A router is a device on your network that is connected between all of your home network devices and your Internet Service Provider, or ISP. Routers are a very important part of your home or office network as they are responsible for a large part of your network security, passing all of your data in and out of your network, and frequently connecting to your wireless devices. Think of your router as the heart of your home or office network.
All routers have 2 IP addresses: an Internal IP Address, and an External IP Address. If you want to configure your router you need to connect to your Internal IP Address using a web browser. If you do not know your routers Internal IP Address you can do one of the following:
We have collected a list of all known On-Networks Passwords.
You should check this list and try every combination on your router. If none of them work and you don't know your router's password then you should contact your ISP and ask them if they know. If they do not know your router's username and password then you may have to follow our How To Reset Your Router Guide.