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Basic settings of common routers

You need information about your router? Then you are right here. Now and then it is necessary to make settings on your own router. What can that be for example?

  • Establishment of a Virtual Private Network (VPN),
  • Establishment of a port forwarding,
  • Change of a guest network,
  • User control,
  • Change of SSID,
  • Change of user name,
  • Change of password, etc.

Of course there are many more settings that I can put on a router. But the above list roughly highlights the key points. To make the most important settings, a connection to the router is required. If you have made the connection via a LAN cable or wireless, you will be able to log in via the web interface on most commercially available devices.

If you establish a connection between PC and router via a LAN cable, it is imperative that both devices are located in the same subnet. You need to know what the IP address of the router model is.

If you establish a connection between tablet and router via WiFi, it is imperative that you know the SSID of your router and the corresponding WiFi key. If this connection is active, it is additionally necessary to check the IP address of the tablet. This must be in the same subnet as the router.

Now the browser opens. The IP address or the URL of the router is entered in the address bar. The login screen of your router is now visible. After logging in with your username and password, you will now be taken to the configuration overview of the router.

Welcome to Routersnitch

In the age of the Internet, one seldom resorts to the included user manual, which in many cases is still enclosed in hard copy. So the mobile is quickly drawn, the search engine interviewed and in seconds you have already found the right link. You are now just a click away. Now you have landed here with us.

Routersnitch is all about OSI layer 3. That's why we maintain a database that lists several router manufacturers and the corresponding models. In order to be able to apply the above and avoid a long-lasting search for the default settings, the database tells you the model-standard preconfigured default settings, such as

  • IP address,
  • URL,
  • username and
  • password.
Time is precious and finding the settings of the router is time consuming for one or the other. To save you the hassle, use this website and recommend it to others. So you can also help other people to save time and trouble.

My router is not listed

If your router is not listed here, please understand. A database lives from input. Therefore, we ask that you tell us your manufacturer and the model name so that we can find out the missing data as soon as possible and feed our database with the new information.