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on 01-07-2011 11:56 PM - last edited on 12-03-2014 02:40 PM by Yannick
Many people can get caught out with the Cisco's complicated login system, but there is a simple solution.
If you have the latest firmware version - 100512c-TLS
1) Open the modems GUI:
http://192.168.0.1 (Router mode)
or http://192.168.100.1 (Bridged mode)
2) Username = admin
3) Password = password
If you have the older firmware - 090915x-TLS
1) After a full hard reset (see image bellow), login to the modems GUI via: http://192.168.0.1
2) On the Status DOCSIS WAN page, leave the User Name and Password field blank and click Log In.
3) The gateway opens with an Administration Management page in the forefront (make sure all pop up blockers are OFF).
4) You can use the Administration Management page to change your User Name and Password.
At this point you are logged into the gateway. You can select any of the setup and management web pages.
However, you were directed to the Administration Management to serve as a reminder to set up a new password.
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on 06-01-2012 01:34 PM
The settings are controlled by the configuration file that is downloaded to the modem during authentication.
A Cable modem will work out of the box, and this is what you are doing if you factory reset the unit.
on 12-02-2012 03:26 PM
I have two problems. The second may have no relation to this thread, but i'm hoping they're somehow related:
1. I can't login to my Cisco EPC3925 router without performing a hard-reset. After a hard-reset i can login using the default username and password, but as soon as I logout (or the page expires) I can no longer login. This happens both if the default username/password combo are left unchanged, or if i modify them.
The router has acted this way since it arrived in mid 2011, and I think I have the latest firmware (epc3925-ESIP-11-v302r12911-100512c-TLS.bin). Have tried this in both Internet Explorer 9 and Chrome.
Am I missing something?
2. i can't connect wireless DLNA devices (a Samsung Galaxy S2 mobile) through the routers WiFi connection. None are recognised in either direction (although wired connections between TV, PC, and NAS work fine).
I have just been through the process of disconnecting the Cisco and replacing it with my old Netcomm NB6Plus4Wn ADSL2+ router (obviously without internet connection) and found that DLNA devices are then detected. Am now back with the Cisco and nothing's changed.
Could this be a configuration issue, or some sort of fault with the Router?
on 05-04-2012 12:51 PM
please help... it works at full speed but i need to change some settings and forward some ports
on 10-11-2013 01:12 PM
One day (a year or so ago) it just started working normally.
As I didn't notice when it happened, I don't know what changes I'd made to my pc. But things like upgrade to win 8, New antivirus software, Windows updates are all possible.
I hope you figure out out.
on 24-02-2014 01:16 PM
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