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Old 01-28-15, 07:44 PM   #1
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tomato issues (geeks only read this post)

ok i installed tomato to my asus ac 19000 router it took ok but it wont let me login says wrong password i tyried root /admin admin/admin admin/root any ideas what i should enter?
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Documentation says it should be admin admin. Maybe the installation didn't quite take. I would first hit the reset button to see if that takes it to admin admin. Then try reinstalling tomato.
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Be sure to install the bacon and lettuce before the tomato.
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when life gives you tomatos, get some peppers and onions and make salsa.
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Documentation says it should be admin admin. Maybe the installation didn't quite take. I would first hit the reset button to see if that takes it to admin admin. Then try reinstalling tomato.
tried that sadly
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when life gives you tomatos, get some peppers and onions and make salsa.
a while ago i had tomatoes and pepper plnts next to each otther and i think they combined some how
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a while ago i had tomatoes and pepper plnts next to each otther and i think they combined some how
Now just plant a cilantro plant, a vinegar bush and a lemon or lime tree and some onions around your tomaper plant and keep your fingers crossed.
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Ooh!Ooh! Some spaghetti trees would be nice too!
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