Linksys Default Password List

Updated List of Linksys Router Default Passwords, IP Addresses and Usernames

Photo of a Linksys EA8500 Router
Linksys EA8500 Router. © Belkin International, Inc.

Most Linksys brand routers have a default password of admin and a default IP address of 192.168.1.1 but some differ, as you can see in the table below.

Important: Once in, don't forget to change the default router password from admin to something more secure.

More help is below the table if you don't see your Linksys model below, the listed default password won't work, or you have another question.

Linksys Default Passwords (Valid June 2017)

Linksys ModelDefault UsernameDefault PasswordDefault IP Address
BEFCMUH4[none]admin192.168.0.1
BEFDSR41Wadminadmin192.168.1.1
BEFN2PS4[none]admin192.168.1.1
BEFSR11[none]admin192.168.1.1
BEFSR41[none]admin192.168.1.1
BEFSR41W[none]admin192.168.1.1
BEFSR81[none]admin192.168.1.1
BEFSRU31[none]admin192.168.1.1
BEFSX41[none]admin192.168.1.1
BEFVP41[none]admin192.168.1.1
BEFW11P1[none][none]192.168.1.1
BEFW11S4[none]admin192.168.1.1
E1000[none]admin192.168.1.1
E1200adminadmin192.168.1.1
E1500[none]admin192.168.1.1
E1550[none]admin192.168.1.1
E1700[none]admin192.168.1.1
E2000adminadmin192.168.1.1
E2100Ladminadmin192.168.1.1
E2500[none]admin192.168.1.1
E3000adminadmin192.168.1.1
E3200adminadmin192.168.1.1
E4200[none]1admin192.168.1.1
E4200admin1admin192.168.1.1
E800[none]admin192.168.1.1
E8350[none]admin192.168.1.1
E8400adminadmin192.168.1.1
E900[none]admin192.168.1.1
EA2700adminadmin192.168.1.1
EA2750[none]admin192.168.1.1
EA3500adminadmin192.168.1.1
EA4500adminadmin192.168.1.1
EA6100adminadmin192.168.1.1
EA6200adminadmin192.168.1.1
EA6350[none]admin192.168.1.1
EA6400adminadmin192.168.1.1
EA6500adminadmin192.168.1.1
EA6900adminadmin192.168.1.1
EA7300adminadmin192.168.1.1
EA7500adminadmin192.168.1.1
EA8300[none]admin192.168.1.1
EA8500adminadmin192.168.1.1
EA9200adminadmin192.168.1.1
EA9300[none]admin192.168.1.1
EA9500[none]admin192.168.1.1
WAG120Nadminadmin192.168.1.1
WAG160Nadminadmin192.168.1.1
WAG310Gadminadmin192.168.1.1
WAG320Nadminadmin192.168.1.1
WAG354Gadminadmin192.168.1.1
WAG54Gadminadmin192.168.1.1
WAG54GP2adminadmin192.168.1.1
WAG54GSadminadmin192.168.1.1
WCG200[none]admin192.168.0.1
WRH54G[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRK54G[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT100[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT110[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT120N[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT1200ACadminadmin192.168.1.1
WRT150N[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT160N[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT160N-HP[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT160NL[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT1900ACadminadmin192.168.1.1
WRT1900ACSadminadmin192.168.1.1
WRT300N[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT310N[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT3200adminadmin192.168.1.1
WRT3200ACM[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT320N[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT330N[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT350N[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT400N[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT51AB[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54AG[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54G[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54G2[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54G3G-AT[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54G3G-AU[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54G3G-EU[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54G3G-ST[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54G3G-UK[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54G3GV2-STadminadmin192.168.1.1
WRT54G3G-VN[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54GC[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54GH[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54GL[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54GP2adminadmin192.168.15.1
WRT54GP2A-AT[none]admin192.168.15.1
WRT54GR[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54G-RG[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54GS[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54GS2[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54G-TM[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54GX[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54GX2[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT54GX4[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT55AG[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT600N[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRT610N[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRTP54Gadminadmin192.168.15.1
WRTSL54GS[none]admin192.168.1.1
WRTU54G-TM[none]admin192.168.0.1
WTR54GS[none]admin192.168.16.1

[1] The Linksys E4200 router comes in two hardware versions, v1 and v2. Version 1 does not require a username at all, while Version 2 requires admin as the username.

Don't see your Linksys router or other network device listed above? Let me know and I'd be happy to dig it up for you and add it to the list.

What to Do When the Linksys Default Data Above Doesn't Work

You really only have one choice when your Linksys device's default password or default username has been changed and you don't know what they are: reset the device to factory defaults.

For most Linksys devices, a factory reset is as easy as pressing and holding the tiny Reset button for at least 10 seconds (30 seconds on older models) and then unplugging and plugging back in the device.

If that doesn't work, check your router or other device's manual where you'll find specific advice for that Linksys model. You can find your device's manual in PDF format from Linksys Support.

A factory reset will also return the IP address that's configured for your Linksys device back to 192.168.1.1, or whatever the default may be, but doing so could cause problems.

If your Linksys router's IP address is all you're after, please know that it's also almost always the same as the default gateway that's configured for your computers and other devices that connect to it.

See How to Find the Default Gateway IP Address if you're not sure where to look for that at.

If you have more questions about Linksys default passwords, need some more help, or have questions about default passwords in general, check out my Default Password FAQ.