What Is RouterLogin.com?

When you can't remember your Netgear router's internal IP address

Router manufacturer Netgear has a website to help customers who don't remember the addresses of their routers. Normally, when you log in to a broadband router to do admin work, you must know the internal IP address for the router. The correct address depends on the model of the router and whether its default information has been changed.

Netgear's Router Address Web Page

Many Netgear home routers are configured to use either www.routerlogin.com or www.routerlogin.net instead of an IP address. When either of these URLs is visited from inside a home network, a Netgear router recognizes the website domain names and translates them to the appropriate router IP address automatically.

How to Log In to a Netgear Router

To log in to a Netgear router:

  1. Open a web browser on a computer or mobile device that is connected to the network.

  2. Type in the address bar or navigate to http://www.routerlogin.net or http://www.routerlogin.com.

    www.routerlogin.net in Chrome URL bar
  3. Enter the username and password for the router. The default username is admin and the default password is password. If the username and password have been changed, enter that information instead.

  4. The home screen for your router opens.

    Netgear router manager webpage

If you visit either of these URLs and don't have a Netgear router, the link redirects to the Netgear technical support home page.

When Routerlogin.Net Is Not Working

If you can't connect to routerlogin.com or routerlogin.net, try these troubleshooting steps:

  1. Turn on the power for the Netgear router.

  2. Connect a computer to the router's Wi-Fi network.

    Some routers require the computer to be connected with an Ethernet cable to access the router admin page. A wireless connection may not work.

  3. Connect to the websites using the router's default IP address at http://192.168.1.1. This won't work if you've changed the default IP.

  4. If problems persist, attempt to connect using a different browser or wireless device.

  5. Power-cycle the entire network.

  6. If all else fails, perform a factory reset on the router.

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