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Motorola VAP2500

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    I have the  motorola vap 2500 wireless access point  from ATT.  I found that it does have a web configuration interface. But I do not know the login and password. I have tried  all the userid/password combinations out there in the web for motorola devices.  But nothing has worked. Thinking of using hydra at this point.

   Btw, I did reset the device as well.

 

If anybody has any knowledge of how to login to the Motorola VAP 2500,

 

Thanks

Satanand 

 

 

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    I have the  motorola vap 2500 wireless access point  from ATT.  I found that it does have a web configuration interface. But I do not know the login and password. I have tried  all the userid/password combinations out there in the web for motorola devices.  But nothing has worked. Thinking of using hydra at this point.

   Btw, I did reset the device as well.

 

If anybody has any knowledge of how to login to the Motorola VAP 2500,

 

Thanks

Satanand 

 

 

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satanand wrote:

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    I have the  motorola vap 2500 wireless access point  from ATT.  I found that it does have a web configuration interface. But I do not know the login and password. I have tried  all the userid/password combinations out there in the web for motorola devices.  But nothing has worked. Thinking of using hydra at this point.

   Btw, I did reset the device as well.

 

If anybody has any knowledge of how to login to the Motorola VAP 2500,

 

Thanks

Satanand 

 

 


 

 

As far as I know the VAP2500 is not a standard access point. It's supposed to be used with the Uverse wireless TV receivers, and should be preconfigured for that purpose.

 

I don't think there is an actual log in/user ID. If you are connected to your gateway via an Ethernet cable, you should be able to access the VAP2500 user interface by typing it's IP address into your browser. The password for making configuration changes should be printed on the VAP2500 somewhere.

 

 

 

 




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satanand wrote:

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    I have the  motorola vap 2500 wireless access point  from ATT.  I found that it does have a web configuration interface. But I do not know the login and password. I have tried  all the userid/password combinations out there in the web for motorola devices.  But nothing has worked. Thinking of using hydra at this point.

   Btw, I did reset the device as well.

 

If anybody has any knowledge of how to login to the Motorola VAP 2500,

 

Thanks

Satanand 

 

 


 

 

As far as I know the VAP2500 is not a standard access point. It's supposed to be used with the Uverse wireless TV receivers, and should be preconfigured for that purpose.

 

I don't think there is an actual log in/user ID. If you are connected to your gateway via an Ethernet cable, you should be able to access the VAP2500 user interface by typing it's IP address into your browser. The password for making configuration changes should be printed on the VAP2500 somewhere.

 

 

 

 




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Try:

User: ATTadmin

Password: 2500!VAP

 

Worth a try... I guess :/.

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Try:

User: ATTadmin

Password: 2500!VAP

 

Worth a try... I guess :/.

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it is preconfigured. But I want to change the operating channels in 5 GHz.  It does have a web configuration interface.

 

and the userid and password are not printed on it.

 

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satanand

it is preconfigured. But I want to change the operating channels in 5 GHz.  It does have a web configuration interface.

 

and the userid and password are not printed on it.

 

Regards

satanand

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Well thats the first one I tried. It does not work.

 

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Satanand.

Well thats the first one I tried. It does not work.

 

Regards

Satanand.

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I've also found that resetting the device does not work. I can't find anything online that has the correct default login info. I'm showing 2 wireless receivers connecting when I only have one. I'd like to block the 2nd device or even set mac filters or something for those.

I've also found that resetting the device does not work. I can't find anything online that has the correct default login info. I'm showing 2 wireless receivers connecting when I only have one. I'd like to block the 2nd device or even set mac filters or something for those.

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Satanand - did you try Hydra? What did you find out?

Satanand - did you try Hydra? What did you find out?

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Normally I'm fairly caught up with different network tools, but I can't figure out what Hydra is for the life of me.  I know someone used to keep a public list of default passwords, but I can't remember that site either.

 

Also, I'm not sure if I should start a new thread or just stay here, but other than running a free wireless network scanner, does anyone know of a way to tell what the VAP2500 is using?  2.4ghz, and channel? 5ghz and channel?  Does it broadcast and ID?  I hate not having good documentation or access to the configuration.

 

Like many people I run a router behind the RG for GigE and 802.11n, and I like to know how my equipment is layed out.

 

Thanks for any info,

 

Jim

Normally I'm fairly caught up with different network tools, but I can't figure out what Hydra is for the life of me.  I know someone used to keep a public list of default passwords, but I can't remember that site either.

 

Also, I'm not sure if I should start a new thread or just stay here, but other than running a free wireless network scanner, does anyone know of a way to tell what the VAP2500 is using?  2.4ghz, and channel? 5ghz and channel?  Does it broadcast and ID?  I hate not having good documentation or access to the configuration.

 

Like many people I run a router behind the RG for GigE and 802.11n, and I like to know how my equipment is layed out.

 

Thanks for any info,

 

Jim

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It uses normal 802.11n channels in the 5 Ghz frequency space.  I'm sure it dynamically selects a channel based on conditions.

 

It uses normal 802.11n channels in the 5 Ghz frequency space.  I'm sure it dynamically selects a channel based on conditions.

 

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Thanks JefferMC, it's just too bad they don't provide the current information on the homepage the same as the RG.

Thanks JefferMC, it's just too bad they don't provide the current information on the homepage the same as the RG.

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The VAP can be seen on inSSIDer. It used 5 GHz with 4x4 N(600 Mbps). It can use the newer 5 GHz channels from what I saw 52+58 and 108+112(Probably more, but I haven't had the chance to see it use more than those others).

 

It broadcasts with the network name "MotoVAP_xxxxxxxxxxxx"

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The VAP can be seen on inSSIDer. It used 5 GHz with 4x4 N(600 Mbps). It can use the newer 5 GHz channels from what I saw 52+58 and 108+112(Probably more, but I haven't had the chance to see it use more than those others).

 

It broadcasts with the network name "MotoVAP_xxxxxxxxxxxx"

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@Darknessrise, thanks for inSSIDer.  I've used netstumbler for years, and it is nice to have a new app to try.  

@Darknessrise, thanks for inSSIDer.  I've used netstumbler for years, and it is nice to have a new app to try.  

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I discovered, with some help, that the 2nd device connecting (the 2nd mac address that has its own ip and serves no purpose that I can see) is most likely a 2nd device on the 1 wireless receiver that only connects when using the receiver via the wireless access point. So, if you plug it in directly to the router, and not use the access point, it goes away. However, so far nobody has been able to explain to me what it is and what is does.
I discovered, with some help, that the 2nd device connecting (the 2nd mac address that has its own ip and serves no purpose that I can see) is most likely a 2nd device on the 1 wireless receiver that only connects when using the receiver via the wireless access point. So, if you plug it in directly to the router, and not use the access point, it goes away. However, so far nobody has been able to explain to me what it is and what is does.

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What is the default log in address? For Netgear the router log in address is 192.168.0.1.
What is the default log in address? For Netgear the router log in address is 192.168.0.1.

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Edited by Darknessrise on Apr 26, 2014 at 5:35:03 PM

smith.infosystems wrote:
What is the default log in address? For Netgear the router log in address is 192.168.0.1.

Are you talking about the VAP2500's default login? The login for it would be whatever IP address it has been assigned by DHCP. However, the username/password are currently unknown.

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smith.infosystems wrote:
What is the default log in address? For Netgear the router log in address is 192.168.0.1.

Are you talking about the VAP2500's default login? The login for it would be whatever IP address it has been assigned by DHCP. However, the username/password are currently unknown.

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Edited by Darknessrise on Aug 20, 2014 at 4:38:56 PM

Darknessrise wrote:

Try:

User: ATTadmin

Password: 2500!VAP

 

Worth a try... I guess :/.


The mystery has been solved thanks to some amazing people at Dslreports.com!

 

It's -

User:ATTadmin

Password:2500!VaP

 

I was so close, yet so far....

 

 

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Darknessrise wrote:

Try:

User: ATTadmin

Password: 2500!VAP

 

Worth a try... I guess :/.


The mystery has been solved thanks to some amazing people at Dslreports.com!

 

It's -

User:ATTadmin

Password:2500!VaP

 

I was so close, yet so far....

 

 

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does NOT work on mine

 

 

does NOT work on mine

 

 

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Any more luck with info to log in
Any more luck with info to log in

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I tried accessing my MotoVap via its DHCP assigned IP address and i dont get a response.<br><br>Is there some other way or IP address to access it?<br><br>Ive been having issues with it using the same channel as comcasts darn APs that annoying use several channels in the neighborhood. My wireless boxes seem to have issues because of this.<br><br>I would like to manually change the channel but as i said i cant acces it.<br><br>I have an android tablet with WiFi analyzer and can see the MotoVAP broadcasting...
I tried accessing my MotoVap via its DHCP assigned IP address and i dont get a response.<br><br>Is there some other way or IP address to access it?<br><br>Ive been having issues with it using the same channel as comcasts darn APs that annoying use several channels in the neighborhood. My wireless boxes seem to have issues because of this.<br><br>I would like to manually change the channel but as i said i cant acces it.<br><br>I have an android tablet with WiFi analyzer and can see the MotoVAP broadcasting...

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