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Hi, I have a U.S. Robotics USR5461 router. I used to know the password, but my step-dad changed it. I am currently 'logged in' to it. I am setting up an Apache Web Server, but need the username/password to forward port 80. I've tried all the default usernames/passwords that I can find online. please help me!!! If you have any questions just ask me, and I will edit the post or reply to answer. THANKS!
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Maybe there's a reason for setting a password. Like, blocking certain websites. Parents, and step Parents, can be held accountable for what you do and see on the net.

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A Roman Ogee Bit may help.
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Use a bigger hammer.

I got lost in thought. it was unfamiliar territory.
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yeah, I know why he changed it... im not trying to be able to do sumthn wrong. just want to set up the server... i already have permission for the server. LOL
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use a bigger hammer.
wtf?
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Or a computer forum. Quite helpful.
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I don't think he knows its not a computer forum.
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Hi, I have a U.S. Robotics USR5461 router. I used to know the password, but my step-dad changed it. I am currently 'logged in' to it. I am setting up an Apache Web Server, but need the username/password to forward port 80. I've tried all the default usernames/passwords that I can find online. please help me!!! If you have any questions just ask me, and I will edit the post or reply to answer. THANKS!
Use the reset button to reset the router to factory defaults. This should include the factory set default password.
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