ASUS routers are very reliable and user-friendly. Users can easily understand and operate/alter their router console and settings by following simple steps. ASUS router login can be used to perform some common tasks such as setting up a VPN, gather some information about your ISP’s protocol settings, or just need to make small changes to your existing network configurations.
Today, we will be sharing with you the full guide on How to login to your Asus Router console including default logins and different ways to change the default login credentials. So now, let us quickly jump into the article.
How to Login to your ASUS Router?
The control panel for your router is the ASUS router web interface where all the router configurations are stored or altered. To make any changes to your network settings, you’re required to login to your ASUS router.
Before going through the login steps, there are certain requirements that you need to fulfill in order to access the ASUS router web interface.
All you need is:
- ASUS router
- Access to the network: There are two ways through which you can ensure connection. You can either do it via LAN or wirelessly
- A web browser
Once you ensure that all the requirements are fulfilled, you can now start the procedure
ASUS login steps:
Follow the below-given steps to connect to your Asus router’s interface for configuration and diagnostics
Step 1: Connect to your network using WiFi or Ethernet cable through a computer, phone, or tablet
Connect via LAN
This can be done by connecting an Ethernet cable from your PC to the router. This mode of connectivity is not possible for mobile phones or tablet as they don’t possess any Ethernet cable port, so this mode of connectivity is entirely for PC
Power on your ASUS router and open the list of available Wifi connections in the device that you’re using to connect to the router and. Find your connection from the list of available connections and simply click on it. Upon asking, enter your ASUS login credentials, i.e., SSID username and password. Enter your user credentials to establish a wireless connection.
Once you have established the connection you can proceed to the next step.
Step 2: Open web browser in the device that you have connected to the router. Click on the address bar and enter the default IP address of your ASUS router. The most common IP address for ASUS router is http://192.168.1.1
Upon clicking on search you will access the ASUS router GUI.
The page might show an error if the entered IP address mismatches with the default IP address of your router. You can find out the IP address of your router from the list (available over the web) of the default IP address for different ASUS router models
Tip: As you are connected to your router you can easily find out your IP address by going to whatsmyrouterip.com
Upon successful completion of the step, you will see something like this
This is your router’s web interface or the Admin panel of your router
Note: Your router’s web interface might look different depending upon the model of your router
Step 3: Use your router’s default username and password to log in to the router’s web interface. The most common username and password for ASUS routers are:
However, if the above login credentials do not work, you can search for the list of default usernames and passwords for different ASUS router models on google to find out the default login of your router model.
After successful login, you will reach the Admin panel of your ASUS router. Now you can configure your router according to your needs. You can also change the login credentials of your router, i.e., the SSID username and password. In the next section of this article, we will be sharing with another guide to change the default username and password of your router.
How to change the default login of ASUS router
After successfully accessing the router’s Admin panel, changing the default username and password of your ASUS router is quite simple. You just need to follow these simple steps:
Step 1: On the home screen of the router’s web interface (Admin Panel), click on the network settings button. You can view the picture attached below to locate the network settings button
Step 2: From the side navigation bar, click on Tools>admin
You will see a page like this
Step 3: Enter the new username and password and then click on Apply button
Cheers! You’ve successfully changed the default login of your ASUS router.
How to reset the Wifi password of ASUS router
For security reasons, it is always considered good to frequently change the Wifi password of your router so that you and only you can access it. Follow the steps below to reset the Wifi password of your ASUS router.
Step 1: Log in to the Admin panel of your router using the appropriate username and password
Step 2: Navigate to the Wireless panel from the Advanced Settings option
Step 3: In the Wireless panel, you will see the multiple settings related to WiFi. Select the SSID and WiFi-Band whose password you need to change. If your router doesn’t support multiple bands and SSID then you can ignore this step.
Step 4: Select the password protection types, i.e., the Authentication Method and WPA Encryption
Tip: We will advise you to use “WPA2-Personal” for Authentication Method, and “AES” for WPA Encryption to ensure maximum security
Step 5: Enter your new Wifi password in the WPA Pre-Shared Key column and click on apply.
Congratulations! You have successfully changed the Wifi password of your ASUS router
So, this was our complete guide on the ASUS router login. We hope that we have successfully solved all your doubts and queries related to the ASUS router login. Let us know through the comment section if you have any other doubts regarding it, our team will try to solve it as soon as possible.