– Login Admin

Default Logins for

  • Username: admin 48%
    Password: admin
  • Username: 'randomly generated'' 12%
    Password: admin
  • Username: admin 8%
    Password: -
  • Username: - 6%
    Password: admin
  • Username: admin 5%
    Password: airlive Admin Login

To access the admin login page type into your web browser's address bar or click on the link below.

  1. To login to your router, you need to make sure your computer device, be it your phone, tablet, or computer, is connected to the router. You can connect to the router over wifi or with an ethernet lead.
  2. Once you have your device connected to your router, open up your chosen browser (Firefox, Chrome, etc.) and type in your IP address. The IP address of the router will differ depending on the model, but a standard default is
  3. Once entering into your browser, you will connect to your routers management page. Here you will be prompted to enter a network administrator username and password before you can make any changes.

The first step to managing your router and the wifi network it provides is to log in to your routers system management page. This page will allow you to check the status of your router as well as manage any settings, including the network security settings, network name and password, parental controls, and more. A network administrator would need such options to ensure maximum efficiency of the network they are managing. Even if you are just a homeowner with no interest in making changes to your wifi network, it is still good to know how to access the settings of your router.

For your first time connecting to your router with, you may not have to input the password and username, or it will be the default login details, with more on that below. Though it is possible to make changes on your router via wifi, it is best to have a wired connection to ensure the connection stays steady while making your changes.

What is the Username and Password for

As per the above instructions, once you have opened up your router management page, you will be prompted to enter username and password. The login details are necessary to stop unauthorized users accessing your router and making changes not approved by the network administrator.

If this selection of usernames and passwords don’t work for you, check the bottom of your router. You will usually find the username and password listed there. Failing that, the manual that came with the router should have the details listed. It is also possible to find the default login details of your router by searching online for the same make and model. If none of the standard default passwords are working, perhaps changes have been made without your knowledge. Try resetting your router back to factory settings. Doing so will erase any changes made to the system, including resetting the username and password.

If you are logging in to your router for the first time, you may know the username and password. Luckily, most routers use similar defaults which you can find detailed below:

What is An IP Address like

Any computer device you use, whether your phone, laptop, tablet, or similar, are given access to the internet from your router via a wireless network. Your router providing you access the internet is made possible with an internet protocol address, or IP address. Using the internet is like receiving mail. You request a website to give you information, which that website provides to you, using your IP address to make sure it gets to where it needs to go.

Your router has two IP addresses, a public one and a private one. The public one is not in your control but belongs to the internet service provider, such as AT&T or Comcast, for example. Your IP address is four numbers, each separated with a period. The four numbers can range from 0 to 225, leaving many possible IP addresses. An example of an IP address is The private IP address is the one that identifies your local area network or Lan. The private IP address is open to much more customizability, though a network administrator should proceed with caution. Changing the wrong setting can mess up the router. If that does happen, you will have to perform a factory reset.

I Can’t Connect to

  • Connectivity problems – Your router and computer device may fail to connect. This problem can be down to several issues. Ensure your ethernet cable is connected correctly. Double-check that your router is powered. You should see lights for the ethernet port you are using as well as lights for the routers internet connection.
  • If all indicators show that your router should be working, but it is still not, it is advised to reboot your router. Doing so is easy. Unplug your router from the power for 2-3 minutes and then plug it back in again. Some times all it takes is turning it off and on again.
  • Your means of security may inhibit your ability to use your router. Firewalls can put a barrier between your computer device and your router. If you can’t connect to your router, try turning off your firewall until you have everything set up.
  • One reason that you may have trouble connecting to your router is due to human error. IP addresses are numerical only, and the difference between 1 and I is subtle. Ensure you have entered the IP address into your browser correctly.

How Can I Change My Wifi Password at 192.168 1.254?

  1. Login into your router. See above for a step-by-step guide on doing this.
  2. Once you have successfully logged in to your router’s system, you will need to find the wireless security settings, or similarly named.
  3. Once in these settings, search for the wifi password field. Here you insert your new password, save the changes, and you now have a new wifi password.

It would be best if you always changed the password of your wifi network away from the default. The default password is easy to guess, and though it provides convenience, it does not provide security. If you do forget your new password, you can make use of the WPS or wifi protected setup button, usually on the back of your router. Pressing this button will give you a 30-second window to login to your wifi network without the need for a password.

What is the Name (SSID) of My Wifi Network of

Like your password, it is a good idea to change the name of your wifi network at your earliest opportunity. Doing so will allow you to differentiate from other networks in your area. Changing the name of your wifi network follows a similar process to how you change your password. Again, the actual process differs from router to router.

  1. Login into your router. Enter into your browser, and then enter your login details.
  2. Look through the menus of your router settings. Look for SSID or wifi network name.
  3. Once you have found the correct menu, change the name of your wifi network to something of your choosing. Then save the changes.
  4. Check your available wifi networks to ensure your router has accepted the name change.

What Is the IP Address of My Router?

If those IP addresses do not allow you to access your router, your address may differ from the above. You can find your IP address by following the below steps, which vary depending on the operating system of your computer device.

For computers using Microsoft Windows:

  1. Left-click on the network symbol in the bottom right of your screen.
  2. Left-click on “connection properties”.
  3. Scroll down your screen to the IPv4 address, which is your routers IP address.

For computers using Mac OS X:

  1. Go to the Apple menu and open system preferences.
  2. Click on the “network references” option.
  3. Select how you connect to your router, whether Wifi or LAN.
  4. You will find the IP address next to the word “Router”.

For mobile devices:

  1. Open your phone settings
  2. Select your wifi network
  3. In the menu, you will find a selection of information connected to your wifi network, including your IP address.

You Don’t Need to Be a Computer Expert to Change Your Router Settings.

As you can see from the above, making changes to your router is straight forward. You can now increase the security of your wifi network and change the name of your wifi network. Though only basic settings, it is a start to making additional changes to your router.

Models using

2Wire 2700HG-B-
2Wire 2701HG-B-
2Wire 3600HGV-
2Wire 3800HGV-B-
2Wire 3801HGV-
2Wire 5012NV-
2Wire 5012NV-002-
2Wire 5012NV-2-
AboCom ARM904-
AboCom WAP253-
AboCom WAP257- / admin
AboCom WR254-
AboCom WR5204admin / admin
AboCom WR5204Uadmin / admin
AboCom WR5208admin / admin
AboCom WR5502admin / admin
AboCom WR5560admin / password
Actiontec T2200H'randomly generated'' / admin
Actiontec V1000H (Telus)admin / telus
AirLive WT-2000R-
Allied Telesis AT-WA1104G-
Allied Telesyn AT-WA1104G-
Arris BGW210-700-
Arris MG2402G/CT-
Arris NVG448B-
Arris NVG448BQ-
Arris NVG589-
Arris NVG599-
Arris RAC2V1A (TR4400-AC)-
Arris RAC2V1A-
Arris SBG6400-
Arris SBG6950-
Arris SBG6950-AC2-
Arris SBG7400-
Arris SBG7400-AC2-
BEC Technologies BEC 8920NEadmin / admin
Billion BiPAC 5200G R4admin / admin
Billion BiPAC 5200G RCadmin / admin
Billion BiPAC 5200N RCadmin / admin
Billion BiPAC 6200NXadmin / admin
Billion BiPAC 6200NXLadmin / admin
Billion BiPAC 6300VNOZadmin / admin
Billion BiPAC 643-
Billion BiPAC 7300WX-
Billion BiPAC 7401VGP R4admin / admin
Billion BiPAC 7402GL R4admin / admin
Billion BiPAC 7402GXadmin / admin
Billion BiPAC 7404VGOXadmin / admin
Billion BiPAC 7800NEXLadmin / admin
Billion BiPAC 7800VDPXadmin / admin
Billion BiPAC 7800VNOXadmin / admin
Billion BiPAC 8200Nadmin / admin
Billion BiPAC 8700AX-1600admin / admin
Billionton NRWN11.23E+08 / -
Blitzz BWA611B-
Bluetake BW320-
BT Home Hub 5A'randomly generated'' / admin
BT Home Hub 5B-
BT Home Hub6 (Smart Hub Type A)'randomly generated'' / admin
BT Home Hub6 (Smart Hub Type B)'randomly generated'' / admin
BT Home Hub6 (Smart Hub)'randomly generated'' / admin
BT Smart Hub (Home Hub 6)A (Smart Hub Type A)'randomly generated'' / admin
BT Smart Hub (Home Hub 6)B (Smart Hub Type B)'randomly generated'' / admin
BT Smart Hub / Home Hub 6A (Smart Hub Type A)'randomly generated'' / admin
BT Smart Hub-
BT Smart Hub Type A (Home Hub 6 Type A)'randomly generated'' / admin
BT Smart Hub Type B-
BT Smart HubType A (Home Hub 6)'randomly generated'' / admin
BT Smart HubType B (Home Hub 6)'randomly generated'' / admin
CC&C WA-2204-
CC&C WA-6202-
CC&C WA-6210-
CC&C WA-6210-V3-
CC&C WA-6212-
CC&C WA-7200-
CC&C WA2204-
CC&C WA6202-
Cerio DT-200Nadmin / default
Cisco DDR2200-CLadmin / 1PTV-ADM1N
D-Link DVA-G3810BN/TL A1telus / admin
D-Link DVA-G3810BN/TLadmin / telus
E-TOP NR620gadmin / admin
EDUP EP-9501Nadmin / admin
Fiberlogic Matrix 21admin / -
Fujitsu Siemens AP-600RP-USB-
Gigabyte GN-B41Gadmin / admin
Gigabyte GN-B49Gadmin / admin
Gigabyte GN-BC01-
Gigabyte GN-BR01Gadmin / admin
Gigabyte GN-BR33V-RHadmin / admin
Gigabyte GN-BR402Wadmin / admin
Gigabyte GN-BR404Wadmin / admin
Gigabyte GN-BR404W1admin / admin
GigaFast WF719-CAPR-
Hawking HD45Radmin / 1234
Hawking HWR54G rev M-
Hawking HWR54G rev R-
Hawking HWR54G-
Intellinet 523875-
Loopcomm LP-8186-
Loopcomm LP-8186C-
Loopcomm LP-8616-
Loopcomm LP-8616C-
Loopcomm LP-8696C-
Loopcomm LP-9186-
Motorola 2247-62- / admin
Motorola 2247-N8- / admin
Motorola NVG510-
MSI MS-6811admin / admin
MSI MS-6822admin / -
MSI MS-6824admin / admin
MSI R60Gadmin / admin
MSI RG11B (MS-6811)admin / admin
MSI RG54G (MS-6824)admin / admin
MSI RG54G2 (MS-6848)admin / -
MSI RG54GS (MS-6822)admin / -
MSI RG54SEadmin / admin
MSI RG60Gadmin / admin
Netgear VersaLink B90-755025-15-
Netgear VersaLink B90-755025-1514-
Netopia 3347NWG-
Netopia 3347NWG-6-
Netronix W242Dadmin / admin
Nokia G-140W-C (Shanghai Bell)'randomly generated'' / userAdmin
Nokia G-140W-C-
Nokia G-240W-F-
OvisLink AirLive G.DUO-
OvisLink AirLive G.DUO/gDUO-
OvisLink AirLive N.MINIadmin / airlive
OvisLink AirLive N.Poweradmin / airlive
OvisLink AirLive N450Radmin / airlive
OvisLink AirLive WMU-9000VPN-
OvisLink AirLive WN-200Radmin / airlive
OvisLink AirLive WN-220ARMadmin / airlive
OvisLink AirLive WT-2000R-
OvisLink G.DUO-
OvisLink N450Rairlive / admin
OvisLink WMU-9000VPN-
OvisLink WN-200Rairlive / admin
OvisLink WN-220ARMairlive / admin
Pace 4111N-
Pace 5268AC-
PIX-LINK LV-WR02 v1admin / admin
PIX-LINK LV-WR09 v1admin / admin
PIX-LINK LV-WR091admin / admin
PROLiNK WGR1004- / admin
Proware PW-RN401Madmin / admin
QPCOM QP-WR347Nadmin / -
Quick Eagle Networks DL700admin / admin
Realtek RTL8197D-11AC Reference Design-
Rosewill RNX-G40user / user
Rosewill RNX-N400LXadmin / guest
Runtop WS4000admin / -
Sagemcom F@ST 2704N-
Senao WSR-3018admin / -
Sitecom WL-122sitecom / sitecom
Soyo AWRO3101- / admin
technicolor (Thomson) TG703-
technicolor TG703 (Thomson)'blank'' / 'blank''
technicolor TG788vn v2-
Tecom GR2512admin / admin
Thomson SpeedTouch 585 v6- / Administrator
Thomson SpeedTouch 716v5- / Administrator
Thomson SpeedTouch 780 WL- / Administrator
Thomson TG585v7-
Thomson TG787 (Technicolor)admin / admin
Thomson TG787admin / admin
TwinMOS 73-TMRB4-001-
ViKosmo VK-100RTg-
Westell D90-327W30-06-
Westell VersaLink 7550 (B90-755025-15)-
X-Micro XWL-11bRRG-
Xterasys XR-1405b-
Xterasys XR-1405B- / admin