Admin Login

How To Login To Your Router Admin Page With

For routers with IP please read bellow and follow the links

How Can I Login To My Router

  1. The first thing to do before you can access your router’s admin page is to connect to your router. You can either connect your computer device to your router over the Wi-Fi network or by using an ethernet cable for a wired connection.

  2. With your computer connected to your router, you should open up your web browser. Some examples of popular web browsers include Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge.

  3. Once you have your web browser open, type the IP address of your router into the search bar you would typically use to browse the web, not Google search. Your IP address should be

  4. Once you search for, you will get taken to your router admin page. However, searching for the IP address is not enough. Your router’s admin page will also ask you for your login details.

What Is The Username and Password for

As stated, using will only take you so far with your router. You also need to know the login details related to your router. If this is your first time accessing your router's admin page, you might not know these login details. If your router is brand new out of the box, you can often find the username and password detailed on the base of the router or in the manual that comes with the router unit. The router manufacturer's website may also list the details you need. To find the login details online, you will need to know your router's model and manufacturer. If you can't find the login details via those avenues for some reason, you can try some popular default login details used by router manufacturers.

  • Username: admin Password: admin
  • Username: admin Password: password
  • Username: admin Password: 1234
  • Username: guest Password: guest
  • Username: user Password: 1234

Once you do login successfully, you should change your login details away from the default ones. If you have brought your router second-hand, with someone changing the details already, you can reset your router back to its factory settings. Doing so will revert the router to how it came out of the factory. That includes the login details and also any other changes that got made to the router.

Most Common Logins for

  • user: highspeed
  • password: cusadmin
  • user: admin
  • password: admin
  • user: admin
  • password: password
  • user: Cisco
  • password: Cisco
  • user: cusadmin
  • password: highspeed

What Is An IP Address?

There are two types of IP addresses that work in unison together. One type is the private IP address, such as Your router and any other computer devices connected to your Wi-Fi network have a private IP address. When you visit a website, you make a data request. Your computer then sends that data request to your router and identifies your router by its IP address. Your router knows what computer sent the data request by that computer’s IP address. Once the data request gets picked up by your router's private IP address, it gets handed over to other IP address, the public IP address.

Your router’s public IP address gets assigned by your ISP and is used by websites to respond to a data request from your network. Your router’s public IP sends the data request to the website, which then sends the information back. Your public IP then passes the information to your private IP, which will send it to your computer. You, as the network administrator for your router, have minimal control over your public IP address. You are, however, in charge of your private IP and your router’s Wi-Fi network. You can change the private IP away from the default if so wish, though there is no real advantage to this.

Why Can’t I Connect To

Despite living in the age of technology, not all pieces of tech always work as they should 100% of the time. Routers are no exception, with one particularly frustrating issue being unable to connect to your router. If you are having trouble connecting to your router, use the below to troubleshoot and hopefully fix it.

  • Believe it or not, you might be failing to connect to your router because it's not turned on. Make sure the router's power lead is plugged in and that the router has its indicator lights lit up. Once you have confirmed the router is working, try to once more connect to your router over Wi-Fi or with a wired ethernet cable. Each port has an indicator light, so if the Wi-Fi network is working, that will get lit up. It everything appears to be working, then the problem may be more technical.

  • Computer security is vital, so you should have a firewall installed to protect you when you are browsing. Unfortunately, an overzealous firewall cannot distinguish between a threat and your router, so may be the reason you can't connect. Disable your firewall on your computer and try to connect once more.

  • Perhaps you aren’t having trouble connecting to the router but instead can’t access the router admin page. If this is the case, double-check that the IP address you are typing in, such as, is correct. You can find details on how to find your IP address above.

  • Finally, if you have exhausted all options, your only option is to reset your router. Turning it off and on again often works, though a hard factory reset will remove any changes you have made to your router.

Common Other IPs (Misspellings) for

  • 10.0.01
  • 10.0. 0.1
  • 10.0.0..1
  • 10.0 0.1
  • 10001
  • 10.0 0
  • 10 0 0 1

How Can I Change My Wi-Fi Password at

There has been a need to connect to your Wi-Fi network multiple times so far, and with a simple click on the Wi-Fi network, you can do that. However, it should not be that easy because if you can connect to your Wi-Fi with no password, so can everyone else, and an unknown third party that is leeching off your Wi-Fi network is the best-case scenario. Once you have got into your router’s admin page, you should head straight for the Wi-Fi settings, and set a password, and here is how:

  1. By using the guide above, access the admin page of your router. To do this, go to your web browser and search for your IP address, such as You will then need to enter the associated login details for your router.

  2. With your router admin page open, browse through the menus until you find the Wi-Fi network security menu, or something similar. Select that option.

  3. You will now be presented with another menu, where you need to look for the Wi-Fi network password field. It is in this field that you will enter your desired password.

  4. Once you have entered your secure new password, save the changes you have made.

What Is the Wi-Fi SSID (Name) of My Router at

While you are on the menu for changing your Wi-Fi network password, you can also change the SSID or name of your Wi-Fi network. Changing the name is purely cosmetic, though if you live in a busy area, it will help you tell which Wi-Fi network is yours. Your router will have a name already set, which you can often find on the base of the router, though it is somewhat generic. You can change the name of your Wi-Fi network to anything you like, as long as you keep it clean, and here is how:

  1. If you aren’t there already, access your routers admin page using your web browser to search for, or the IP address associated with your router.

  2. Scroll through the menus of your router until you find the SSID or Wi-Fi network name field.

  3. Type your desired Wi-FI network name into this field and save your changes.

  4. Changing the name will disconnect any devices using Wi-Fi, so double check your available networks and reconnect to your newly named network.

How to find the IP Address of My Router?

For the above, we have used as the example IP address. That is because is very common among router manufacturers, with some other common examples including:


However, your router IP address may not be one of those, and without knowing what it is, you have no way to access your router’s admin page. Provided you are connected to your router, either via Wi-Fi or with an ethernet cable, you can find out your actual IP address. How you do this exactly will depend on the computer device you are using.

For a computer running Microsoft Windows:

  1. Click the network symbol in the bottom right of your screen. The same symbol that you would click to connect to your Wi-Fi network.
  2. With that menu open, click on your Wi-Fi network.
  3. You will have a list of information relating to your Wi-Fi network. Next to the label IPv4, you will find your IP address listed. It should look similar to

For a computer running Mac OS X:

  1. Click on the Apple menu located in the top left of your screen.
  2. Click on system preferences, and then select network references.
  3. You will have two labels in front of you, Wi-Fi and LAN. Select the way you connect your computer to your router.
  4. Next to the word router, you will find your IP address.

For smartphones and tablets:

  1. Go to the settings of your phone.
  2. Select Wi-Fi, and then select your network.
  3. You will have a variety of information on your screen, including your IP address.

Manage Your Router To Optimize Your Wi-Fi Network

Many people are afraid of going into their router admin page. There is concern that if they make a change, it can mess with their network beyond repair. Such a statement is not true as the router can get reset back to factory settings.,In truth, there are numerous advantages to accessing the router. Securing the Wi-Fi network is just one of them.