Help forgot my router’s password

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I forgot the password to my wireless router.  Is there any way to recover it?  Hopefully, it can be reset.  I'm using D-link model dir600

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Answered By -5 points N/A #111390

Help forgot my router’s password



Hello. The simplest way you can reset your router is to find at the back a very small button, the size of a ballpoint pen, and keep it pressed for about 10 seconds, then the router will restart, you can see that with the blinking lights, in the front of it, and afterwards you can connect to your router with the default credentials, probably for dlink routers.  There you can set up your connection again and your personal passwords or other stuff. Remember after reset, you’re internet will not work until you set it up.

Answered By 0 points N/A #111392

Help forgot my router’s password



If you have forgotten the router password, you will need to reset your D link router manually. To manually reset your router, please follow these steps:

>> You’ll see a reset button at the back of your router.

>> Press the reset button for at least ten seconds.

>> Your router will be reset.

>> Now, you’ll have to configure the router once again to get internet.

>> The router will take you to its home page.

>> Please fill in the credentials which were provided by your Internet service provider.

This should fix the issue.


Thanks and regards,

Skarbos Jay.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #318488

Help forgot my router’s password


By default, most Wi-Fi routers use the following login credentials to access the Control Panel:

  • Username: admin
  • Password: 1234

These are the factory login credentials when you buy a Wi-Fi router. But because everybody who has home Wi-Fi knows this, you have to change it so no one else can access your Wi-Fi network but you. In case you forgot your login credentials for your Wi-Fi router, there is always a way to reset it back to default.

You won’t be able to recover your lost password but you can restore the original login credentials so you can log in to the router. While the router is plugged in to the power and running as usual, look at the back of the device and find a tiny hole or button labeled “Reset”.

Using a small pin, push or press and hold the reset button for about ten (10) seconds then unplug the router from the power and plug it back in. After this, wait until the router is ready then log in to your router using your web browser.

Use the default login credentials to log in or refer to your service provider for the correct default username and password in case the router was provided by them.

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