04-13-2014 10:43 AM
I am trying to port forward(I have no problem with the port forwarding process), but the problem is:
I have a default password set for the network configuration. The hint = System password on PSU.
I tried that multiple times, tried resetting password, also doing hard resets. It still stays as a default password every time(I may be doing the hard resets incorrectly, by resetting power and then router.). I know that I am getting the correct password every time, but I feel as if I am going in total circles.
I KNOW I have the correct password.
I keep trying to do hard resets
I have tried resetting the password.
I have tried using a large array of default passwords, just incase I wasn't doing something correctly, but now I am positive that it always just renders my password entries invalid.
04-13-2014 10:52 AM
04-13-2014 11:01 AM
But it doesn't seem I can even hard reset anymore. It requires me to give the password(will not work) to change the password. What is the proper way to hard reset my router?
04-13-2014 11:11 AM
04-13-2014 11:23 AM
Tried both the router and PSU. No luck. Seems to be only a soft reset. Is there any way to hard reset the actual i3812V?
04-13-2014 11:37 AM - edited 04-13-2014 11:42 AM
Nicholas02123 - I do not have that modem. Only seen posts that a button does a hard reset on modems. I looked at my GUI for 3801 & the site map does have a resets link, but I have to enter the PW to get through. That is why you need a button - to get by the current PW.
I googled it & here is the manual - http://www.att.com/support_media/images/pdf/uverse/iNIDv2_UG.pdf
04-13-2014 1:28 PM
on the side of the box, probably in your garage, there is a pinhole opening on the left hand side, find a paper clip or something that small, keep it depressed for about 15 seconds. that should reset it.
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