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Can anyone tell me what kind of router this is?

Can anyone tell me what kind of router this is?

Can anyone tell me what kind of router this is?

(OP)
I am assisting a company remotely and I need to login to their router.  They have not changed any passwords, but I don't know the default password for this because I don't know what type it is.  I have a picture of the login screen attached.  I have never seen one that looks like this before.

There is no branding or anything.

Thanks,
Pete

RE: Can anyone tell me what kind of router this is?

(OP)
I have tried
admin::admin
admin::password

It doesnt allow a blank username or a blank password
 

-Pete

RE: Can anyone tell me what kind of router this is?

Ping the ip address from your computer, the from a command prompt, do "arp -a" minus the quotes, this will show what's in your arp table to determine the MAC address of the device in question. Then go to http://www.iana.org/assignments/ethernet-numbers
and search for the company/manufacturer that has been assigned the preceding values in the hex number. Also reference http://www.cavebear.com/CaveBear/Ethernet/ that's mentioned in the link as well. This will get you pointed in the right direction. You might get lucky.

RE: Can anyone tell me what kind of router this is?

Take a look at the source code of the HTML page. Maybe their are some copyright info or similar.

Mirko
www.nwlab.net

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