How to find the default usernames & passwords for your router

There are different ways on how to find the default login credentials of your router.

Check Router Login Details

Check your router thoroughly. Few routers attach a sticker of username and password on the router. These labels carry the information regarding default credentials of your router. You can find the username online while the password is written on these stickers.

It is an easy process, and if you are lucky, then you will quickly find the password.

Find your default router IP in the list below

1. Who is the manufacturer of your router?

If you couldn't find your router in the list above, then this is not problem. The next method will help you to find your router IP for every operating system (Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android).

Reading the router manual

Another way of finding your default credentials would be by reading the manual. Every router has a specific handbook. A manual is boxed in with the router. If you have retained the box of the router, then you can easily find the manual.

It has been stated that default credentials are printed inside the manuals. You can read manuals thoroughly to get what you want. If you have not retained your box, which means you don't have a manual, then you don't need to worry. You can try your luck online. You can find manuals of each router online. With the help of these online manuals, you can find default username and password of your router.


We have researched through a lot of data to provide you three best options for regaining control of your router settings. The process for resetting your router is easy. Try to be careful with the pin which you are going to use for pressing the router button. Don't push it too hard as it may result in damage.

After resetting the router, enter the IP address of your router in the address bar. You can find the IP address of your router on Google. A login page will appear. Use these default credentials to successful gain access to your router settings.