Before getting started, make sure you know your router’s IP address. If you are not aware of your IP, learn to find your router’s default IP address.
Next, choose your router from the list in order to get it’s default username and password.
Router Default Passwords List
- D-Link Default Password and Username List
- Netgear Default Password and Username List
- Linksys Default Password and Username List
- Belkin Default Password and Username List
- Trendnet Default Password and Username List
- Tp-Link Default Password and Username List
- Cisco Default Password and Username List
- Arris Default Password and Username List
In case, if the default username and password don’t help you, then you are not having the default settings on your router. This indicated that you have already changed your default passwords and username of your router.
If you can’t remember your login credentials, then please reset your router.
The reset button will be available on the back side of your router. The placement of the reset button differs in each router. Better try to find on your router manually.
To reset your router, press and hold the reset button for about 10-20 seconds. By performing this action, your router starts to reboot immediately, the Power light stops blinking and lights solid green.
And this helps you to get the factory default settings which means the changes that you have saved on your router previously was completely erased.
By now, you can apply the default passwords and username on your login panel.