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The following article provides a full guide to how to login to the Belkin Router and change its default user name and password.
Place your router in a highly ventilated location. Connect the AC power adapter to the back of the router. Switch on the router, if it does not have a switch on button, wait for a few seconds, it will switch on automatically.
Connect the ethernet cable to any of the four ports available on the backside of the modem. Connect the one end of the ethernet cable to the modem and the other end to your device.
Verify and make sure all the connections have been properly made.
Restart your device and check if the router has been activated.
While logging into Belkin Router settings, make sure you are connected to the Belkin network either through wireless connection or through the ethernet connection.
Go to the IP address 192.168.2.1 to log in to the Belkin router setup page. The IP address may vary according to your
After visiting the IP address, you’ll see a login page on the screen, enter the default username and password for the Belkin router that is ‘admin’.
To change the default username and password for the Belkin router, follow these simple steps.
Visit your web browser and type in the IP address 192.168.2.1. While navigating to the given IP address, make sure you are connected to the Belkin network.
You will see a login page on your screen, enter your default Belkin credentials that is ‘admin’.
Once you have logged in, go to the security settings on the left corner of the web based setup page.
In the security settings, you will see an option of ‘passphrase’. Enter the new router password and click on ‘apply’ for the changes to take place.
To reset your Belkin router, you can follow two approaches; through the ‘reset’ button or through User Interface.
To restore the default factory settings on your Belkin router through the ‘reset’ button, follow the given procedure.
The reset button is located at the back of your router and looks like a pinhole.
Once, you have located the reset button, push and hold it for a few seconds with the help of a pin or something pointed and then release it.
When you push the reset button, you will see a light flashing, when that light becomes stable that means your Belkin router has been restored to its default factory settings.
Another approach to reset the router settings is through ‘web interface’.
While making these changes to your router, make sure you are connected to the Belkin router and you have a stable internet connection.
To reset your Belkin router, you can follow two approaches, either through reset button or through the web interface.
Restore default settings using Reset Button
Restore default settings using the web interface