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[Discuss] Fios direct connect to router?

The password is printed on the label on the Actiontec. 

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On Oct 7, 2013, at 8:27 AM, "Edward Ned Harvey (blu)" <blu at> wrote:

>> From: Robert La Ferla [mailto:robert at]
>> Sent: Monday, October 07, 2013 12:45 AM
>> It works and my Internet is subjectively much faster and reliable.  The WAN is
>> getting the public IP.  Again, the trick is to log into the Actiontec and release
>> the WAN IP address then connect up your router.  This assumes that Verizon
>> set you up with Ethernet instead of coax.
> What password did they give you to login to the actiontec?
> Long ago, I was able to login to the actiontec.  I configured DMZ and a bunch of other stuff.  And then at some point, magically, I couldn't get in anymore.  Thanks a lot, verizon, for secretly resetting the password on me.
> Fortunately they didn't change any other settings - so I just left it the way it was, and have had no reason to care.  But still, I like the idea as you said, to eliminate it from the equation if I can.

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