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Default Router Login Details

Have you ever wanted to change your Wifi settings but forgot your default router login details?

So have we!

We’ve put together this comprehensive default router logins for all makes and models (Netgear, Belkin, Asus, Linksys, so on).

You can find the default router username and password for nearly any router using this default router username and password list, and you won’t be stuck searching for hours! (just make sure your VPN service swithced off so it’s not causing any issues).

Need help remembering passwords in future? Check out our 5 best password managers guide for help.

How do I find my default router username and password?

To locate the default username and password for your router you could look in its manual. However, you’re here because you’ve probably misplaced it. Just enter your router make or model in the search box below and we’ll show you the login IP and default router password and username as well.

How do I change or reset my router password?

To reset your router’s password, you will need to reset it to its default factory settings. Doing this will wipe every change, and reset the router to its original status, so do it at your own discretion. To carry out the reset, you will need to hold the reset button for 10 seconds, and then you will be able to log in using the default router login details displayed below.

You should always change the default router password and Wifi settings to avoid people having unrestricted access to it.

How do I log into my router?

  1. Use the search box to find the default router login details for your router
  2. Open a browser (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc)
  3. Type in the default router IP into the address bar (usually
  4. Enter the username and password 
  5. You’ve now logged into your router!

Common Router Default Passwords

You should be able to find the exact router login details using the search box below. However, if you’re having problems, try the details of a router from the same manufacturer. As an example, here are some common default logins.

Router Default Passwords Table

Router Brand

Login IP



Linksys Default Login admin admin
Belkin Default Login admin admin
Asus Default Login admin admin
Netgear Default Login admin password
Synology Default Login admin admin
Arris Default Login admin password

Full List of Router Logins

Default Router Logins Recap

Hopefully, the above list and information has helped you access your router. If we’re missing a router, or you’ve got any other feedback, then let us know in the comments.

Routers News and Deals

If you’d like to learn more about how to get the best out of your router, I’d recommend reading our super router guide, or alternatively, have a look at the best routers available on the market today. If you’d like to keep up to date with the latest router and security news, then sign up to our newsletter below.

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Written by: Peter Selmeczy

Peter is a full-time tech enthusiast and gadget geek. When not working, you'll find him playing with Lego or tinkering away on an RPi.


on February 22, 2021
My friend, a notorious joker, used the information on this page to change my router's login in details by resetting it. How can i secure the settings without disbarring my friend.
safi bajwa
on May 17, 2020
i have a supanet sompany router but not its client have reset it it shows and connects with its open wifi but cannt locate its default Usernam & Password Plz help under its back only mac address and this is written ZRW800P1
on February 4, 2020
I have an Okportal router (check device: which I have forgotten the password to log in. Though I have the IP address and the username. This router is a cloud-based router... please help me recover the password. thanks
Douglas Crawford replied to Martin
on February 5, 2020
Hi Martin. I suggest you contact Okportal's support.
Irfan Sadiq replied to Douglas Crawford
on July 20, 2020
Douglas, you can change your router credentials even if you forgot credentials. I had also faced this problem before. Check site. Experts have explained the solution of each problem very well.
on January 14, 2019
Is there a way, I can have a copy of this information in a spreadsheet for easy reference offline ?
Annie Besant replied to Duane
on February 3, 2020
Thanks for posting article..keep posting always.
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