How to Linksys Router Login – Find Default User, Password, IP

We’ve put together this short guide in order to help you with your Linksys router login. From logging in to your router to changing your WiFi network name, this guide is easy to follow. You don’t have to possess any programming background to perform any of the methods listed below. Before we proceed, make sure that you check out our other guides on the Router Login List.

Linksys Router Login (linksys router login) 

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Linksys sells data networking hardware products for home users and small businesses. Their range of products includes wired and wireless routers, Ethernet switches, VoIP equipment, wireless Internet video cameras, and more.

Router Login for Linksys

  1. Launch your web browser via your computer or mobile device. Make sure that the device you’re using is connected to your router’s network.
  2. Enter your router’s IP address
  3. Enter your admin Linksys router login credentials in the fields provided. If this is your first time logging in, use the default password. The default password is admin.

Learn how to gain access to other router models. Make sure to check out our guides for TP-Link, Belkin, ASUS, and Spectrum.

Looking for Default IP Address

Your IP address is the network address for your device so the Internet knows where to send you data. In this portion of the article, we will walk you through finding the IP address of your network adapter.

Finding the Linksys Wireless Routing IP Address on Windows

You can find the wireless routing IP address on your Windows device through the command prompt or navigating through the settings. Follow the instructions below:

Command Prompt

  • Look for the Command Prompt or cmd by putting it in the search bar
  • On the Command Prompt, type in ipconfig
  • Details about your IP configuration will show up. The numbers that are next to Default Gateway is your router’s IP address

Windows 10

  • Click the Start icon and select Settings
  • Click the Network & Internet icon
  • For wired connections: Select Ethernet on the left menu pane and select your network connection. Your IP address will appear next to IPv4 Address.
  • For wireless connections: Select WiFi on the left menu pane and click Advanced Options. Your IP address will appear next to IPv4 Address.

Windows 7, 8 and 8.1

  • In the system tray, click the network connection icon and select Open Network and Sharing Center
  • For wired connections: Double click Local Area Connection and click Details. Your IP address will appear next to IPv4 Address.
  • For wireless connections: Double click Wireless Network Connection (Network Name) and click Details. Your IP address will appear next to IPv4 Address

Windows Vista

  • On the Start menu, right-click Network, and select Properties. This opens the Network and Sharing Center.
  • For wired connections: Click View Status to the right of Local Area Connection and click Details. Look for the address next to IPv4 IP Address
  • For wireless connections: Click View Status to the right of Wireless Network Connection and click Details. Look for the address next to IPv4 IP Address

Windows XP

  • On the Start menu, right-click on My Network Places and then click Properties
  • For wired connections: Double click Local Area Connection and then click the Support tab. Click Details and the window that appears will display your IP address.
  • For wireless connections: Double click Wireless Network Connection and click the Support tab. Click Details and the window that appears will display your IP address.

Finding the Linksys Routing IP Address on Mac OS X

You can find the wireless routing IP address on your Mac device by navigating through the settings. Follow the instructions below:

Mac OS X 10.5 and later

  • From the Apple menu, select System Preferences. In System Preferences, from the View menu, select Network.
  • In the Network Preferences window, click a network port (Ethernet, AirPort, Wi-Fi). If you’re connected, you’ll see its IP address under Status.

Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.3

  • From the Apple menu, select Location and then Network Preferences
  • In the Network Preferences window, next to Show, select Network Status. You will see your network status and your IP address displayed.

You can do the same methods above to search for your IP address on your device. Check out our guides for Comcast Business, DLink, Verizon, and ARRIS.

Accessing the Router Login Web Interface

Accessing the Linksys router login’s web interface will enable you to tweak its advanced settings. Configurations are done for purposes like setting up your wireless security, forward ports for your game consoles and video cameras.

  1. Launch a web browser and enter the IP address
  2. Enter your login credentials on the fields provided
  3. The Linksys Wi-Fi Router web interface should appear like the one below:

Linksys Router Login: Changing Your Admin Password

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When you access your new Linksys router login, your admin login details are configured to the default settings. Leave the username blank. The default password is admin. To improve the security of your router, we recommend changing the default admin password.

Important Notes: 

  • The admin password is different from the password that you use to access your WiFi network. To change your WiFi password and network name, see the next portion of the article.
  • The default admin login details will not work anymore once you’ve changed them.
  1. Access the router’s web-based setup page
  2. Click the Administration tab
  3. Under the Management section, enter the new password in the Router Password and Re-Enter to Confirm fields
  4. Click Save Settings

Changing Your Router’s Network Name (SSID)

Your SSID, also known as your network name, is the one you see when your device looks for WiFi networks. Changing your SSID will not only personalize your network, but it will distinguish yours from the other networks nearby.

  1. Access the router’s web-based setup page
  2. Click the Wireless tab, then click the Basic Wireless Settings page
  3. Select Manual
  4. Look for Network Name (SSID) and change it to your desired name for your WiFi network
  5. Click Save Settings

Changing Your Router WiFi Password

  1. Launch your web browser via your computer or mobile device. Make sure that the device you’re using is connected to your router’s network.
  2. Enter your router’s IP address
  3. Enter your login credentials in the fields provided. If this is your first time logging in, use the default password. The default password is the admin
  4. Click the Wireless tab, then click the Wireless Security sub-tab
  5. In the Passphrase field, enter your preferred WiFi password
  6. Click Save Settings to save your changes

Resetting Your Linksys Router to Factory Default

You can do a factory reset on your router through a manual reset or the web-based setup page. Follow the instructions below:

Via Hard Reset

  1. Make sure that the Power LED of the router is blinking when you press the Reset button
  2. Look for the Reset button of your router. The location of the button may vary for every model
  3. Press and hold this for 10 seconds. Older models will require 30 seconds. This will reset your router to the factory settings

Via Linksys Web-based Setup Page

  1. Login to your Linksys router
  2. Click the Administration tab then click on the Factory Defaults sub-tab
  3. Under the Factory Defaults section, click on the Restore Factory Defaults button

Learn how to do a factory reset on your own router! Check out our guides for Nighthawk, Ubee, Mediacom, and Motorola.

FAQ

💻 How to login to Linksys router?

1. Launch your web browser via your computer or mobile device. Make sure that the device you’re using is connected to your router’s network.
2. Enter your router’s IP address
3. Enter your admin login credentials in the fields provided. If this is your first time logging in, use the default password. The default password is admin.

❓ What is the default login for Linksys router?

The default password and login is admin.

🤔 How to reset default Linksys router login?

1. Make sure that the Power LED of the router is blinking when you press the Reset button
2. Look for the Reset button of your router. The location of the button may vary for every model
3. Press and hold this for 10 seconds. Older models will require 30 seconds. This will reset your router to the factory settings

Issues with Linksys? Contact Belkin International

If you’re having issues with your Linksys router, you may contact the local Belkin Office for support. Click here to search for the contact details of the Belkin Office near you.

Accessing your router doesn’t require much technical background as long as you follow the steps above. Should you have other issues with your router or if the methods above were ineffective, contact Belkin International for your queries. You can also check login details of other routers in the Router Login List

Conclusion

Do you have questions, comments, or want to share your experiences with your Linksys routerlogin? Leave them in the comment section below and we will get back to them as soon as possible.

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8 thoughts on “How to Linksys Router Login – Find Default User, Password, IP”

  1. This article was so informative and I want to try this linksys router, just want to know where can I get this and If it fits on my budget.

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  2. Cool, I love reading your article about Linksys and it really caught my attention. I can say it for the reason that I can use it on my window 10. I hope it can really work.

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  3. Changing my router’s network name has been my problem yesterday. While searching online on how to fix it, I saw this article which helps me a lot. Thank you.

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  4. Just as a quick thought on the security side of the router: Why not use some sort of HTTP API for a remote router? Does the routing need to be securely encrypted with an open protocol, or are you simply creating an app for every router that already has a standard authentication protocol for each router?

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  5. If someone could do this on any router (maybe the firmware for the router firmware, the software, that should be a default router on the OS), then we’d see lots of people wanting to put their router keys in their routers. Of course, the “security by obscurity” bit will only be useful once the attack is in their possession as a standalone router. :/

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