Changing Your Wireless Router Password to Your New IP Address
The typical configuration for a normal “router” or access point is to change the IP address and then configure the router username and password. This works fine if you are not expecting a lot of traffic coming in on your network 192.168.l.1. If yor dynamic IP address for your username and password. A static address will allow anyone who logs on to your network to be able to access the information you’ve set. A dynamic address will be different every time your computer connects to the Internet. Using a static or dynamic username and password will allow anyone who logs on to your network can access your information as long as they’re able to connect to the Internet.
How to Reset the Username and Password of Your Router
The first step in changing your username and password to your new IP address is to find the IP address of your modem. In your typical configuration, you would connect to the internet connection and then connect to the WAN modem with your new IP address. In this case, you would type in “uci=uci_rs=0xffe; uci_base=00C6Aab3;” (where “uci” is the IP address of your modem).
The second step is to use the FreeOTP software to log onto the wireless router password reset web page. You’ll need to enter in the WEP key or personal key. Keep in mind that when you type in your WEP key, it’s important that you don’t put any other characters on the field. These characters will be stripped from your data once it’s encrypted. When you are prompted to save the credentials, you should save it in a text file and then create another text file with the same details but with a different name and password.