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Belkin Router Reset/Access Point. Now I can't access internet. Help?

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December 29, 2013 1:40:23 PM

I made my Belkin Router an access point and never changed the IP address to my existing network. I attempted to reset it via the reset button. Now there is an unknown default password on the router. This isn't the administrator password, just the password to access the internet via the router. Does anyone know the default password? Or another way to get around this?

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December 29, 2013 1:55:22 PM
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Andre Salazar said:
I made my Belkin Router an access point and never changed the IP address to my existing network. I attempted to reset it via the reset button. Now there is an unknown default password on the router. This isn't the administrator password, just the password to access the internet via the router. Does anyone know the default password? Or another way to get around this?


Have you tried simply leaving the password box blank?

It works for me on my Belkin router
a c 202 F Wireless
a b X LAN
a b 2 Internet access
December 29, 2013 1:57:39 PM

Defaults for Belkin, if you reset it and these don't work reset it again for longer. There is no default password it is left blank. You must use a direct cable connection to the device with no other cables connected to its LAN/WAN ports.

192.168.2.1
user: none or admin
p/w: none
December 29, 2013 5:30:29 PM

samborambo56 said:
Andre Salazar said:
I made my Belkin Router an access point and never changed the IP address to my existing network. I attempted to reset it via the reset button. Now there is an unknown default password on the router. This isn't the administrator password, just the password to access the internet via the router. Does anyone know the default password? Or another way to get around this?


Have you tried simply leaving the password box blank?

It works for me on my Belkin router


Sorry, I accidentally put it as "best answer". Putting in nothing does not allow me to click the "join" button as it is in WPA2.

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