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On our wavelength
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Registered: ‎21-03-2010
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Forgotten Superhub password

Ok...I know, it will never happen to you Smiley Indifferent

 

But I did it....I have changed the original password on the hub & now wish to make a few port changes to allow Teamspeak to work (I assume this can be done in the first place).

 

Is there any way of getting the password back without a reset?

 

It is just that I had setup wireless to work with various phones, tablets, etc - which wasn't easy.  Do not want to go thro' all that again...cus you guessed it don't remember the settings!!!!!

 

Anyway, clutching at straws & probably know the answer, but had to ask Smiley Happy

 

TIA

 

Mark

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Super solver
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Registered: ‎17-08-2009
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Re: Forgotten Superhub password

You already know the answer.

 

Unless you can recall your own password then your gonna have to factory reset it.

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On our wavelength
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Re: Forgotten Superhub password

Hhhmmm..thought so..Smiley Indifferent

 

The real question is more about....Can you 'port forward' on the hub to allow Teamspeak to work before I reset router???

 

They need to be 9987, 10011 & 30033

 

Comments?

 

Mark

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Re: Forgotten Superhub password

The simple answer from me is, I dont know.

 

Maybe someone else will know.

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Registered: ‎08-06-2010
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Re: Forgotten Superhub password

if you've forgot your password not much you can do, much be some programs online that can try and find the password stored in a cookie file, but the time you take to get that to work, quicker way is just to reset and start again.. 

 

 

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