ASUS Router IP and Login Instructions

To login and configure your ASUS router you will need 2 things:

  1. IP address of your ASUS router
  2. Username and password

This guide will show you how to aqcuire both, and how to use them for logging in to your router.

Step 1: Find out your ASUS router's IP

First we will need to figure out the IP address of your router.

Here you have 4 easy options. There are also harder ways, but why bother with those?

a) Use our web tool while connected to your router

The far easiest way, provided that you have access to connect to the network of the router, is to go over to our automatic tool page and it will find your ASUS router's IP in a jiff.

Auto find IP address

b) Try the most commmon default IPs for ASUS

Comparing all ASUS models, these are the most common default IP addresses:


c) Try the most commonly reported IPs for ASUS

15164 users of our tool have reported the IP addresses for their ASUS routers and here is the summary of the most common addresses.

IP address Reports % 5964 39.3 2088 13.8 1686 11.1 1468 9.7 770 5.1 699 4.6

d) Lookup the defaults for your sepcific model

In the next step where you can lookup the username and password for your specific ASUS model, you will also see the default IP address for that model.

Step 2: Find out the credentials (username & password) for your ASUS router

If you don't know the username and password to your router, you can find it out in the following way. This only works as long as you haven't changed the username and password previosly.

If you, or someone, has changed the default password and can't remember it, you might have to perform a reset of your router to get it back to the default values. See here how to reset your ASUS router here.

a) Check the sticker on your router

If you take a peek at the bottom or backside of your ASUS router you will see find a sticker. This sticker should have info about the username and password

b) Try the default settings

Following are the most common default settings for ASUS routers.

IP Address
SSID (Wifi name)

If these settings don't work, lookup your sepcific model instead.

c) ASUS model lookup

Start typing in the field below and we will show you the models. (minimum 3 characters)

Don't include "ASUS" in search query

Step 3: How to login to your ASUS router

Now when you have the router's IP address and also the credentials needed, it will be a piece of cake to login to your ASUS router.

1. Open your browser and navigate to the IP you figured out in Step 1

In the url field simply enter the IP address that you figured out.

Sometimes the browser can misinterpret the IP address and tries to search for it instead, to fix this you should add http:// in front of the IP before hitting enter.

ASUS router web interface login screen
ASUS router's login page. Yours might look different depending on your version and model.

2. Enter the username and password for your router

This is as easy as it sounds, simply enter the username and password for your router, and click login. If all goes well you will now be logged in to your ASUS router and can make the modifications you want.

ASUS router web interface
The web interface of a ASUS router. Yours might look different depending on your version and model.

Step 4: Configuring your ASUS router

Once you are logged in to your router you can make the modifications you want.

How to configure your ASUS router is out of the scope of this article, but we can recommend that you always jot down the previous settings on a paper, so that you can revert changes if things stop working.


We have now shown you how to do the following:

  • Find out the IP address of your router
  • Figure out the credentials to use
  • Login to the web interface of your router

If you have questions or comments, you can leave them in the comments section below.

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