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How To Login To Your Router Admin Page With

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How To Login To Your Router Admin Page With

To make any changes to your router, you will first need to go through the below steps:

  1. Connect your computer device of choice, whether computer, laptop, smartphone, or tablet, to your router. You can do this via Wi-Fi or with a wired ethernet connection, depending on the device.

  2. Once you have established a connection between your computer device and your router, you need to open your web browser. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, or Microsoft Edge, are some examples.

  3. Into the search bar of your browser, type in your router’s IP address, which should be

  4. If you have the correct IP address, you will get taken to the login screen of your router admin page. You need to enter the username and password of your router, which will allow you to access the main menu.

What Is The Username and Password for

As stated above, you need a username and password to access your router at A router has this measure in place, so not just anyone can modify its settings. The only person who should make changes to the router is the network admin. However, if you, the network admin, are logging in to your router for the first time, you might not know the details you need to enter. Luckily, router manufacturers made it easy by using a selection of default usernames and passwords, with some detailed below:

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

If none of those login details are working for you, you can often find the correct information on the base of your router. The router's packaging, the manual, and the manufacturer’s website should also have the details listed. You might find that you don’t need to enter any login details on the initial login. If this is the case, you should be sure to set some once you have gained access to your router’s admin page.

Most Common Logins for

  • user: admin
  • password: admin
  • user: admin
  • password: password
  • user: cusadmin
  • password: password
  • user: admin
  • password: motorola
  • user: admin
  • password: Motorola
  • user: admin
  • password: -
  • user: -
  • password: admin
  • user: 'randomly generated''
  • password: admin
  • user: -
  • password: Admin
  • user: -
  • password: password

Making Changes To Your Router

With both your router’s IP address and the login details, you should now have access to the main menu of your router’s admin page. From here, you are in complete control of your router. You can change a variety of settings to meet your preferences, though it can seem overwhelming at first. For that reason, some good places to start include:

Router Login Details

Hopefully, you didn’t have too much trouble finding the login details to access your routers admin page. To make your life easier, so you don’t have to check the back of your router every time you want to log in, you should change those details to something you will remember. Once you have connected to your router and logged in, with the help of the guide above, go to your router settings and select “Reset Router Password.” You will receive a prompt to enter a new password of your choosing. It is worth noting that if you do ever forget your new password, you can reset your router back to factory settings, which will also reset the password.

Router IP Address

Changing your router’s IP address is a somewhat cosmetic change, which doesn’t serve much purpose. However, you are the network administrator, so you can do as you please.

  1. Once more, head back to the main menu of your router.
  2. Navigate through the main menu until you come across “Router Settings.”
  3. It is in this menu where you can change your router’s IP address.
  4. Save your changes and make a note of your new IP address, as you will need it each time you access your router admin page.

Parental Controls

A slightly more useful setting to play with is the parental controls of your router. Parental controls imply protecting children, though you can use them to restrict content for any number of reasons. Parental controls on routers come in two different variants:

  • Monitoring Parental Controls allow you to monitor what devices connected to the router are doing.
  • Filtering Parental Controls allow you to restrict certain content, whether website specific or a type of content. You can also use these controls to limit internet usage.

Wi-Fi Network Name (SSID) And Password

The number one reason people buy a router is that they want a Wi-Fi network. That provided Wi-Fi network has a name set by the router by default. It can be somewhat generic, and if you are in a busy area, it can be challenging to distinguish your network from your neighbors. For that reason, it can be a good idea to change the name to something more unique. The password of the Wi-Fi network is optional, though fully advised. An open network will allow anyone to make use of your Wi-Fi, which at best will cause a lot of network traffic, thus slowing down your internet, and at worst, put your entire Wi-Fi network at risk from malware.

To change both the SSID and password, go to your router’s admin page. Scroll through the main menu until you find the field titled SSID and change to the name to something you desire. The password field should be close by, and you can do the same. Make sure to save your changes.

Troubleshooting Your Router

How To Reset Your Router

When a router gets plagued by problems, the consensus is that a reset will sort it out. Nearly all routers have some form of reset, reboot, or restart button for this purpose. Pressing that button has the potential to restore your router to factory settings, which may not be desirable. If you are looking first to try a soft reboot, unplug the router from the power and leave it for a couple of minutes. Plug it back in, let it reboot, and see if the problem has resolved itself.

If that hasn’t worked, a hard reset might be necessary, though you will lose any changes you have made to your router. To reset your router to factory settings, press the reset button mentioned above and hold it for 30 seconds. Doing this will have the router run through a factory reset. You should leave the router plugged in to do this.

Not all reset buttons are as simple as that, so you may have to revert to what is known as the 30-30-30 reset.

  1. Hold down the reset button for 30 seconds.
  2. While keeping the button held, unplug your router. Wait like that for 30 seconds.
  3. With the button still held, plug the router back into the power, and as you guessed, wait for another 30 seconds.
  4. Release the reset button and let your router boot up.

Common Other IPs (Misspellings) for

  • 192.168.o.1.1
  • 192.168.0.l
  • 192.168. 0.1
  • 192.168.0
  • 192.168 l 0.1
  • 192.168.o.1
  • 192.168.l.0.1
  • 192.168 0.1

Updating Your Router’s Firmware

Sometimes your router just needs a push in the right direction to get things to go back to normal, and you can do that by updating its firmware. Many modern routers will do this automatically, though if yours is an older model, that might not be the case. Others need to get prompted to update and can handle the rest from there. If that is the case, go into your router’s admin page, hit update, and let your router handle the rest.

If your router lacks either of these functions, you will have to handle the update yourself.

  1. Visit the router manufacturer’s website and download the latest version of your router’s firmware.
  2. The file may come in a .zip format, and if that is the case, you will have to extract it first.
  3. With the file ready, access your router’s admin page.
  4. Scroll through the menu until you find the update option. The path should be Administration – System – Setup – Advanced/Tools, or something similar.
  5. Click update, and you will get prompted to select a file, so choose the file you just download.
  6. Click confirm and let the router do its job.

While your router is updating, you should never unplug it. You should also note that an update may reset the router, so if you are fond of your settings, you should save them to an external file, to get implemented once the update has complete. Your router’s manual should have information on how to update and save settings.