Login Admin is an IP address which routers like Linksys and other network brands use as an access point or gateway. Firms set up routers admin access in this to allow network administrators to configure their routers and networks. Concretely one can mange security options network management IP QoS DNS proxy, LAN, WAN, WLAN setting, DLS,  ADLS,  MAC,  WPS block among others

In this article, we will learn more about IP address on how to login to it or how to use it to change your router settings, and how to reset your router if you forget the default credentials. Let’s get started!

How to Access or login

Follow these simple steps to log in to your Router with a IP address.

1. Connect router cable to your computer. (You can also use a wireless network). Double-check the device that you wish work on is connected to the Wi-Fi.
 Pro Tip – It’s a good idea to use a wired connection while making any changes. This avoids the risk of suddenly being logged off when you click the Save button.

2. Open your chosen web browser and type the router’s IP address in the address bar. You can find it on the back of your router packaging. If the address fails, you’ll need to grab your router manual. The IP listed as Default Gateway is the correct one.

3. It’s time to enter the default username and password of your router by accessing the admin panel. You can try the login credentials given below. The default values for admin are:

Root | user | admin

If none of the above is successful, type your router’s name into your browser to locate the default login username and password you need. You should be directed to the models’ configuration page where the network and the router settings can be managed.

If You Can’t Access or login

If you’re having challenge accessing your router at (long loading or not loading at all) your network might be using another address such as, or In that case check your router IP address list.

The following are step-by-step guides to follow to fix the IP address issue

1. Reset your Router.
Keep your router ON. A reset button is there on the back of your router. Use a paper pin and hold that button for approx 20 to 30 seconds. Unplug everything and plug it again and wit for the router to come up.

2. Check for the correct IP address.

Go to the Start button then select Command Prompt.

Enter “ipconfig” and press the Enter on command prompt.

In the Default Gateway section, your IP address is visible.

3. Check for Network test

Go to the Start button then select Command Prompt.

Enter “ping with your router IP address” and press the Enter on command prompt.

Here you will receive reply from router that helps you gain access.

Changing Your Router’s Password

The first thing you should do after gaining access to your router is to change the default password to something more secure. If you were to leave the default password as it is, someone else could just walk up to your router and mess with its settings. The person could, for example, disable your wireless security and capture your personal information without you knowing about it.

To change your router’s password:

Enter your router’s into your favourite web browser.

Log in with the default username and password (both admin, usually).

Go to settings.

Select Change Router Password or a similar option.

Enter the new password.

Save the new settings.

How to Recover Username and Password

The following are the step-by-step procedures to recover IP Address Username and Password:

  • Stage 1: Find the reset button on your Router.
  • Stage 2: Press and Hold it for 10 seconds and discharge it when all LED squinted
  • Stage 3: Wait for some time and then connect with the PC.
  • Stage 4: Open Browser and type in URL bar > Enter.
  • Stage 5: Here your username and password will be admin – password or admin – admin.

You will be prompted to adjust the password after logging-in.