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  • Blackening
    started a topic Router fun: Netcore 2005nr

    Router fun: Netcore 2005nr

    If by some miracle one of you is using this router, do you happen to know the default user/password for it? So far it doesn't use any of the common ones, and aside from every other company called "Netcore", the only sites related to the actual router are written in Mandarin. It isn't even listed in any router password lists I've been able to find.

    Presumably the default access entries would be numerical in that case, instead of English words.

    Stupid roomate buying the cheapest one he could find. One store carries it locally and they're closed for the night.

    Netc 2005NR is the product name. S/N: 069100334

  • Piskopat
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    and Netcore 2005NR is gay cuz i just opened my ports for WCIII frozen throne but still i cant host cuz of the router and it keep changes my ip address with my brothers and im pretty sure when i get home i will open my pc and i will see that my ip changed again lol im gonna change my router to better one and i will smash this one with proud

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  • Piskopat
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    Originally posted by Blackening View Post
    If by some miracle one of you is using this router, do you happen to know the default user/password for it? So far it doesn't use any of the common ones, and aside from every other company called "Netcore", the only sites related to the actual router are written in Mandarin. It isn't even listed in any router password lists I've been able to find.

    Presumably the default access entries would be numerical in that case, instead of English words.

    Stupid roomate buying the cheapest one he could find. One store carries it locally and they're closed for the night.

    Netc 2005NR is the product name. S/N: 069100334
    I have the same router and the user name is "Guest" Password is "Guest" Enjoy

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  • Mishy
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    Are they sugar wafers? Yum.

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  • King Edward II
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    A netgear router is like 30 dollars. Jesus christ, fork over the extra five-spot.

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  • Blackening
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    Originally posted by King Edward II View Post
    That's what you get for using a router made of wafers.
    Yeah well, if my roommate wanted access to the internet he had to buy a router and he chose it.

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  • King Edward II
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    That's what you get for using a router made of wafers.

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  • Cloudy
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    If it's brand new I'd assume it would go 0000 or 00000. Maybe even 1111/11111.

    Probably not, worth a shot.

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