Changing NAT Settings on NR041 Linksys Network Anywhere Router

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kappington

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I was wondering if someone could help me with this. I use the IP 192.168.1.1 and get the log-in box but when i try admin for the password or username it doesn't work. Does anyone know if I can figure out the username? If so, I pretty sure I know the password.
 

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You can reset it to factory defaults and use the default user name/password.

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Sorry, didn't mean hacking though. i thought it could be retrieved from a file or something. Anyway, when I do this, will I have to reconfigure my connection or anything like that?
 

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There's no "file" with the name or password. Obviously, setting the router to factory defaults may require some reconfiguration, especially for the wireless encryption.
 

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What will I have to do to bring the connection back? And it's a wired router, so does that make it easier to reconfigure?
 

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I tried resetting the router, and it works, but do you know the default? I tried just admin as the username, just admin as the password, and admin as the user name and password but it didn't work.
 

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If you have a cable modem, or a DSL modem that doesn't require the name/password to connect to the ISP, it'll probably work right from the factory reset. How about telling us exactly what modem and ISP you have?
 
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