the network.
I have a Linksys WRT320N wireless router at my salon with an Ethernet connection to my POS terminal, and wireless access for my notebook. When it was originally set up (by a technical person), I used a password that is my own personal (private) password. Since then, when my clients have asked to use the wireless network, I have had to enter my password into their device since I can't tell them what it is.
Today I decided to resolve the issue, so I changed the password to something simple. But, now the password only seems to work for me and not anyone else.
I don't understand why this is happening, when my previous password worked fine on other devices.
I hesitate to keep messing with it since I am not a very technical person. For example, just changing the password today and resetting the router, etc, was a challenge and I about had a heart attack when my POS terminal wasn't responding (luckily I got some assistance from my Internet provider, even though its not their router).
I do not have Cisco Connect installed on my Notebook at work (did not have a CD drive at the time). I do have a CD drive now and can install Cisco Connect if necessary. (Again, a bit of concern that I will screw something up in the process and not have POS access.)
I have an E2500 router. When I enter 192.168.1.1 as a web address I am asked for a User name and password. When I do not enter anything for user name and put “admin” in password the screen again asks me for the same two things and eventually goes to a 401 message.
When I enter admin in user name and my secure password to allow devises to connect to the network it lets me in. I thought the password to enter the system settings and the one to enter the network are usually separate. When I open the Cisco Connect program and go into the various menus there my “secure” password is written and visible for anyone who clicks it. Is this how it is supposed to work?Also, how do I occasionally change the password to enter into the network.
I'm trying to setup a Linksys wireless-g router model number WRT54G with my DSL connection. I followed the basic instructions that came with the router and towards the end of the process it says detecting network settings with a % bar. The bar fills to 100% and then asks for a password. I've tried the password my DSL company gave me along with various other things like admin etc. After I enter the password I hit enter and it just asks me for the password over and over again.
WAG120N, recently my ISP changed my user name, and it's now over 62 characters long, which means I can't just write it down on the basic setup page. Anybody knows if there's a way to enter a 68 character long user name?
I have a problem with my linksys WRT54GL router. I entered here [URL] and i set it up, i can connect to internet on my PC and wireless works great but i can't set wireless password and name. When i go to the wireless tab, i write the new name but when i hit seve setting i get disconnected from internet. I try to go to status and click on Connect tab, when is connected internet works but the name and the password of the wireless that i set earlier is reset to default. What do i have to do to set name and password and have internet at the same time.
I am trying to figure out my WEP code to use to connect to XBOX LIVE. To log on to my internet we just have a WPA-Personal I think, so I have been trying to sign into my router to hopefully obtain my WEP key there, but cannot sign in. I have tried every combination of usernames and passwords such as:
I have tried using my router name and password when you 1st connect and got nothing.I have held the reset button for a minute straight to try and restore default settings and have got nothing. I'm trying to enter my ISP into the web browser
I'm not a very knowledgeable person when it comes to networking stuff so ill try and explain this the best I can.I have a Cisco router the number on it is EPC2425.I set a user name and password I've long forgotten for access to the web based security protocols for the modem and if there was one I've lost the disk for the control protocol program.I need to get to the port forwarding a such on there and I have no way to a present.
I just dug my router (wrt54g) out of the closet and hooked it up but I cant remember my name or password for the router. Is there anything I can do that doesn't involve paying linksys any sort of "fee"
I get into the router ok, using no username and "admin" for password.I set up the key, hit OK, then when I hit "apply" the prompt comes up for the username and password again. I skip the username, enter "admin" for password (just like I did getting into the setup earlier) except now it says it doesn't recognize, or it's invalid, etc.
I successful set up my WRT54GR router. Now I want to add a new device but can't find or remember my user name and password. So I decided to reinstall the router only to find that the http://192.168.1.1 page asks me for my admin password - having sensibly created one 4 years ago which I have now forgotten or where I wrote it down. How the hell do I get around this - if at all or do I have to buy a new router and start all over again!
The EA4500 web-settings application asks for a username and password. The username is "admin" and the password is my long (60 character) wpa key. I see where I can change the password but it says I'll lose all wireless connections. This doesn't make sense to me. I would think the router administration username and password are completely separate from the ssid and wpa key. This was the case with my earlier LinkSys router. I'd like a router administration username to be something other than the generic "admin" and a password that is easier than my long wpa key. I want a separate ssid and wpa key (what I currently have).
I want to upgrade the firmware for the router wrp400 , i am asked Username & Password in order to update the firmware.I tried admin/admin does not work. I tried to reset the router, same thing, I have no ISP user and password.
I changed my E1000 router name successfully, and then went into the Administration section to change my password. After changing the password and clicking on Save a small screen pops up asking me to verify my router's username and password. When I enter the exact same user name and password it does not accept them. When I try to enter the old user name and password it does not accept them either. I then try combinations of the two and it still will not accept the input. I have reset my router 4 times now and this keeps occurring. I am completely baffled.
i just pickup a linksys wrt54gs v5 and I cannot log into it. I reset the modem and tried to log in with the default usr/pass ( usr= leave blank , pass= admin) and it is still not working . I also tried other combination of admin, administraror, password and still nothing. Any usr/password that might work? Also I though of I might get around this problem by flashing to dd-wrt or tomato do I need to do anything in webadmin to do this?
I needed to bring my laptop Toshiba satellite A135 - S4404 computer back to factory settings. When I did I lost my internet connection. I have a wireless G router. I tried setting up a new connection. When I couldnt remember my username and password to the linksys, I made several attempts to give them one.A fool hearty effort on my part. They locked me out. I was given a red X on that particular network. How to get back to where I can give them the necessary username and password?I believe I found it written on my Linksys user guide.
I cannot access the Username and password on my WAG160N - the ones I thought were correct do not accepted, nor are the quoted 'defaults'.I have tried holding down 'reset' for 30 secs; I have tried powercycling the router after and during this; I have tried 'resetting' with the phone and ethernet connections unplugged. This is NOT returning the machine to the default settings - and neither is it 'wiping' the existing settings for my ISP.The amusing thing is - it works perfectly well, but I can't alter my security settings and I can't alter other settings if I change my ISP (as I was intending to do).