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Router fails to accept password

Router fails to accept password; I've tried defauts, etc...

http://192.168.0.1/

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Pin hole reset it

Do step 2 for 60 seconds instead of 20 seconds.

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Pin hole reset it

Do step 2 for 60 seconds instead of 20 seconds.

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Pin hole reset it

Do step 2 for 60 seconds instead of 20 seconds.

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Pin hole reset it

Do step 2 for 60 seconds instead of 20 seconds.

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Re: Router fails to accept password

I keep trying to re-set my password on my super hub 2 after restoring it to factory settings, putting in the default password, then changing it to another password.

I've done this a few times now, but when I put the new password in it is not recognised.

Has anyone had this problem?   I really want to keep an eye who is connected to the broadband, but I can't risk changing the password even though it prompts me to do it.

EDIT: Wouldn't you just know it, I have now succeeded in changing it and re-inputting the new password on the fifth attempt!   I admit the first few passwords were pretty complicated and I made this last one a bit less so, but I did concentrate very hard honestly!

For anyone restoring the hub to factory settings, I would suggest holding the button in with the pin etc for about 2 minutes before turning the hub off for a minute, just to make sure it loses the connection.  My hub also does it's own restart a couple of minutes after connecting anyway.

Good luck with for all password re-sets!

 

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Re: Router fails to accept password

This fixed my

  Router fails to accept password
 

Pin hole reset it

Do step 2 for 60 seconds instead of 20 seconds.

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