Router ClearAccess Default Login - Username, Password and IP Address

Detected IP Address For ClearAccess 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 ClearAccess router

A router is a device that has to offer services such as data transfer and network security. A ClearAccess router provides such services with the IP and Username/Password set produced with it. A user can look for this data in the guidebook that comes with the router or use the below quick guide as help gaining services from your router.

Login steps of the ClearAccess router

A router’s web interface of the admin panel can be accessed with the necessities such as:

A computer/laptop with at-least a web browser and the ClearAccess router itself.

  1. Setup a connection between the router and computer using Wi-Fi or cables. A wired connection is preferred so that the router does not lose its connection in between.
  2. Using a web browser (Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer) navigate to the router’s default IP address of the sign-in interface.

You can use the default IP or when this does not takes you to the login interface, then try to locate the correct IP from the router model or the user manual received.

  1. Enter the Username and Password.

The default credentials are admin for both username and password fields. Use this for first-hand user login.

  1. The next page opened will be the control panel of your ClearAccess router.

Note: Reset the settings as fitting to the needs but write down all the previously set default values at any places with you before making any changes.

What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration

CLEARACCESS router troubleshooting

When the login password or the username is disremembered, then the login access to the router’s admin panel is forbidden and hence its services may stop as well. In that case, the final available solution to regain the services would be to reset the router.

There is a small button at the router’s bottom or backside. Pressing this button for approximately 30 seconds will reset the router with all the default setting values and credentials. However, reset must be opted as a final solution as it may tend to terminate the communication link.

For all the other router related troubleshooting, you must try to revert the settings with the previously noted values.

Get connected

Sometimes using an incorrect IP will not allow us to reach the login page and hence access the router services. To deal with this, a user must look for the correct details mentioned on the router (Backside or Bottom) or use the router brand name and/or model to get the correct details.


Periodically, log in and revise the user pass keys of your router's network to defend against possible hacking. Also when necessitated, take the help of the manual or somebody with knowledge for any solution.

Models using ClearAccess