It’s easy as 1.2.3 ! You only need to have your credentials (username & password) ready and you’re done !
First you need to know your router address, how to setup 192.168.1.1 ip address, if you’re not sure you can find your router’s IP on our huge database.
Once you’ve got your IP, type http://192.168.1.1 (or your own router’s IP) in your browser’s address bar and click enter.
Enter your username & password to login. If you forget or don’t know your credentials, just find them in the huge list below…
If you want to master all your router settings, feel free to read our How to… with your router guides, they will explain you all the basics and much more, like how to reset your router, how to recover your default password or how to find your router’s IP address with ease… Everything is well explained with details. You will be ready to go in a few minutes !
Full List of Username and Password (Default Router)
As we are covering up ALL routers brands in the world, this list is damn huge ! There are more than 1,000 different routers in our list, so just enter the name of the brand or the model and we’ll find it for you ! If you want to see the FULL default routers password list, just click the link and enjoy !
I can’t login to the 192.168.1.1
Be sure to enter this address http://192.168.1.1 directly in your browser’s bar (Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Edge, Explorer…). If it still does not work there are some well known issues:
Your router IP address is different, sometimes it might be 192.168.0.1 or how to troubleshoot 192.168.l.l or an other one. To find your IP address just have a look below…
Be sure to enter a figure 0 and not a letter O ! I’m not kidding mate !
Try to connect your router to your computer (PC/Mac), it should normally works fine with Wifi but sometimes it’s better to test with a cable. Some routers are not working with wifi until they’re completly configured first
Last but not least, sometimes routers are off ! Yes you read it well ! Turn it on dude !
If you’re still stuck, you can try to reset your router, there’s a small reset button on the back of each and every single router, check the picture out below (you might need a pin or a paper clip to do so…)