A router is a necessary piece of equipment on a home network. No matter which kind of connection to the internet you have, all of your devices in your home connect through your router. The best way to start customizing your network is to learn to configure your router.
How To Find Your Hotline Routers IP Address
To begin logging in to your router you need to find it's Internal IP Address. The challenging part here is that routers have 2 IP addresses: an Internal IP Address, and an External IP Address. For now, you need to focus on the Internal IP Address. Here's how you find your router's Internal IP Address:
- Try all the known Default Hotline IP Addresses default IP addresses
- Follow our How To Find Your Routers Internal IP Address Guide
How To Find Your Hotline Default Username and Password
We have collected a list of all known Default Hotline Router Passwords.
- You can try all known Default Hotline Router Passwords
- You can try following our How To Reset Your Router Guide
You may need to try all combinations of usernames and passwords in your router. If you try all of the username/password combinations and still cannot get logged in, then the next step is to contact your ISP and see if they know. If you are unable to find your router's username and password, then you may have to follow our How To Reset Your Router Guide.