Linksys Router Password:
Linksys router defualt settings differ slightly from model to model, but once you know how Linksys keeps things simple you'll be logged in within a few trys.
The important thing is to understand why you need to change the default settings to something unique, and just who might be trying to gain unwanted access.
The first and most probable point of entry, is having direct local access to the router itself meaning being one of the computers behind the routers firewall and on the local network.
If you have setup Mac Address Filtering or other special features for your wireless home network, you just dont want anyone in there making changes without your knowledge.
The second method would be by remote management access, meaning the router can be accessed from outside the routers firewall from anywhere in the world via the Internet.
In this example we'll be showing the setup and configuration menus from the Linksys E1000 wireless router.
Lets get started by changing your Linksys router default password to something that will make you sleep a little bit more soundly at night.
HTTP://192.168.1.1 and press the "Enter" key.
If the router login box does not appear in the center of your screen, then try these possible username and password combinations for most Linksys routers.
|Default Username||Default Password|
If you have previously changed the default linksys router password, and cannot locate it. You can perform a Linksys Router Reset to set your router back to factory settings. WARNING: all your configuration information will be lost, and will have to be setup all over again. Click Here to reset your Linksys router to factory settings.
You should now have access into your linksys router main setup screen.
To create a strong password that is extremely hard to break, even by the best password cracking software programs, use a combination of upper and lower case letters with several numbers passed the eighth digit.
Thats all there is to it, you now have a more secure Linksys router password.