Most people forget the username and password of their router. This is extremely common. If you are having trouble logging in to the router management panel, this article will help you with troubleshooting.
Method 1: Use Default Username and Password
Many people do not change the username and password when they receive their router. So after a while this information is forgotten. There are several ways to access this information when you need it. You can check the user guide that came with the device first. Here are the steps you need to do to access the admin panel. Secondly, especially on new devices, there is a sticker on the bottom or side of the router. Here too, the entry writes the information you need to use.
If you cannot find the user guide and there is no paste on the device, you can visit default username and password. Here we list IP address, username and password information for all brands and models. By selecting your device from the list, you can easily access the information you need.
Method 2: Reset Your Router
Resetting the router is also one of the definitive solutions. But here is a situation you need to pay attention to. When you reset your router, all your settings with your password will return to factory settings. Therefore, you will lose your current configuration. Therefore, you will need to enter the information given to you by your internet service provider in order to make internet connection again.
Resetting the router is extremely simple. The reset button can sometimes be in the form of holes or sometimes in the form of buttons. Press and hold the button on the back of the device with the help of a needle or toothpick until the lights of the device go out. Wait until the device’s lights are stable. The process is complete, you can now log in to the admin panel using the list we have given you.
Default Router Password List
Select your router brand from the following list to display all default router usernames and passwords: