Default Username & Password of Routers [with Model Numbers]

Are you looking for the default login details of your router? You have come to the right place. Here you will find everything you need to know about logging into your router, including the default username and password.

Forgetting your router’s login credentials (means Username & Password) is a common issue. Most of the time, we forget the default username and password of our router, and then we look here and there for default login credentials. Even I have forgotten it many times.

And if you also forget the login credentials of your router, then you can easily find them on this page. Because here, we have provided a list of default router login details (username & password) of the most popular 470+ router brands and 5000+ models.

We have alpha-numerically sorted all the router brands so that you can quickly find your router brand and model. And once you find your router, you will get the default login details of that router (username & password).

Still Not Able to Find Your Routers Login Credentials?

If you still can’t find your router’s login credentials, then don’t worry.

Here we have provided a solution to this problem too. Just scroll down a little, and you will find the tutorial on how to find the default login details of any router (manually).

How to Find Default Router Login Details Manually?

There are many ways to find the default login details of a router. But the easiest way is to look into the router’s manual. That is why, when you purchase a router from any manufacturer, it will come with a user’s handbook that includes the router’s default login credentials as well as other router details and characteristics.

But the problem is that most people don’t keep the router’s manual with them after unboxing it. So, they face difficulties in finding their router’s login credentials. However, you can also find your router’s manual on the internet. Just search for your router’s model number and “manual” on Google, and you will get a PDF file of the router’s manual.

If you can’t find the router manual and are unable to access the Internet, what should you do?

Well, in that case, you can find the username and password mentioned on the router itself. Yes, that’s right. Many router manufacturers print the default login credentials on the router itself. So, if you look closely, you will find the login details printed on your router.

Usually, the router provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP) will have the login credentials printed on it.

For example, suppose you have purchased the router from any other manufacturer or store. In that case, you will also find the default login credentials printed on it too, which is usually located on the back of the router. But if you can’t find it there, you can also check the bottom of the router.