Router Passwords

To access your router web interface, you need to enter the router username and password. So, here is a list of router password brands along with their default gateway, username, and password.

Router Brand, IP Address, Username, and Passwords

Router BrandLogin IPUsernamePassword
Xfinity/Comcasthttps://10.0.0.1/adminpassword
TP-Linkhttps://192.168.0.1adminadmin
D-Linkhttps://192.168.0.1adminadmin
Netgearhttps://192.168.0.1adminpassword
Linksyshttps://192.168.1.1adminadmin
Asushttps://192.168.1.1adminadmin
3Comhttps://192.168.1.1adminadmin
Belkinhttps://192.168.2.1adminadmin
BenQhttps://192.168.1.1adminadmin
Digicomhttps://192.168.1.254adminpassword
michelangelo
Sitecomhttps://192.168.0.1adminadmin
Thomsonhttps://192.168.1.254adminuser
US Roboticshttps://192.168.1.1adminadmin

Important Note of Router Passwords

If you have previously made manual configurations and forgot the password for accessing 192.168.1.1, you can perform a factory reset on your router. This will restore the router to its default settings and erase any customizations you have made, such as the Wi-Fi network name (SSID), password, guest networks, and IP blocks.

To initiate a factory reset, locate the small reset button on the back of your router. Press and hold this button for approximately 5 seconds. During this time, you will notice the router’s lights blinking, indicating that the reset process is underway.

After the reset is complete, you can use the default login credentials, usually found in the router’s documentation or on the manufacturer’s website, to access 192.168.1.1. From there, you can reconfigure your network settings according to your preferences.