Actiontec Router Default Passwords – Login, Username Wireless Modem

October 29 2 Comments Category: Router Passwords


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About Actiontec:

Actiontec Electronics, Inc. is a company headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, that designs and sells networking and broadband equipment. They are best known for the Actiontec MI424WR router that is given to Verizon customers, specifically its FiOS customers.

It also makes VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) products to work with Skype, mainly business class PBX to Skype gateways which are under the VoSKY brand, but also including a speakerphone that plugs into a computer’s USB port.

The company sells its equipment through partnerships with telecommunication service providers and equipment makers, such as Qwest, America Online, NTL, UK Online, Dell, and Hewlett-Packard. It also sells through retailers.

Most DSL modems produced by the company include logging mechanisms that lack both disable or clear functions available to a normal user, and also continue to provide administrative control panels that are accessible to the web even after all readily visible controls relating to remote access have been explicitly disabled.

Actiontec Wireless Router Default Passwords:

Vendor – Model Access Type Username Password
ACTIONTEC – GE344000-01 HTTP (none) (none)
ACTIONTEC – W1424WR HTTP admin password
ACTIONTEC – R1520SU HTTP admin (none)
ACTIONTEC – GT704-WG HTTP admin password
Actiontec – GT701 (Actiontec Firmware)
Actiontec – GT701 v2 (Qwest Firmware)
Actiontec – GT701WG v2 (Qwest Firmware)
Actiontec – GT701-WRU (Actiontec Firmware)
Actiontec – GT704WG (Actiontec v3.0 Firmware)
Actiontec – GT704WG (Actiontec v3.20 Firmware) admin password
Actiontec – GT704WG (Qwest Firmware)
Actiontec – GT704WG (Verizon Firmware) admin password
Actiontec – GT724WG (Actiontec Firmware) admin password
Actiontec – GT724WGR (Actiontec Firmware)
Actiontec – M1000 (Qwest v1 Firmware)
Actiontec – M1000 (Qwest v2 Firmware)
Actiontec – MI424WR (Verizon Firmware) admin password1
Actiontec – MI424WR Rev D (Verizon Firmware) admin password1
Actiontec – MI424WR Rev E (Verizon Firmware) admin password1
Actiontec – MI424WR-GEN2 (Verizon Firmware) admin password1
Actiontec – PK5000 (Qwest Firmware)
Actiontec – Q1000 (Qwest Firmware)
Actiontec – R1520SU (Qwest Firmware)
Actiontec – RI408 (Actiontec Firmware) admin password1
Actiontec – Wireless Broadband Router Multi admin password




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  1. please help..lost or cannot find password to set router to wireless mode.. if you could send it to me, it would greatly help. thank you

    jimmie e. kohler 29 December 2011 at 2:09 am Permalink
  2. I bought an ActionTec 701R to use in a static IP environment where I’m running a DNS, mail, and web server. The server typically gets uptimes of 600 to 800 days before I change some hardware and reboot it. The ActionTec modem seems to have a memory leak and problems maintaining multiple TCP connections over long periods of time. It typically locks up once a week or two, requiring a reboot. If I happen to be remote when it dies, I’m cut off from everything. I can’t recommend ActionTec for anything serious. It doesn’t appear to have been tested in any real life settings by its developers.

    Frank 16 June 2012 at 2:28 am Permalink

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