- trying to log into my router but unable to get in i know the username is admin because when i tried to use user or user id or password in the admin spot it says that its not a user name but when i put in admin it tells me the password is wrong and with admin ive tried password, admin, user, userid dont know what else to try i didnt change it myself this is my first time logging into the router since i got it so i know it wasnt changed...
- How do I reset the admin login password on my router? I've been unable to log into it for a long time because the default password no longer works. I don't know how it could have changed on its own, which is a bit concerning.
- Cox email has been broken for years, I have spent many hours with a client and mine where the email client is working i.e. Outlook.com, Outlook fat client, or Iphone and then all of the sudden it keeps asking for username and password over and over again, and states that it is incorrect. After resetting it it will work for a few weeks to a month, and then breaks again. Also if I just leave it alone for a few hours then it will connect no problems, however this is a Cox issue extending for years now. Cox techs have said they will call me back with a solution and never have. I have never had so many issues with emal as with the cox accounts, they are not a once a year issue, this is a week to week or month to month issue many times.
Cox deleting email access tokens, causes Outlook and Gmail apps to continually request account informationI've been a Cox customer for over 20 years. I'm ready to move on. Cox support always has the same answer for every issue I've ever had... "It's not our problem, it's a problem with (insert other ISP, other company, other service)". Let's try this one: I used to use the Gmail app on my Android phone to access my Cox email account. Gmail was set up to use IMAP for its incoming server and SMTP for its outgoing server, just as Cox tells you to configure it. Every few days, the Gmail app would say that I needed to re-enter my password. This became a real pain, so spoke with Cox support, and they said it wasn't their problem, it was a Gmail app problem and I needed to contact "whoever makes Gmail". Yeah, they acted like they'd never heard of Gmail or Google. They said their Webmail works, so it's not their problem. So, now I'm using Outlook. Everything is properly configured and I can send and receive email without problem... Except, you guessed it, every 3 or 4 days, it says I need to re-enter my password! But Outlook prompts me to enter EVERYTHING again (username, IMAP server, SMTP server, passwords etc etc etc). I contacted Microsoft support who told me "The ONLY way this happens, is when the ISP deletes their (Microsoft's) access token." When the access token is removed by the ISP, Outlook cannot log in with the account information previously entered, so it asks for the entire account information again. I contacted Cox support viaonline chat, and was told "It's an Outlook problem. We can't troubleshoot Outlook." It's obviously NOT an Outlook problem, just as it wasn't a Gmail problem before that. Cox is deleting access tokens from 3rd party ISPs. They're doing it regularly, and it causes it's customers problems. Cox's response is to use their Webmail, but using webmail on a phone or tablet is not a viable option. They advertise that their email system is fully compatible with 3rd party email clients, and even give Outlook as an example. Why is Cox deleting access tokens? How can this be resolved? You're about to lose a long-time customer.
- I recently upgraded to the Panoramic modem/wifi device (model CGM4141). Unfortunately the Cox wifi extender (model WCB6200Q) that used to work with the prior Cox modem/wifi device (model TG2472G) doesn't work with the Panoramic modem (per Cox). So I bought a NetGear EX8000 wifi extender to provide service to a couple of dead spots in my house. To properly set the switches and the interface between the devices does anyone know the admin username and password for the Panoramic modem? P.S. I'm not asking for the SSID and password that's on the modem. I am specifically asking for the administrator's username and password.Solved