How to Recover router account and password?

Many people have forgotten the username and password of the router. Others don't even know that the default login for routers. If you have the same trouble, don't worry. There are several different options that you can try:

1.) Use the default username and password of the router

This may be the simplest and most reliable solution. All routers carry documentation, or, most commonly, the router itself has its label. The default username and password are usually located on the back of the router or under the router.

2.) Find the default username and password

If you cannot find the router's label or information of the default login document, search for your router in the drop-down list below. By looking up your router serial number or model number, you can find the default login details through our database or the manufacturer's website.

3.) Find your own router's brand and model number from the list of router brands on this site; there will be detailed information about the router.

4.) Factory reset

If you have forgotten the changed password or username, you can reset the router. The default login and password will be restored by restoring the device to its original manufacturer settings. The reset button on most routers is tiny and difficult to find. It would help if you had a sim-eject tool or paper clip to push it for about 15 seconds.

5.) Port forwarding without password

With Universal Plug and Play (UPnP), you can also forward ports without knowing the password. Many routers will allow applications to open ports through the router. If you have a UPnP-enabled router, it will automatically open the required ports. To forward the chosen ports, you can use UPnP PortMapper. This is a more complex solution than other solutions and may be difficult for beginners to implement.

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