Fix Netgear Router Won't Login issue
- Netgear Router Won't Let Me Login
To resolve Netgear Router Won't Log in issue, proceed with the instructions given on this web page. Initially, check if your computer is connected to the Netgear router’s network.
Web browser proxies:
Internet Explorer - Open the Internet Explorer web browser, go to the Tools menu, and choose the Internet Options option.
- ‘Use a proxy server for your LAN’ option.Click the LAN Settings option and remove the checkmark beside the
This will remove the proxies from the Internet Explorer web browser.
Safari - Go to the Safari web browser and click the Tools option, followed by the Internet Options option.
Select Delete Files -> Delete all offline content and click the OK option.
If the Netgear Router Won't Login
persists, try to access the Netgear router’s web page from a different web browser.
Web browser cache:
- Clear Browsing Data option.
Google Chrome - Go to the Chrome browser’s menu and choose the More Tools option, followed by the
Select a time to delete the browsing data from the drop-down menu.
Select the checkbox next to both the ‘Cookies and other site data’ and ‘Cached images and files’ options and click the Clear Data option.
Safari - Launch the Safari web browser on your computer and click the History option followed by the Clear History option.
- time range to clear the cache of the Safari web browser.
If the Netgear router still does not allow you the access, perform a factory reset.
- Netgear router and disconnect its power cord from the power source.
Turn off the
After a while, power up the Netgear router.
Check if you are using the correct IP address or URL to access the web-based setup page of the Netgear router.
Also, make sure the entered username and password are correct.
Check if the Power LED on the Netgear router is lit.
- Restore Factory Settings or Reset button on the rear side of the Netgear router.
Use a paper clip or similar needle-like objects to press the Restore Factory Settings or Reset button and hold it.
Once the Netgear router has been reset, access its web-based setup page using the default IP address, username, and password.
The default credentials for most of the models of the Netgear router are given here.
IP address - 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1
User name - admin
Password - password
After logging into the web-based setup page of the Netgear router, go to the Advanced tab and select the Router Update option, followed by the Check option.
If the firmware update is available, select the Yes option.
This will help to avoid further Netgear Router Won't Login issues.