I Can't Find the System Password for my Router

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I Can't Find the System Password for my Router

Can anyone please help? The System Password is not on the label, and is nowhere to be found. The router is a 

i3812V. Please help?

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‎09-30-2015 1:39 AM

Re: I Can't Find the System Password for my Router

For the i3812V (iNID), there are 3 pieces in the system:

1. The i3812V, which is the box on the outside of your house.
2. The i38HG, which is the unit inside the house that has the wireless access point in it, and also has 4 Ethernet ports.
3. The iPSU, which is the battery backup unit to power the i3812V if there is a power failure.

The password on these systems is on a sticker that is on the iPSU unit.
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Re: I Can't Find the System Password for my Router

Shadow98967 - Is that used for pair bonding with an inid? I believe that case has thePW label on the power supply for the inid.
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Re: I Can't Find the System Password for my Router

What and where is the iPSU? I need to know the System Password, to make a server for me and friends to have a good time. If you mean the label, all it has is : SN, MAC, SSID , WIFI KEY, and PN ._.

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Wait what? Sorry, but I'm not very good at Computers. Haha

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Re: I Can't Find the System Password for my Router

Hi Shadow98967,

 

SomeJoe7777 and aviewer are 100% correct. The password is found on the iPSU, which can almost be anywhere in your house, but the usual areas it is in is a closet or your garage.

It should look like this:

 

 

Once you find this, the sticker with the system password is hopefully on the outside, but you may have to remove the panel door, and it will be on the panel.

 

Let us know how it goes!

-David T

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