Posted 1/16/2020 08:58 (#7977980 - in reply to #7975589) Subject: RE: wifi password
You can reset your router to the default settings. Google it. Check on the internet for the default admin and default password for your particular router. Check to see if the defaults give you access to the routers settings. If the defaults work change them ASAP because your router is vulnerable to hacks.
If you’ve forgot the admin and password or it’s already been hacked you can retake control of your router by resetting and changing admin and password of the router and redoing your network settings. The default settings are likely to leave you with a working network with private IP addresses behind NAT (network address translation). For my own personal routers I often put a post it note with user name, password and IP address on the bottom of the router.
Edit to add warning. Don’t mess with devices provided by your Internet Service Provider, unless they say it’s OK.