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Cisco Default Login - Username, Password and IP Address

Default IP Address for Cisco

Default logins for Cisco

50 %
IP Address:
192.168.1.1
Username:
cisco
Password:
cisco
17 %
IP Address:
192.168.1.1
Username:
admin
Password:
admin
17 %
IP Address:
10.0.0.1
Username:
admin
Password:
password
8 %
IP Address:
10.0.0.1
Username:
Cisco
Password:
Cisco
8 %
IP Address:
192.168.1.254
Username:
admin
Password:
1PTV-ADM1N

Cisco Router Login

Did you know that problems like slow network, changing password of your network and other modifications can be handled through your computer? All you have to do is have access to internet and have a laptop/computer device to do so. Cisco routers are pretty easy to use and configure. They allow you to make changes in them through their control panel. The Cisco router’s control panel is available at a certain IP address that we will be mentioning in the following steps.

What you’ll need

Chances are, you already have everything you need to access your Cisco router:

  • Your Cisco router
  • A computer or laptop with an internet browser
  • An ethernet cable or WiFi connection

Cisco Login Steps

  1. Make Sure You are Connected to Your Cisco router network

    In order to make changes to your Cisco Router, first you will have to connect it to the internet. For this, turn on your Cisco Router and connect to the desired device. If your network is not connecting to the device, use the Ethernet cable for it. Ethernet cable gives a stable and direct access to the internet.

  2. Navigate to IP 192.168.1.1 Using the Browser

    Launch your favourite browser and type 192.168.1.1 in your address bar. This will take you to the login page. There are other default IP addresses if the above mentioned one doesn’t work

    192.168.1.1 is the most common default IP address for Cisco routers. However, if that doesn’t work, there are some other possible IP addresses. Also, try using:

    • 10.0.0.1
    • http://192.168.1.1
  3. Find Your Router IP Address Using 'ipconfig'

    if you still can’t find the IP address of your router, another simple way to do this is, by launching Command Prompt. In the Start menu type ‘cmd’. This will lead you to Command Prompt. In the Command Prompt window type ‘ipconfig’ and find your IP address next to the ‘Default Gateway’.

  4. Use Default Username & Password to Log In

    Username and password are essential to access the login page. The most common username and passwords are: admin and admin or Cisco and Cisco. If these don’t work, look for the credentials specific to your Router. These are written either on the back or the bottom sticker of your Cisco Router. The most common combination is:

    Username: admin

    Password: admin

    If that doesn’t work, it might also be:

    Username: Cisco

    Password: Cisco

    The login credentials can also be found on the back of some routers. If your login details have been changed but you can’t remember what they are, you will need to reset your router to its default configuration.

  5. Configure the Cisco Router & Change Settings

    After login in, you will find the control panel that helps you make the desired changes. You can reset your router, change security settings or alter your login details from here

    Always remember to write down whatever changes you make to the settings of the router

    this is for the off-chance that you forget your credentials or something else goes wrong

Troubleshooting

  • The router stops working after changing the settings

    1. The router stopped working after the changes: if this happens, don’t panic. The default settings are going to save you. For this you will just have to reset the router. Follow he steps to reset your Cisco Router:

  • How to Reset Your Router to the Default Configuration

    #1: Switch the router off, but the power supply in.

    #2: There is a small black button located at the back of the router which you will have to long press with a pin.

    #3: Hold the reset button with the pin for 10 seconds and automatic restart process will start. It takes 5-10 minutes to finish booting. When the light starts flickering it means the reset in on-going. When the lights become stable, the router is done.

    #4: Switch it off and on once, and your router is setup.

  • Contact Your Cisco Support Representative

    Now use the default/ original credentials to login to the Cisco router. If the problem still persists: call the Cisco team to fix it for you. They have a good customer care that will support you throughout the fixing of the router.

Router Models using Cisco

Cisco881-W 881-W Cisco / Cisco 10.0.0.1
CiscoCVR100W CVR100W cisco / cisco 192.168.1.1
CiscoDDR2200-CL DDR2200-CL admin / 1PTV-ADM1N 192.168.1.254
CiscoDPC3825 DPC3825 - 192.168.0.1
CiscoDPC3829AD DPC3829AD -
CiscoDPC3848 DPC3848 -
CiscoDPC3929CAD DPC3929CAD -
CiscoDPC3929CMAD DPC3929CMAD -
CiscoDPC3939 DPC3939 admin / password 10.0.0.1
CiscoDPC3940CMAD DPC3940CMAD -
CiscoDPC3941 DPC3941 admin / password 10.0.0.1
CiscoEdge 300 (CS-E300-AP-K9) Edge 300 (CS-E300-AP-K9) -
CiscoMeraki MX64W Meraki MX64W -
CiscoNAV10V2-WF NAV10V2-WF -
CiscoRAN201 RAN201 admin / admin 192.168.1.1
CiscoRV120W RV120W cisco / cisco 192.168.1.1
CiscoRV180W RV180W -
CiscoRV215W RV215W cisco / cisco 192.168.1.1
CiscoRV220W RV220W cisco / cisco 192.168.1.1
CiscoRV315W RV315W cisco / cisco 192.168.1.1
CiscoRV340W RV340W cisco / cisco 192.168.1.1
CiscoValet M10 v1 Valet M10 v1 -
CiscoValet M10 v2 Valet M10 v2 -
CiscoValet Plus M20 Valet Plus M20 admin / admin 192.168.1.1