[access-uk] Re: ruter security problems

John,

My suggestion is to hard reset your router.

I dont' trust or like those wizards that come up in Windows from a disc.

It's perfectly possible to configure your router without it and more désirable to do so.

The wizards monkey about with settings and don't always work.

To reset the router find the small inset button on the back or side of the router.

Push it gently with a pencil or pin.

Hold for 30 seconds and release.

Give the router a minute and then follow the manusla insructions.

Just to check there's a no missprint in the routers manual.

Login is,

http://192.168.1.1

username: admin
password:  admin

Is this correct?

Try just typing the password and leaving the username field blank.

The broadcom you see in Add/Remove is most likely the driver for your network card.

It'll probably be somethingk Broadcom Ethernet.

Let me know how you get on.

Dj Paddy
----- Original Message ----- From: "John R. & guide dog Iris" <johnathanrichards@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, March 08, 2008 6:34 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: ruter security problems


Hi Andy
no I've got nothing on my desktop or my start menue's or programs menue's but when I go in to the control pannel and go to add and remove programs there the programs say, Braudcam or something like that. but still apart from there I can't find or access it. the problem is on the cd that came with the ruter there is a set up wizzard but when it gets about half way through and then it asks for the admin password I enter the right one and leave the user name blank but still nothing happends it just hangs there I've had someone sighted have a look and it just greys out and nothing happends and when you go to task manager it says the program isn't responding but I've done this way over 10 times and every single time it does the same thing

I'm wondering am I able to download that setup wizzard from the linksys website?

from John and guide dog Iris
----- Original Message ----- From: "Andy Collins" <andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, March 08, 2008 6:12 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: ruter security problems


Hi John -

Have you got an icon on your desk top for your router? If so, click on that,
and you should be able to access from there, using your log in details.

HTH -

Andy
----- Original Message ----- From: "John R. & guide dog Iris" <johnathanrichards@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, March 08, 2008 5:08 PM
Subject: [access-uk] ruter security problems


| HI everyone I know this isn't very appropiate for this list but if someone
| could help on or off list will help.
| I've got a linksees ruter. I'm hard wired to the ruter but it also has
| wireless capabilities enabled. I know this because my dads laptop on
| wireless can connect to it as well.
| now the problem i'm facing is in the linksees electronic manual it gives
me
| the IP address, password, and user name to log in to the ruter. and telles
| me what should be coming up.
| now it says type that address in to the internet browser, I've done that
it
| says press enter and you'll get a logo logon  screan asking for my
password
| and user default names. but when I press enter on that address I get a 404 | error, page can not be found. but yet I'm using it now through the ruter
so
| my question is:
| how can I configger the ruter when I can't get to the settings?
|
| please can someone help me please?
|
| I'm going to be posting this on multiple lists for help please if you see
it
| more then once can you help where you can but also you can E-mail me off
| list as well on the following address:
| johnathanrichards@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
|
| thanks for anyone's help
|
| from John and guide dog Iris
|
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