Password and Username ? For Config Livebox




 

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trickster83


hello

more out of curiosity than for any other reason I clicked on the icon of my livebox to access its configuration, and now I find a window that blocks me.

enter the name and password for sagem at http//192.168.1.1

Can someone tell me what these two unknowns are?

thank you for reading me and see you soon

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Creation: on November 10, 2007 at 15h14

Last answer: on November 24, 2007 at 19h31

 

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trickster83 wrote :

hello

more out of curiosity than for any other reason I clicked on the icon of my livebox to access its configuration, and here I fall on a window that blocks me.

enter the name and password for sagem at http//192.168.1.1

Can someone tell me what these two unknowns are?

thank you for reading me and see you soon.

 

:hello:

 User: admin

Password: admin

 These data are modifiable, by you, if you wish it
:jap:

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doudoucarro

doudoucarro doudoucarro

Posted in 2007

 

trickster83


Thank you, the first answer was good; as for the proposal to eradicate orange, I would be quite happy because it takes an infinite amount of time to open up. For the moment I simply suppressed the orange launch at startup with ccleaner, the logo that drives you crazy has disappeared; it connects anyway. I’m reluctant to try anything else because

 

trickster83


…because the connection wizard has disappeared!! I found the procedure to follow on the net; my only real flip would have been in the choice of the phone number but now… another reason to procrastinate comes from the fact that I often have to reinstall the livebox because the adsl sometimes malfunctions (it’s twice in three days for example) so when it works… yours is worth etc…

 

trickster83


and if I cut my answer in several blocks it’s for another source of boredom of a nature that doesn’t concern the internet section but I can’t resist to ask you the problem in view of your efficiency: by delirious and apparently aleatory puffs (it can happen 4 times a day like now or leave me alone for a while), or by a delirious and apparently aleatory feeling (it can happen 4 times a day like now or leave me alone for a while), or by a delirious and apparently aleatory feeling (it can happen 4 times a day like now or leave me alone for a while).

 

trickster83


…for days) suddenly appears a blue screen with a cooling announcement: the ssystem has halted …and a few words advising me to refer to my reseller; I thought it was due to the little space left on my Hard Disk but I gave it some oxygen and it happens again, win XP sp2 on part D the one I’m working on now and Win 98 on C. When it’s like that I press 6 seconds on the computer and then I restart it, and it starts again; but it’s boring! Do you have an idea? Thank you.

 

the-chosen-one

the chosen one

Posted in 2007


hi,

wouldn’t that be something like that:

 http://support.microsoft.com/d […] -us;222973

 after you’ve been advised to go to a dealer, there’s a line that usually explains what’s causing the trouble, right?

what’s the explanation at home?

 

sobis


Good morning

 Two observations:

 in choosing the phone number… there is no phone number to put behind a box.

 Your system is worrying and should not be neglected as you seem to be doing (ostrich policy…).

 The first thing to check is the operation of your fans and your working temperature (for example, with the free Speedfan).

 This can also evoke a problem with memory strips (see with the freeware Memtest)…

 … in any case, it’s not a problem to take at the light… but you have to open another topic in the XP forum…

 A

 

olliug007


Hi

For your live box, if you are connected in ethernet cable, you can remove all that concerns orange in add/remove programs, you restart and launch Internet Explorer miracle! it works, but what is the use of this orange manager except to slow down everything.

 This trick is only as miraculous as with an ethernet connection, if you are in usb, there is a driver to install that complicates the maneuver a bit.

 To access the live box, type in your address bar at the top http//192.168.1.1, then the admin credentials for both and you access the live box menu as with the orange manager button.

 

sobis


If you have installed your Box with the software, the drivers are installed and you have nothing to add after deleting the software from your ISP, which, in fact, is absolutely useless….

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