- Login Admin IP Address

To access the admin page type into your web browser's address bar or click on the link below.

Based on your local ip address, this should be your router admin ip address. This is only the case if you are in the same network as your wifi router.

Admin Access to Your Router

No matter whether you use the internet at home or the office, you most likely have a wireless router. Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) has set it up already. Even an up-and-running device may require some tuning up from time to time, though. That is why it’s crucial you know how you can access the admin menu of your router and what you can do in there.

Getting Starter – Accessing the Admin Panel

The first step is to connect your internet-capable device to the router’s network. You can go through the process on your phone, but a laptop or PC might be easier. Once you’ve done that, open your internet browser of choice. Everything from Microsoft Edge to Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari will do the trick. Write in the address bar and hit enter. See how easy it is? You will find yourself on the start page of your wireless router’s admin panel.

Some devices will get you straight away to the menu. Most routers will require a username and password first, though. If that is the case with your router, just go to the physical device and look at the label on the side. There you will find the default username and password. Use them and enter the admin panel.

The Default Username and Password Don’t Work

There is no need to worry. The fact that the manufacturer’s login details don’t get the job done means someone has changed them. It doesn’t lock you up permanently from your router. You can do two things:

  • Call your ISP and ask for the login credentials.
  • You can factory reset the device.

If it is the latter option that works for you, remember you will have to set up your whole network from scratch again. It is the faster and easier method in most cases, though, so it doesn’t hurt to know how to do it. 

Factory resetting your wireless router happens when you:

  1. Press the designated Reset button on the back of the device. Hold it for thirty seconds. 
  2. Plug off the device’s power cord while continuing to press the Reset button for thirty more seconds.
  3. Plugin the power cord again. Don’t release the Reset button for half a minute more. 

Now you can try to log in to the admin menu with the default username and password again. 

Configure Your Wireless Router

You will find yourself looking and menus and submenus with a lot of intimidating names. Configuring your device doesn’t require tech expertise, though. Start by setting up a username and a password for the router. The menu you can do should be somewhere around the top of the page. Choose something that you can remember, but is still complex enough to guarantee no one else can gain unauthorized access to your device. Save the changes.

Choosing a New Local IP is your router’s default local Internet Protocol (IP) address. It is the core of your home or office wireless internet network. Each device you connect to your router gets its local IP based on it. For example, if you first connect your laptop, it will get the IP. The next device, your phone, for instance, will be and so on. Most manufacturers assign only one or two default local IPs like to all devices they ship. You can change your router’s gateway IP to another sequence to enhance your network’s security. The two things you need to remember are:

1) The new local IP you choose. Once you change it, you won’t be able to access the admin panel at, unless you factory reset the device.

2) To save all the changes you make.

Other Settings You Can Adjust

The admin panel at offers you a variety of opportunities to modify your wireless network. Some of the basic settings to look into include:

  • The Service Set Identifier (SSID), which is your network’s name. You can set up a password to secure access to your wireless as well. 
  • You can ban certain devices from accessing your wireless router.
  • Many new routers have a built-in VPN service that protects your identity online. Check if yours offers the feature. 

Play around and figure out how you can make your home or office network better. Don’t worry that you can make a mistake. You can always factory reset the router and get back to the admin panel at