D-link Router Login
D-Link DIR-455U Router Login
With the below guide you can Login as Admin into D-Link DIR-455U Router.
Connecting your computer or Laptop by wire to your router. Or as an alternative use your wireless system.
Advice - It is advised for the connection to be done through a wire fixed to the D-Link DIR-455U router. This will stop you from dropping connection in the mid of the configuration / setting up activity.
With a web browser of your preference & enter the IP address of the DIR-455U router into the address box you will open the login display. You will locate the IP address on the backside of the router.
Now submit the default username as well as password of the router & you will be allowed to access the admin panel. If you don’t know what is the username or password so just search for any of the default ones for DIR-455U router with D-Link .
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
DIR-455U D-Link Router Support
If you encounter any troubles to logging into the DIR-455U router, then you are possibly using the incorrect username otherwise password. Remember to note the login info once you have done the reset.
Fail to recall Login Password? Go for the hard reset job. To do this, press & hold the black tiny key situated usually at the reverse of the router case for nearly 15 seconds. Doing this will reset the router to its factory defaults.
Login page of router not loading? If for specific reason the admin page fails to open, then ensure that the gadget you are using is fixed to the Wi-Fi. You may even search what is the exact IP address that has been set as default for the router.
In several cases troubles linked to loading of router login screen are linked to it having a unique IP from the one attempted to be loaded. In such situation, your system is most definitely using a special IP address. If that is the situation, reassessment the list of IP address router, & discover the accurate address. If you require any assistance, take a look at our tutorial on how to discover the router's IP address.