Router Passwords

To access your router’s settings online, you’ll need a username and password. Below, you’ll find a list of common router brands with their default login info, including the IP address, username, and password.

Router BrandsLogin IP AddressUsernamePassword
Linksys192.168.1.1adminadmin
TP-Link192.168.0.1adminadmin
D-Link192.168.0.1adminadmin
Netgear192.168.1.1adminpassword
Asus192.168.1.1adminadmin
Belkin192.168.2.1adminadmin
Cisco192.168.1.1adminadmin
Motorola192.168.0.1adminmotorola
Huawei192.168.1.1adminadmin
Apple10.0.1.1adminadmin
Xiaomi192.168.31.1adminadmin
Buffalo192.168.11.1rootpassword
Tenda192.168.0.1adminadmin
Arris192.168.0.1adminpassword
ZTE192.168.1.1adminadmin
Trendnet192.168.10.1adminadmin
Synology192.168.1.1adminadmin
Ubee192.168.0.1useruser
Xfinity/Comcast10.0.0.1adminpassword

Please remember to change your default login credentials for security purposes. Explore your router’s manual or the official website for updated login information.

Important Note: If you’ve made manual changes to your router settings but can’t recall the password, a factory reset is your solution. This action restores your router to its original settings, erasing any customized configurations like WiFi network name (SSID), password, guest networks, and IP blocks.

To initiate a factory reset, locate the small RESET button on the back of your router. Press and hold it for approximately 5 seconds until the indicator lights blink, indicating a successful reset. This straightforward process ensures your router reverts to its default state, resolving forgotten password issues without hassle.

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