login setup

To configure your WiFi router, go to the login page. Here you will be asked for admin user security credentials, which will be the default if you have not changed or are a new user. For uninterrupted manual login, admin login using the default IP gateway is commonly used. When you log in, you can make all of the necessary updates and changes. You can easily continue with the setup. admin login and setup

Admin login:

If you’re using a private IP address to set up your router, you’ll need to go to to control the log-in process without errors. Use IP addresses such as or If you encounter an error during the login process, double-check the IP address that you entered. There are chances that you might have misspelled the same. If you still cannot gain access, there is another problem at work.


The procedure to access admin login page

If you confirm that you have a router with the IP address, then proceed to the steps below to gain access to the router’s admin panel.

  • The power supply, WAN, LAN, and WLAN lights should all be checked first. These need to blink out in solid green. This means there is no error and you can continue. If the light turns red or orange, this indicates that there is a problem.
  • The following step is to launch a web browser and enter the required IP address. You can use any browser you want, but it must be the most recent version. For this, you’ll need to enter the IP address If the IP address is entered incorrectly, you may receive an error message. Make sure it’s correct and type in the correct IP address.
  • Many users have problems remembering their usernames and passwords. This also applies to new users. You can easily recover it in this case by following some simple instructions. admin setup 

  • Open your browser and type into the address bar.
  • When prompted, type in your username and password. The default username and password for most routers are “admin” and “password”.
  • Select Wireless and then Wireless Settings.
  • Enter “as preferred” in the Wireless Network Name (SSID) field. 
  • To save the settings, press the Save button.

Install login steps

  1. Open your internet browser.
  2. Click or enter
  3. There will be a login page or a popup.
  4. Enter “admin” as the username and “admin” as the password.
  5. You will now be able to access the admin panel.

Check that you’re typing the IP address correctly; avoid using “www,” “HTTP,” or misspelled values like 192.168.o.1. An IP address consists entirely of numbers rather than letters.

Errors during the setup have troubleshooting points. 

You may be unable to access the router for a number of reasons. The most common ones, as well as their solutions, are listed below:

Errors during the setup have troubleshooting

Invalid IP Address: It’s not easy to enter IP addresses and navigate to the correct page. To access the login page, you must carefully enter the correct digits. If you type an incorrect digit or any unwanted characters, An error message will appear. To finish the process, simply copy and paste the IP address into the required field.

An issue with Internet connectivity: Connecting the computer to the extender requires the use of an Ethernet cable. You can only access the login admin page if you have consistent internet access. That requires a solid cable to connect the system and the router. It is a very simple procedure that only takes a few seconds.

Faulty Router: Even if you enter the correct IP address, such as, it is possible that your router will not work properly.  This usually happens when the router is placed in the wrong location or position. Other internal or external issues could be present. Contact the manufacturer for help or read the user manual that came with your device to figure out what’s wrong.   

Configure setup  

  • To begin with, turn off the power to the modem. 
  • The cable should now be connected to the router’s back. 
  • Connect to the wireless router’s WAN jack.
  • Connect another ethernet cable to the computer and plug it into the back of the router.
  • Using an electrical outlet, connect the cable modem and the router.
  • Turn on the power button and change the name of the Wi-Fi network.
Configure admin loginsetup  

You can start by looking up the name of the router’s Wi-Fi network. You can use the SSID with the service set up to distinguish your network from others. You are free to use any name you want, but it must not be offensive. Some of the steps below will help you differentiate your network. 

  • To access the wireless settings, go to the setup menu and select it.
  • In the SSID field, type the network name you want.
  • Save any changes you’ve made.

When changing the name of the Wi-Fi network, you can also change the password. On the same menu, you’ll find the password field. In addition, you can easily determine your router’s security based on this information. You can now access admin login page to set up your wifi router. For any assistance, contact us.