Your router is the most important device on your network. The way that most home networks are set-up is to have a router as the only device connected to the internet. After you learn to configure your router, you will be able to customize your network better than ever before.
How To Find Your Network Everywhere Routers IP Address
In order to login to your router, you need to know it's Internal IP Address. This is confusing because routers have 2 IP addresses: an Internal IP Address, and an External IP Address. Right now, you are only concerned with the Internal IP Address. You can do one of the following to find your router's Internal IP Address:
- Try all the known Default Network Everywhere IP Addresses default IP addresses
- Follow our How To Find Your Routers Internal IP Address Guide
How To Find Your Network Everywhere Default Username and Password
We have collected a list of all known Default Network Everywhere Router Passwords.
- You can try all known Default Network Everywhere Router Passwords
- You can try following our How To Reset Your Router Guide
Be sure to try every combination of username and password from this list in your router. If none of the username/password combinations work, then you may want to contact your ISP and ask them if they know. The last step thing you should take if you are unable to find your router's username and password is to follow our How To Reset Your Router Guide.
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