Do you forget your router’s username and password? Or do you forget your router login address? If you don’t have any clue of these issues, or some specific routers, like tp-link login, netgear router login, asus router login issues, please read following steps to solve them.
Find Router’s Default User and Password
There is an easy solution: find your router’s manual book. All router boxes contains a manual which indicates you all information about your device. Another solution is to find a label stick on your router, the paper shows some simple tips about MAC address, default username and password.
Find Default Username and Password in my list
If the label doesn’t have any useful information, or you’ve lost its manual, you can look for the information in the list below. First you need to know your router’s brand name and model, it’s not necessary to know the exact model, as many router’s models have the same login information.
Router Password List:
If your router’s password or username has been changed, and you can’t figure them out, you can factory reset your router. What does factory reset mean? Router’s default information is stored in the firmware, if you want to restore data to default ones then you can reset the device.
How to Reset Router?
The most simple way is to push the reset button for several seconds until the indicator light flashes. You need to find the reset button first, some router’s reset button might be hidden in a hole, you need to find a sharp stick to push to it.
Tips: Restoring to factory settings will clear all configuration information of your router. The configuration information includes: external network address, PPPOE dial-up account and password, MAC binding, and so on. So you need to make sure that there is a backup of these information.