Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Another possible AC-211 Admin password

Try one of these for your AC-211 (maybe AC-211n, too):

  • s.M
  • ~~}G^
  • ~~u*9

11 comments:

altoid said...

doesn't work here (ac-211sr)

Svetlana said...

this is exactly the password that the two programs posted earlier cracked down on my ac-211sr, but when I plug it in - it does not work. What should I do ?

Leo said...

Sweet! It worked. Thanks!!

Mac said...

~~u*9 worked on my AC-211 on the WAN port.

1966 said...

Help! My AC-211-SR had the password "~~u*9". I decided I didn't want to remember that nonsense, so I logged in, went to the Password page, entered nothing into the New Password boxes, and hit the accept button. The unit reset and now has now has no password at all; it cannot be logged into! I tried the Crack program out to 65535 attempts with no luck. I opened the unit and looked but there is no manual reset button. Anybody got any ideas of how to restore access to the programming?

Vishal said...

1966, did you have the auto-configuration option on? If yes, then power on/off AC-211 few times (wait 10-15 minutes)... It should request the config file and reset the password. If auto-configuration was Off, then I would like to know if dialing some special code from phone would reset the ATA to the factory default???

hkhawaja said...

~~u*9 worked for me and I was also able to change the pwd and disable autoconfiguration.
I have signed up on lingo.com and have received their gizmo today. My Sunrocket service is still running fine as well.

Josh Draa said...
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Dimarc67 said...

~~}G^ unlocked my AC-211-SR. Attempted to configure for BroadVoice service, but BV support was unable to get it working even after I granted remote admin access to the gizmo. Guess BV isn't able to support this model, but their unit is all of $15 which they're crediting me anyway since I signed up for BYOD but was unable to use the gizmo.

Rick said...

"Help! My AC-211-SR had the password "~~u*9". I decided I didn't want to remember that nonsense, so I logged in, went to the Password page, entered nothing into the New Password boxes, and hit the accept button. The unit reset and now has now has no password at all; it cannot be logged into! I tried the Crack program out to 65535 attempts with no luck. I opened the unit and looked but there is no manual reset button. Anybody got any ideas of how to restore access to the programming?"

This 'resetting' to a blank password field was EXACTLY my same action that is creating my problem to access the Administrator menu. Can anyone help on what seems to be an irreversable error.

reply to rickspc_99 at yahoo dot com

Bill said...

got a new one here
~~s%0