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turniphead

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I've got hold of a BT voyager 205 modem router and want to use it with another ISP, Zyxel if anyone has heard of them. The problem is the modem appears to be configured solely for a BT broadband accoun and I don't have the username or password of the last people to own it. Is there anyway that I can reset the router to factor settings and change the account info?
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Its set like that in the factory so resetting it doesnt help. The router is locked into BT, its also complete rubbish get a new one, the 205 shouldnt be given to anybody they should be buried along side nucear waste for 10000 years until they form somekind of useful material.
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so it's a no-go then. just got hold of it cos the last people to live in this house left it. I was tryig to use it rigged up to a belkin dsl wirelss router rather than have my g/f buy a wireless adsl router
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Yeah, their was a good reason they left it. New ADSL routers are pretty cheap.
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