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ZTE Tre WebPocket 21.6Mb – Retrieve Lost Password

July 3rd, 2013 No comments

WebPocket21ZTE Tre WebPocket 7Mb or WebPocket 21.6 Mb or WebPocket 42Mb and default password lost?

Here is how to retrieve it:

1) Disconnect your PC from Internet either by unplugging the LAN cable, or disabling the WiFi..whatever

2) Connect your WiFi Router through its USB Cable and install the software it has in its storage partition. This will install a virtual USB LAN which will connect to the router itself

3) The router will be 192.168.1.1 and your virtual LAN card will be 192.168.1.100

4) Open a MS-Dos Windows by running “cmd” and type “ping 192.168.1.1” when you get replies it means it works

5) Open your browser and go to http://3.home or better http://192.168.1.1 and login by typing the default password “admin”

6) Go to options, wifi, security and click “Show Password” and you will be able to see what the password is, plus you will be able to change it

7) Unplug the USB cable, enable WLan Adapter, search for the WebPocket’s SSID Network, select it and type the just discovered password

8) Enjoy browsing the Internet again

 

Share 3G Internet USB on WinXPP via WiFi to iPhone

October 26th, 2009 10 comments

Hello people, ZizziBaddi staff is travelling and we have been given some USB 3g Internet Keys for our Asus Eee PC 1000H so since we are always geeking around we challenged ourselves to share our 3G Internet connection via USB Key by Momo Design to our iPhones and here goes the tutorial.

Requirements:

– Computer with Windows XP SP2, we have used the Asus EEE PC 1000H

– USB 3G Internet Key, we have used the 3 Momo Design 7,2Megabit

– 3G Internet Account attached to our SIM Card, much better a flat rate with no limited traffic

Step by Step

1- Connect the USB, get it recognized and install its drivers and application. We won’t cover here how to set it up but do it before following this tutorial

2- Start/Settings/Network Connection. Among the Dial Up connections you will find the profile used by the USB Key, right click on it, choose properties and then the Advanced label:

On Windows Firewall – Click on Setting, then set it OFF to disable it
On Internet Connection Sharing – Enable it by ticking the box
On Home Networking Connection choose the WLAN adapte
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3- On the same window, below the Dial Ups you will see LAN or High Speed Internet, locate your WLAN, right click on it, select properties and on “This connection uses the following items” locate the last one “Internet Protocol (TPC/IP), select it and click properties.

4- Click on “Use the following IP Address” and configure it as follows:

IP Address 192.168.1.1
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway 192.168.1.1
Use the followding DNS Server
Preferred DNS Server 192.168.1.1

4- Click now on Wireless Networks and on Preferred Networks click on Add and configure it as follows:

Network Name SSSID zizzibaddi3g
Tick the box to Enable even if this network is not broadcasting
On Wireless Network Key
Network Authentication Open
Data Encryption Disable (You can enable it later)
Tick to enable This is a Computer-to-Computer (Ad Hoc) network. Wireless Access points are not used

5- On iPhone (or any other WiFi device) tap Settings then Wi-Fi and enable it

6- On Computer, right click on WLAN icon on the tray area, next to the clock and click on View Available Wireless Networks. The new zizzibaddi3g will be listed, select it and click Connect.

7- On iPhone the new WLAN will be listed as zizzibaddi3g, tap it to connect to it, then tap the > arrow to configure it as follows:

IP Address Static
IP Address 192.168.1.2
Subnet Mask 255.255 seroquel pill.255.0
Router 192.168.1.1
DNS 192.168.1.1

8- The WLAN on computer should say Connected and the iPhone should connect as well.

9- Close “Settings” on iPhone and launch Safari or any other Internet Application and there you go online with your 3g Internet USB Connection!

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