192.168.l.l Router Admin Login

192.168.l.l ( is common factory default IP address for router, access point or other network devices which are manufactured by Linksys, Netgear or other manufacturers. End-users commonly access this page in order to set or change the wireless security mode, set or change the SSID (network name), and to set or change the network security key. Other commonly used default IP addresses include and which have been reserved by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority for private use. 

How to Access the Router Login in 4 easy steps

Step 1 – Turn on the router. Then, connect the computer to the router with an Ethernet cable in one of the four Ethernet ports located on the rear or back of the device. Note that routers require you to connect to the router using the Ethernet method and do not support this connection via wireless or broadband.

Step 2 – Launch your computer’s web browser. Then, Click Here or enter “” in the browser address bar and press the “Enter” or “Return” key.

  • Once you know your router's IP address introduce it into your browser's URL address. You'll be directed to the user login panel. There introduce your router user and password.
  • If you're getting an error, then is not your router's IP address. Look up your router's IP address in the following article.

Step 3 – Enter the username and password that you have set for the router. If you forgot your username and password you can follow these instructions to recover them. If you haven't changed the default user and password that comes with the router you can consult our router default usernames and passwords list.

Router login

Step 4 – Once you're in the router's admin panel you'll be able to modify and change all internet settings.

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How to find your router's IP address

If you're having issues accessing your router at (long loading or not loading at all), your network might be using another addess such as or In that case check our router IP address list. You can also read our tutorial on how to find your router's ip address for more help.