Just about every network device nowadays is supposed to be configured via the network, usually through a web page. That is all fine but there is always the question of which IP address to use. And once you can contact the device they all seem to have different login credentials. Some manufacturers have done their homework and actually printed the default settings on the device itself but most of the time it is an endless search through quick start guides, user manuals or Internet forums.
I know there are lists of this kind of information but they never seem to have the devices I use, at least not all at the same place. This page is an attempt to fill this void for myself by listing the devices I actually use myself. I will be returning to this list from time to time to update it with new (or old) devices.
|Axis 209FD-R||DHCP / 192.168.0.90||root||(set when accessing first time)|
|D-Link DWL-2100AP||DHCP / 192.168.0.50||admin||(blank)|
|Lacie Ethernet Disk||DHCP||Administrator||admin|
|Netgear DG834G v2||*||admin||password|
|Netgear WGPS606||DHCP / 192.168.0.102||admin||password|
|Voyage Linux 0.5.0||DHCP||root||voyage|
* The device has an internal DHCP server. Connect on the LAN side to acquire an IP address. The default gateway provided through DHCP is the IP address of the device.