Saturday, 30 January 2016

How to Set Up a Cisco Router

Have you invested in a new Cisco router? Do you want to learn how to set up a Cisco router? The following instructions will help you setup a Cisco router.



Cisco Router Default IP Address




In order to set up your Cisco router you need to connect with the Internal IP Address of the router with the help of a web browser. The default Cisco router IP address is 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1. In some cases, you can find the default IP address printed on the backside of your device. Or you can always Google the model name and number of Cisco router and find its default IP address.



Login into Cisco Router


After you enter the default IP address in a web browser, you will be asked to enter the default username and password. In most cases, the default username is kept blank and the password is admin. If this does not work, then the username will be admin and password is either kept blank or type admin/password.

You can check the default username and password in the instruction manual provided by Cisco or find it printed on the device.

How to find Wi-Fi  Password

Cisco Home Page





After you are successfully logged into the Cisco Home Page, you can change the following as per your needs:

  • Default router username and router password
  • Change the SSID or Wi-Fi username and wi-fi password
  • ISP username and password
  • Change any port forwards or any firewall settings
  • Change any other settings you wish to make your router more secure and safe

As you can see from the above instructions, setting up a Cisco router is very easy if you know the default IP address, username and password.

You may also like to read


How to Setup and Configure Your Wireless Router 

How To Configure Wireless Router Using 192.168.0.1

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