02-15-2012 06:54 AM
What do you do if you can't log into the router admin page, and the Cisco software doesn't work. I type in 192.168.1.1 and get the login screen. I left the user field blank, and typed in admin in the password field, nothing happens. This is a router reset to factory defaults by the way. When I try to run the set up software cd, it just clocks at "updating settings" or something like this.
02-15-2012 07:02 AM
Do a 30-30-30 just to make sure you reset it fully. Remove Cisco connect. Clear your browsers history and cache. Hard wire your computer to your router then try logging in. If it still fails, try a different browser.
04-30-2012 10:01 AM
I have a wireless adapter with my PC.I need a network key or password to access the internet.
My adapter is an WiFi antena.It gets the signal,all it needs is a password to conect to a secured network.Does any one knows anything about it.
Contact Adrian at email@example.com.
05-01-2012 10:48 AM
No ,I am not the owner of the wireless network.I have a wireless adapter.I need some means to connect to internet,wireless.Is there in the thin air.All I need is a password.We the end users are paying for all these programs thru commercial addvarising.The same goes with radio ,TV and anything elseThe end user pays all the cost,fees,taxes.I need some smrt guy with knowledge in this field
05-01-2012 10:49 AM
No ,I am not the owner of the wireless network.I have a wireless adapter need some means to connect to internet,wireless there in the thin airily I need is a password the end users are paying for all these programs thru commercial advertising's same goes with radio ,TV and anything else end user pays all the cost,fees,taxes need some smart guy with knowledge in this field
05-01-2012 11:43 AM
Basically, the only way for you to connect to a wireless network (secured) is by asking the network administrator or owner of that wireless connection. If the network is secured, that means he doesn't want anybody else to connect to his network because of security purposes.
Think of it like a key to a locked door. You gotta ask the key first before you can enter with the owner's permission. My two cents.