Login to configure router

Linksys routers mainly use an address, which helps a router in initializing itself and connecting to different gadgets on the internet. Using this other devices can also connect back to the router.

How to configure Linksys router

To configure your router, simply type into your browser. There will appear a page with router`s details where you will be asked to create a username and a password. If there is a page like search results or any other mistake, that might mean your router has no connection to address or computer doesn`t see the router. You should try the connection between your computer and router. Also take a look at your wi-fi, perhaps it is out of work or you have chosen the wrong wireless network.

How to repair common routers problems

The majority of Linksys routers problems could be understood and easily solved:

  • Make sure the router is turned on
  • See whether your PC is connected to the router
  • Check if the router internet light is on or blinking (instructions will help you)
  • Be sure that your router is joined with your link or DSL modem
  • Check on if you can see router administrator interface by writing into your browser bar

In the event that you are utilizing Wi-Fi connection, make sure that your PC is joined with the wireless network given by your router. A simple check to know which network is given by your router is to turn it off and see which one vanishes from wireless network list.

Looking up router IP address

To lookup your router IP do the following


Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt.
At the point when Command Prompt window opens, sort the accompanying charge:
ipconfig | findstr/i "Gateway"
You ought to see brief like: C:\Documents and Settings\administrator>
ipconfig | findstr/i "Gateway" Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.l.l
In this illustration, your default router IP address is

Unix and Linux

You need to open a Terminal. Contingent upon Linux conveyance, it might be situated in the menu things at the top, or at the base of your screen. Click Applications > System Tools > Terminal.
At the point when terminal is open, sort the accompanying summon:
ip course | grep default
The yield of this ought to look something like the accompanying:
joe$ ip course | grep default
default by means of 192.168.l.l dev eth0 proto static
In this sample, once more, is your default entryway (switch) IP address.

Macintosh OS

Open the Terminal application. Do this, click Finder > Applications > Utilities > Terminal.app.
At the point when Terminal.app is open, sort the accompanying summon:
netstat - nr | grep default
This will yield the accompanying:
joe$ netstat - nr | grep default default UGSc 50 46 en1
In this sample, once more, is your default entryway (switch) IP address.