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theacoustician

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I got a new router. My old Linksys has the PPPoE password I need to set it up. I cannot get the PPPoE password from Bellsouth because my work pays for the account and they won't give it to me. The question now becomes how do I extract my old PPPoE password from the Linksys to apply it to my new router?
 

thrawn

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Restore the router to defaults and use one of the generic user names bellsouth has when you set up the router?
 

Mean Mr. Mustard

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Just threaten to kick the mother fuckers ass
Hold up a big hammer and shake it around a bit
The bitch will talk
the bitch WILL talk
 

theacoustician

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CletusJones said:
I think you should call your work and ask for the password.
1. There's no one there right now to tell me.
2. They don't know it either. They'd have to call Bellsouth for it.
 

BigDov

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Nemo said:
You think you're useless? I didn't even understand half the words in the question.

It's some techie nerd stuff......... unfortunately, I speak techie nerd and understand what he's asking for help with, but am unable to help *sigh* Oh well.

:D