Router CC C Default Login - Username, Password and IP Address

Detected IP Address For CC C Login Admin

Based on your local IP address, this should be your router admin IP address. This is only the case if you are in the same network as your wifi router.

How to access CC C router

A CC&C router provides a wide range of data storage and movement products to the users. The data movement services can be achieved with the Unique IP and login credentials which can be found prescribed in the user manual of your router.

However, if the guide is missing or you find it difficult to locate the details, then follow the below guide for quick help.

Login process of CC&C router

To access the CC&C router admin panel, your computer/laptop must be first connected to the router. Hence get your device connected to the router.

It is good to get connected through a wired link so that if the router loses its power due to any reason, the data is not lost.

Follow the below steps to assist you in the login interface after you get connected.

  1. Use a web browser that is available with you (Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer).
  2. Mention the IP

Navigate to the IP by mentioning it in the address bar of the browser. You can use the default IP as for your CC&C router or look for the correct IP the router make and model.

  1. State the Username and Password on the login page.

If the username and password are not available with you or you are a new user, then try the default credentials both username and password as admin.

  1. You will be guided to the router’s admin panel and will now be able to modify the router defaults.

Recommendation: Router’s default must be written well in advance by a user so that they can be reset later at any stage.

What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration

CC&C Router defaults list

The major requirement to trace the router admin panel web interface is its IP address. Below are some of the commonly used IPs.


CC&C router troubleshooting

Login can be accessed using the above default IPs, but a valid username and password are also what you need.

If you do not have the correct credentials, then you can recover it by resetting the router. You need to press and hold the reset button at the backside of the router for 30 seconds. It will set the router to its defaults.

Doing this may interrupt the connection link hence you must keep a record of all the defaults with you before changing them.


It must be the final resolution to reset the router. However, if you can log in then, the first call would be to revert the settings with the previously noted defaults. You can also seek some expert advice if needed.

Models using CC C