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    "Jim B." wrote: 

    Etherpeek might be worth the trouble. V. 4.1 has a demo for OS X.
    If you are accessing their router over their cable or DSL connexion,
    using Exploder, I doubt it matters whether one uses 9 or X.

    I must say I'm surprised you don't just call them up at the
    remote location and tell them that, to reset the password, they
    should read the manual, which no doubt tells one how to do
    it in console mode or whatever, and dlink may have an
    app on their support site that allows resetting the
    password. At least that's what Asanté does.

    Connecting locally to the router from an hour away? That
    must be one bloody long ethernet cable.;-)
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    George Williams <com> wrote in message news:<com>... 
    >
    > Etherpeek might be worth the trouble. V. 4.1 has a demo for OS X.
    > If you are accessing their router over their cable or DSL connexion,
    > using Exploder, I doubt it matters whether one uses 9 or X.
    >
    > I must say I'm surprised you don't just call them up at the
    > remote location and tell them that, to reset the password, they
    > should read the manual, which no doubt tells one how to do
    > it in console mode or whatever, and dlink may have an
    > app on their support site that allows resetting the
    > password. At least that's what Asanté does.
    >
    > Connecting locally to the router from an hour away? That
    > must be one bloody long ethernet cable.;-)[/ref]

    Thanks all for your help. Yes. The router DOES have quite a few port
    forwarding settings on it, there are two systems behind it running
    mutliple custom apps.

    Also, trust me, the people working there are all retirees (well, not
    technically since they ARE working), but the youngest is probably 65
    years old so they are not much help.

    The only reason I want to KNOW the password is because I don't have
    that many in my pool of possible passwords (and I've tried all with
    all varying types of upper case and lower case) and it's driving me
    crazy to figure out what I picked.

    Thanks again for the suggestions.
    Jim Guest

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