Resetting the router does not reset the firmware to an earlier version, but it will change all settings back to factory defaults. Hi, This is a question for a business account but can be answered by residential techs. Now, I like unplugging my modem before I do that. If you look at the bottom of your router, you'll actually have a little login here. And the third is setting up an administrator password that will protect the router from other people making changes to our settings.
Copy and paste the default username and password below in the dialog box. Once this is done, it means that the laptop is talking to the router, and the router is talking to the modem. While it's doing that, I want to connect this router to my computer. I'm guessing it's Charter blocking access for whatever reason. This router, it actually doesn't say anything on it, but I know it's the right port because it has a different color. Actually, it works on any device that has a web browser, as long as it's connected to the router.
I can still however ping the 192. So I'm going to take this cable here. It is also important to check if the cables are broken or folded. In regards to your inquiry, , the cable modem should remain in bridge mode even if it should reboot. It's usually good to leave your modem unplugged for a few minutes before you plug it into your router.
I have a few questions. Also, since Charter has bought Time Warner Cable and Bright House, but has not converted everything to the same platforms, please note which provider you used to have and your general location. I don't even remember how I came up with that address for my modem. I need to change the wi-fi password or at least to disable it. I'm guessing it's Charter blocking access for whatever reason. Although I have no reason to doubt their word, please know that their claims are unverified.
This core subscriber device is a bridge device providing cable-based internet access to the home. Plug one side to the modem. Be sure to update this information if you add or remove devices. Anyone else have a ddm352 that can access the status page? Is there some other address you can use similar? Regardless I'm still not able to access the status page. It's a whole different ball park than Residential.
I wouldnt think it would work either but it seemed to work for cork, even though it doesnt make much sense. I'm guessing that's the public address of your modem. When the router does not work as you expect. I can access the page up until the modem is fully synced and at that time it will time out. Is there some other address you can use similar? I really need to get logged into the main page so that I can change the password and network name to what I would like. I've already plugged it into the power, which is good.
We recommend to use a different name because a default name unnecessarily identifies the make of your router, making it easier for attackers to break in. Anonymous Anybody else here, including the administrators, consider this is a backdoor? This may be changed at will by unchecking the corresponding box in the settings. The password combo below worked for me. This step is not mandatory. I can access the page up until the modem is fully synced and at that time it will time out.
Does anyone know why or what this is for? This is a community for Charter Spectrum subscribers and those who are thinking about becoming one. The status should be Enabled and at last, click the Save button. When you want to remove all previously configured settings. The model is N150 Wireless Router. If your router has external antennas, you need to be sure that they are pointing in the right direction to optimize range and performance. These names are known and limited in number, enabling to scan quickly and easily for them, and to easily detect the network and its parameters if there is a match. Feel free to ask questions and to post links to Charter-related news.
I'm going to get a hold of support tomorrow but was hoping someone has dealt with this modem already and knows how to get into the settings to change the operation mode. I plug the coax back in, and I can view the status page during the provisioning phase, but once its provisioned the page no longer works times out. Is it possible that even though I factory reset it that the cable company have it programmed to always go to a set password? The modem has rebooted a few times and the bridge mode remains active, some comments say that if the modem reboots it will switch back to router mode. It's pingable but I still can't open the router settings page in any browser. A little explanation at the bottom of the article will help.