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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

Your router is your Wi-Fi network's brain, meaning if you ever want to modify your network, you will need to access the nervous center or router admin page. To gain access to your router’s admin page, you need to know the IP address of your router, which will be or similar and the username and password. If you don’t know these details, we will help you discover them, but first, assuming you have everything ready, here is how to access your routers admin page.

  1. The first step to accessing your router’s admin page is to connect your computer device to your router. You can do this either via Wi-Fi or with an ethernet cable.

  2. Next, you need to search for your IP address in your web browser. Type into your web browser’s search bar.

  3. Searching for should take you to the login page of your router. If it hasn’t, then the IP address might be incorrect, which we address down below.

  4. Assuming the IP address is correct, enter the username and password associated with your router, and start getting familiar with your router’s interface.

What Is The Username and Password For

All routers fresh out of the factory come with default login details that you will use to access the router's admin page. You should be able to find these login details on the base of the router, or in the manual that came with it. Alternatively, you can search online for the make and model of your router, which should reveal the desired details. However, if you don’t wish to search far and wide and instead would prefer to try your luck, some popular default login details include:

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

Most Common Logins for

  • user: Broadcom
  • password: -
  • user: admin
  • password: admin
  • user: admin
  • password: password
  • user: admin
  • password: 1234
  • user: root
  • password: root
  • user: user
  • password: user
  • user: admin
  • password: motorola
  • user: 1234
  • password: admin
  • user: motorola
  • password: admin

What Is An IP Address (

Any computer device you connect up to your Wi-Fi network will get assigned a chain of numbers similar to, called an IP address or Internet Protocol Address. It is this IP address that allows your Wi-Fi network to work as it does.

To someone without a technical background, all these numbers can be a bit daunting. It is best to think of your IP address as an actual address used to ensure packages and post get to your house. Your router has its address, which could be, and your computer you are using right now could have as its IP address. Your router knows which specific machine has sent it a letter, and your computer uses your router’s IP address to get the message to the right place.

However, the term computer device stems further than just your computer. Your phone, tablet, wireless printer, network security cameras, and other devices connected to your Wi-Fi network, all have a unique IP address.

The numbers assigned to these devices are not random. The current standard format for IP addresses is four sets of numbers, each ranging from 0 to 255, with each number separated by a period.

How to Change Your Wi-Fi Password at

You are paying good money to access the internet via your Wi-Fi network. Without a password to protect your Wi-Fi network, your neighbor can log in and use your internet without permission, which, without beating around the bush, is theft, even if it doesn’t seem like it. However, your neighbor leeching off your internet is the best-case scenario, as someone with the right skills can steal personal data. It is for that reason that one of the very first things you should do when accessing your router’s admin page is to change your Wi-Fi network password.

  1. Using the above instructions, access your router’s admin page with

  2. With the main page open, search for a menu titled wireless settings or similar. Different router interfaces have different terminology for their menus, though you are ultimately seeking the wireless security menu.

  3. In the wireless security menu, you will find a field marked “Wi-Fi password” or something similar. Type your desired Wi-Fi password into that field and save your changes.

Common Other IPs (Misspellings) for

  • 192.168 l00 1
  • 192.168 100.1
  • 192.168 100
  • 192.168 l00 l
  • 192.168 l00 1.1
  • 192.168 100.1 1
  • 192 168 100 1
  • 192.168 l00
  • 192.168 l00 10
  • 192 168 l00 1

What is The Name of the Wi-Fi Network (SSID) at

While you are in the wireless settings menu, you may come across the term SSID or Service Set Identifier, which is a technical term for the name of your Wi-Fi network.

You can usually find your router’s default SSID detailed on the base of the unit. Alternatively, you can check which Wi-Fi networks your computer device picks up, then browse through the list until you determine which one is yours.

The problem with that second method is that all fresh from the factory routers have similar default names, and if you live in a heavily populated area, you may not be able to find your network. It is for this reason that you should change your router’s SSID.

To change the name of your Wi-Fi network, go to the main page of your Wi-Fi routers admin interface. In this main menu, search for the term SSID. In the field accompanying this tag, type in the Wi-Fi network name you desire. Save your changes and check your available networks to ensure the change has taken effect.

What is The IP of My Router? How to Discover the IP Address of Your Router

Up until this point, has been the example used as an IP address. This chain of number is a typical IP address, though it might not be connected to your router. If you are having trouble accessing your router using, you should check to make sure you have the right IP. How you do this will depend on the type of computer device you are using and the operating system that the device is running on.

For computers that run on Microsoft Windows, there are two methods you can use to check your router’s IP address.

The first method is:

  1. Click on the Start menu in the bottom left corner of your screen. With the Start menu open search for “cmd” which will bring up the command prompt. Open that program.
  2. In the new window that has opened up, type in ipconfig.
  3. You will get provided with a variety of information. The number next to Default Gateway is your IP address.

The second method is:

  1. Click on the network symbol in the bottom right corner of your screen.
  2. With that menu open, find the Wi-Fi network you connect to and click on properties.
  3. A new page will open with a variety of information. Scroll down to IPv4 DNS servers, which will have your IP address listed next to it.

For computers that run on Mac OS X, you can also use two methods to find your router's IP address.

The first method is:

  1. Click on Utilities and then select Terminal.
  2. The Terminal will open up, and it is here that you need to type in netstat-nr | grep default.
  3. Once the results load, you will find your IP address next to the word Default.

The second method is:

  1. In the top left of your screen, click on the Apple menu, and then select System References.
  2. With this menu open, select Network References.
  3. You will have two options, either Wi-Fi or Lan. Click on the option that corresponds to how you have connected your device to the router.
  4. Next to the word Router, you will find your IP address.

As stated above, you do not have to use a computer to check your router’s IP address. You can also use your smartphone.

For an iOS device, go to settings and select Wi-Fi. You will find your IP address next to the word Router.

For a device that runs on an Android operating system, again go to settings. Click on Wi-Fi and then your network. You will see information relating to your network, including the IP address.