Login | Admin Username & Password

The numbers will be a long-time partner for your life if you have a router. That’s probably why you’re here, is not it? You do not know what is Or how can you use it? Do not worry, all these doubts are going well once you have flipped through this guide.

Here is an overview of what we will discuss over the next few minutes:

  • What is
  • Which routers use
  • What is the default user name and password for
  • How to connect
  • Which routers use

What is is an IP address. An IP address is the same as a URL / website address, but only in numbers. Every website address we use has an IP address.

In other words, we humans use alphabetic URLs to access web pages, such as “Windowsfish.com,” but browsers use their digital equivalents, also known as IP addresses, to access them.

This specific IP address,, is that of a router! This means that some brands of routers use this IP address to allow users to access their web panel / admin center / control center.

In other words, you can think of this as the “Control Panel” address of your router.

You need to access this panel to change almost anything about your router, starting with the router’s username and password, WiFi credentials, firewalls, and so on.

Which brands use

You should know that the IP address is not universal for all routers. This means that even if multiple router brands use as the login portal address, they do not all.

This guide will be useless if your router is from a brand using another IP address. Brands that use this specific IP address as the Webpanel address are:

  • Motorola
  • Trendnet
  • Repotec
  • Zoom
  • Actiontec
  • and Zyxel.

Obviously, it is possible that other routers use the address, but those listed above certainly do. Default user name and password

Since the IP address allows users to change the settings of their routers, it should not let a stranger enter and wreak havoc, right? So, obviously, you need a user name and a password to log in.

From now on, each company preconfigures a set of default user name and password for their routers. This helps users configure their routers immediately because the credentials are the default values ​​for each new router of the same make and model.

Again, these login credentials are defined by the “router company”. Therefore, even if your router uses this IP address, this does not mean that the connection information will be exactly the same as that of another router using the same IP address.

Do not worry, we’ve listed as many combinations as possible, and chances are one of them works for your router:

  • Username: admin
  • Password: admin


  • Username: admin
  • Password: password


  • Username: (White)
  • Password: admin

How to connect to the router

Now, you know what is, what brands use it and what are its default login credentials. It only remains to connect to the router, is not it?

To log in, simply launch your browser (no specific browser required, all this works) and enter in the address bar. (The place where you write the URLs of websites).

This would take you to a page that looks like this:

(Note that I use a Trendnet router, the exact page will be different depending on your brand and model, but it will certainly include a username and password field).

Enter the default user name and password in their respected fields and you must be logged in successfully.

How to change the WiFi password to

Even though the process differs for your specific router depending on its brand, the overall steps are similar, if not identical.

In my case (and yours if you use a Trendnet router), log in to the Web Panel and click on “Wireless” in the left pane.

This would display your options for wireless router configuration, click on “Security”.

Then you must select an authentication type. If you do not know what it is, just select WPA2.

Set the PSK and Cipher types to “PSK” and “TKIP” in case you do not know what the other options are doing. Then simply enter a password for your router in the “Passphrase” section.

Finally, click on “Apply” and you’re done.

If you have another router, look for “Wireless” or “WiFi” on the Web panel, then “Security” or “Password”. With some shortcomings, you should finally be able to access the WiFi Password page.

How to change the SSID

SSID stands for Service Set Identifier. If you want to change the SSID (name of your WiFi connection, not required but recommended), click on “Basic” in the “Wireless menu”.

Then change the name under the “SSID” field.

And finally, click on “Apply”. Completed.

Also read on other IP addresses;


So that’s all the basics I had in my arsenal up to We talked about what it is, how to use it, its default credentials and a step-by-step tutorial on changing WiFi credentials.

Although there is still a chance that I will miss something, in case you have another doubt about the IP address, drop a comment, I promise you that it will not go unnoticed.

Note that on most routers you can also change the default gateway (the IP address) from to something else of your choice, even though it usually has no major benefits and adds only complexity.


  1. Ray leclair says:

    Hi I have a pix-link that I’ve been trying to download for month on end. I can’t seam to find the page or to get it set up. At one time they gave you a CD or it was built into the stick. I had one before and it got stolen and it had the drivers right in the stick like most did. Not anymore, Now it’s all nothing but download. What people don’t realize is the not all of us are that good using a computer like me. I do know a bit to get around some but when it come to downloading a usb pix-link for get it. All of these wi-fi sticks come with a CD driver just pop it in and your on your way, Then they started to put the drive right into the wi-fi stick witch made it easier. Now they did away with that and left us who can hardly hardly use anything or have the download at all. Why did they do that when many of us have a hard time as it is using a computer. I tried 6 months to get it to work trying to find the drivers for it. OH I can find many pages for it but not one has the drive. I know it works on linux as well as most windows. So tell me where to find the real pix-link download Instead of all the hundreds of pages that don’t tell you nothing not even give you a download. I’ve reset that pix-link many time like the say to do and try again. But what good is it if it doesn’t take you to the download page. Can anyone out there tell me where to find the right page instead of all the crop it’s been sending me to or can i real buy a driver just like the old school when the computer first came out. The all had drivers up until 3 years ago and now you have to fight like hell to find one driver for one think. Then they came out with the doctor drive to test your computer and charge you a crap load of money to give you the drivers. So if anyone can help me find the right page You’d make me happy as heck. I have the pix-link Any type of help finding the download page would be very nice of you thank you

  2. Ray leclair says:

    OH I forgot to say it’s a USB pix-link

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  4. John Alan Elkins says:

    No matter what I try I can not get the homepage to come up.

  5. Raymond Rivers says:

    I have been unable to connect the webpage associated with the myrepeater.net webpage. I am using

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