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Asus Router IP ( router.asus.com)

The ASUS router’s Web GUI or the web interface is the control panel for various router settings. Accessing the web interface or GUI allows the settings to be managed, changed, saved and accessed through Asus router login. Here, comes the action of Asus router IP which is the default web directory to login to your ASUS router.

The Asus router IP set by default on most of the Asus wireless routers is 192.168.1.1 or Http://192.168.1.1 to initiate Asus router login. It makes use of Asus router default login credentials as discussed below on the home page to access the interface to make changes to router network.

In case you forgot the Asus router IP address, you must refer to the Asus Device Discovery Utility to search for the IP address based on your operating system/ device sing these steps:

  • Go t the Control Panel of your operating device such as computer.
  • Go to the network icon and click on it.
  • Access the Internet settings page on your operating device.
  • Click on the Wi-Fi option to access network connection settings.
  • Click to view connected Wi-Fi status and tasks.
  • Select Connection option and choose details.
  • Scroll down on the page to the bottom where obtained IP address will be displayed.

192.168.1.1 Asus router login

To login through default gateway 192.168.1.1 or Http://192.168.1.1 for accessing the router’s web interface for configuration, take through following steps:

  • Open web gateway/browser on your connected operating computer or other device.
  • Type in the Asus router’s IP address in the above browser’s address field; where the most common IP used for ASUS router login is: 192.168.1.1 
  • If somehow the above mentioned IP address doesn’t work or let you login web interface, search for the default ASUS IP address list for your model.
  • On 192.168.1.1 Asus router login successfully, login page for Asus router will be reached.
  • Key in the default Asus router login username as well as password in the respective fields on the Asus login page.
  • The default username and password is both “admin” in lowercase letters in case you have not changed in after initial Asus router setup.
  • After 192.168.1.1 Asus router login with correct credentials, you will be presented with Asus routers web GUI.
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Asus router login - login to ASUS wireless router settings page (Blue cave GUI)

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As discussed previously, the Asus router login allows you to configure your router for managing its network and settings. It gives you access to the web GUI of your specific models through router.asus.com default LAN address. Follow the steps here to Asus router login – login to ASUS wireless router settings page (Blue GUI) for Blue cave wireless routers:

You must have setup your Asus router through wired or wireless connection prior to Asus router login. For wired adjoining, the Asus router must be connected to the operating computer at each of its LAN port using an Ethernet cable.

  • Open web gateway/browser on your connected operating computer or other device.
  • Enter router.asus.com LAN address for Asus login in the address field.
  • If router.asus.com is not working, type in Asus router’s IP addresses 192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.1.1 instead.
  • The Asus router login page will auto-launch after router.asus.com or IP login.
  • Key in the default Asus router login username as well as password in the respective fields on the Asus login page.
  • The default username and password is both “admin” in lowercase letters in case you have not changed in after initial Asus router setup.

Note: If router.asus.com login using above default Asus router login details fail, check for the printed default login details on your router.

Also, if you had changed your login password from default and have now forgotten it, you must reset the model t its factory default settings and then try logging in.

  • After Asus router login with correct credentials, you will be presented with Asus routers web GUI.

The Blue cave router GUI screen can now be used to configure the settings of the Asus router model further.

Asus router login – to enter the Asus router setting page (ASUSWRT)

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Prior to router.asus.com login or IP login to enter the Asus router setting page (ASUSWRT), make certain that the router is affixed to the operating computer at each of its LAN port using an Ethernet cable or they are connected wirelessly using network settings.

While the Asus router is powered on, confirm power by LED showing light.

  • Open web gateway/browser on your connected operating computer or other device.
  • Enter router.asus.com LAN address for Asus login in the address field.
  • If router.asus.com is not working, type in Asus router’s LAN IP addresses 192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.1.1 instead.
  • The Asus router login page will auto-launch after router.asus.com or IP login.
  • Key in the default Asus router login username as well as password in the respective fields on the Asus login page.
  • Input the default username and password as “admin” in lowercase letters in both fields, as it is same.
  • The admin as username and password applies if you have not changed default password after initial Asus router setup.
  • You will enter the Asus router setting page (ASUSWRT) and configure the settings of your ASUS Wireless Router.

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  1. Secure the established connections to hardware:
  • Check and verify if your Asus wireless router is connected via Ethernet (RJ-45 cable) securely and not loose.
  • Also, confirm the cable connection to other devices – modem and computer (at WAN and LAN port respectively) as well is proper.
  • Ensure the Asus wireless router is plugged in to the DC-IN port through power adapter securely and is receiving power supply.
  • Confirm if other devices are receiving power supply and securely coupled to power source.
  1. Check the LED lights working efficiently:

The LED light indicates proper functions corresponding to what they are indicated for.

  • Check whether power LED indicator on the front of the Asus router is lit.
  • Also, check if LED corresponding to 2.4GHz/5GHz wifi bands flashes, indicating proper network.
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  • Make sure that the LED depicting successful connections at WAN Port and LAN Port are on.
  • In case, the Power LED indicator and the Wi-Fi network corresponding LED indicator are not flashing, you will have to reset your Asus wireless routers.
  1. Ensure the WAN settings applied are correct.
  2. Also, Check if your Asus router’s wireless network name (SSID) and the password settings of your Asus router are entered correct.
  3. Certain yourself that all devices connected to the router via wired Ethernet (RJ45) network Cable are able to access internet successfully, but, if not, Check if the required details of your Internet Service Provider (ISP) are input correct.

Asus Router Login not Working

Sometimes you face Asus router login not working enter to ASUS Router WEB GUI via the username and the password input, try to address the issue using these steps ahead:

  1. Asus router reset: try resetting your Asus router if you are unable to login to WEB GUI by your username and password or you forgot username and password.
  • To reset, press and hold the RESET button on your Asus router for almost 5-10 seconds till you see the power LED indicator flashes.
  • Hold off the reset button which makes the LED lights turn off. Only the power LED light will be on at this time.
  • The router will be restarting.
  • Once the Asus wireless router reboots, allow the LED lights to turn on again.
  • Try Asus router login following access to router.asus.com using the default Asus login details.
  1. Make use of the bundled network Ethernet cable to affix connections between your computer and Asus wireless router at LAN ports. After securing connections, access the webpage to key in router.asus.com for Asus router login.
  2. Make sure you successfully launched Quick Internet Setup (QIS) for Asus router setup.
  3. Ensure you entered correct internet network settings provided by Internet Service Provider (ISP) during Asus router setup.
  4. Check if you setup your wireless network name (SSID) as well wireless network password during router configuration after router.asus.com Asus router setup.

Change Asus router login username and password

The Asus router login details are required to enter the web GUI or interface of the Asus routers via router.asus.com login or LAN IP login. As the routers are pre-set with default login settings, they are accessible to any unwanted users easily. Therefore, to secure your Asus router, you must change the Asus router login information from default to some secure settings.

To change Asus router login details:

  • Open web gateway/browser on your connected operating computer or other device.
  • Enter router.asus.com LAN address for Asus login in the address field.
  • If router.asus.com is not working, type in Asus router’s LAN IP addresses 192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.1.1 instead.
  • The Asus router login page will auto-launch after router.asus.com or IP login.
  • Key in the default Asus router login username as well as password in the respective fields on the Asus login page.
  • Input the default username and password as “admin” in lowercase letters in both fields, as it is same.

The admin as username and password applies if you have not changed default password after initial Asus router setup.

  • You will enter the Asus router setting page (ASUSWRT) and configure the settings of your ASUS Wireless Router.
  • Click on Advanced Settings option on the Asus router web interface.
  • Select the Administration beneath the advanced.
  • Select the System tab to make changes to the Asus router login credentials.
  • Enter the Asus Router Login Nameand create a new Asus router login Password.
  • Confirm the new Asus router login password by retyping it in the New Password field.
  • Apply the changed Asus router login password.

Secure Asus router wireless network

You must secure your Asus router wireless network access from any unauthorized users to use your internet. You can do this by changing the wireless network settings and enabling wireless security as explained here using router.asus.com login to enter the wireless settings page:

 

  • Open web gateway/browser on your connected operating computer or other device.
  • Enter router.asus.com LAN address for Asus login in the address field.
  • If router.asus.com is not working, type in Asus router’s LAN IP addresses 192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.1.1 instead.
  • The Asus router login page will auto-launch after router.asus.com or IP login.
  • Key in the default Asus router login username as well as password in the respective fields on the Asus login page.
  • Input the default username and password as “admin” in lowercase letters in both fields, as it is same.
  • When you reach the Asus router’s web GUI, access General settings.
  • Select the Network Map option which displays Wi-Fi network details on right of the page.
  • Under the system status option, wireless settings are displayed.
  • In the field of Authentication Method, select WPA2-Personal as wireless security.
  • Also, allow WEP encryption for securing your Asus router,
  • Under WPA – PSK key field, enter new created security key/password.
  • Apply the changes to wireless network.
  • You have finally secured your Asus router wireless network.

After changing your Asus router’s wireless network settings, all your connected devices will disconnect from your router’s Wi-Fi . You must reconnect all your wireless devices to the Asus routers secured wireless network.

Note:- If your Asus wireless router is dual-band model, you will have to repeat al the above steps for both 2.4 and a 5 GHz network separately as each of the network band may be controlled individually. Also, you must assign different wireless network names for each band.