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router password

I need to find out what my secutity password is for my router what is the process to find, I cannot remember what I changed it to. 

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Re: router password

There should be a sticker on the router, side or bottom?

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I've looked all over my router and found nothing.  The only info I found was the SSID, WiFi KEY #, the router's ip address, MAC address, serial #, but no password.  I tried every number/word I found on the serial tag and nothing worked.  I even tried my setup info with att.  So would this pasword be on that (I mentioned above) label or should there have been another one also?

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Re: router password

Which model do you have?

 

edit--if it's the 3801, look for Device Access Code

if it's the 3800, I think it was Passcode or Passkey?

 

You can always call TS (phone number in my signature), and they can reset it for you over the phone.


tkdave wrote:

I've looked all over my router and found nothing.  The only info I found was the SSID, WiFi KEY #, the router's ip address, MAC address, serial #, but no password.  I tried every number/word I found on the serial tag and nothing worked.  I even tried my setup info with att.  So would this pasword be on that (I mentioned above) label or should there have been another one also?


 

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Model is  i3812V    I tried both of your suggestions without any luck.

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OK, you have an iNID.  Take a look at your BBU (battery backup); see if there is a sticker that shows System Password.

 

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Yep, It was right where you said.  Thanks for everything

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YW, who would have thought of putting it there! Smiley Very Happy  And you have Uverse?

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