[Unlock] how to unlcok VOICE user name & passwrod for Linksys WR I have a Linksys WRTP54G device provide by In-voice provider. Since i am not using their service and would like to use it for another provider.
Can some one help me how to unlock the existing VOICE page user name and password?
Re: [Unlock] how to unlcok VOICE user name & passwrod for Linksy Which provided did you use?
Did you try a reset to factory default using the reset button?
You should keep it pressed for a while from some sources for 30 seconds, I would say about 5-10 sec should be ok.
The default username is blank and the password admin.
i used www.in-voice.com and tried as per your suggestion, still cannot login VOICE page. The following message comes:
A username and password are being requested by »192.168.15.1. The site says: "wrtp54g user"
I keep the user name section blank as suggested and input 'admin' in the password and once clicked login button i get above message again.
I have 2 unlocking guides 1 for Vonage and 1 for Earthlink but most likely will not work in your case. What's exactly on the label, WRTP54G-NA or what?
From what I saw you might try some combinations to login admin/admin, Admin/blank, Admin/Admin.
I'm guessing you can access the router part maybe with admin/admin but not the voice part.
The label is WRTP54G V1.1, yes i can access the router part with admin/admin but not the voice part.
Have also tried your given combination and no success.
If I'm not mistaken, your router has firmware version 3.1.x (probably 3.1.17 or higher). You should be able to unlock it with the info from this thread »[Unlock] Help! Trying to unlock a RTP300 with fw 3.1.24
Providers (through asterisk): voip.ms, freephoneline, smartcall.ro, ipcomms, callcentric. Hardware: Vonage VDV21, Moto VT2x42, Linksys SPA series, Grandstream HT series, Panasonic KX-TGP5x0
It's not mentioned in that particular thread, but if those dd parameters aren't exactly correct for your particular hardware/software there's a pretty high risk of "bricking" the hardware. (Meaning that you get it into a state that it is difficult or impossible to boot or load software into.) Of course if you cannot use the device now you might think it's worth the risk.