If you want to set up your Linksys router, configure wireless settings, or turn it into an access point, you must access the Linksys router login to log in and customize these settings.
Check the steps given below and log in to your Linksys router to access or customize your Linksys router setting.
1. Reboot your computer. Connect it directly to your Linksys router using the Ethernet cable.
2. If you already have a wireless network set up and configured and you just want to modify the settings, you need not set up an Ethernet connection between your PC and router.
3. Open your web browser and type ‘192.168.1.1’ in the address bar. Hit Enter to proceed.
4. On the Login screen, enter your Linksys router’s username and password in the relevant fields and click OK.
5. If you never set up a custom username and password, you can use the default ones. The default username and password for most of the Linksys devices are ‘admin’ and ‘admin’ respectively. However, you must refer to your Linksys router setup documentation for details.
6. Once logged in, you can set up your Linksys router to configure a wireless network, set up a firewall, change username and password, or set up port forwarding/access point among other things.
7. To save the changes, click the Save Settings button. Exit the Linksys router interface once you are done. Some settings may require you to reboot your Linksys router. To connect or reconnect to your wireless network, pull out the Ethernet cable.
***You can also try IP addresses like ’192.168.0.5’, ‘192.168.2.1’ to pull the Linksys router login page. You can also refer to your Linksys router support documentation for the default IP address.***If you set up a custom password which you have forgotten now, you will need to hard reset your Linksys router. It will reset the Linksys router to factory settings and let you use the default login details.
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