How to access EE router
The best in class and the fastest 4G network is offered with your EE router. A faster and more reliable communication link can be established with some necessities such as IP and User credentials. Details of these can be looked into the user manual received with your router or else trace them below in this quick guide.
EE router Login process
To access your EE router’s admin panel, you must be aware of the default user credentials after which all the router settings can be accessed and modified. Follow the below steps to access the panel.
- Connect your router and your phone/computer/laptop to form a network. You can use a Wi-Fi or a wired link, but we recommend forming a wired connection.
- Assuming that you already have a web browser pre-installed in your device, type the default IP address for your router in the address bar of it. The most familiar IP is 192.168.1.1.
- You will be directed to the Login page. Now state the username and password set by you before or use the default when you are not aware of what to specify.
The default user credentials to be used are listed below.
Username: admin, printed on the base of the router
Password: printed on the base of the router
When the above steps are correctly followed, you will have access to the control panel allowing you to perform modification in it as required.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
When your router misbehaves after you perform an update to the settings, then you can resume proper functioning by resetting the router to default. All you need to do is as follows:
- Turn your router off and look for a reset key at its base or backside.
- Use a pin or a toothpick and push the reset key for 10 seconds.
- Then turn your router on to finish the reset process.
Now all your router settings will be at factory set values and you can use the default credentials to log in.
If you cannot traverse a path to your router’s login web interface, then undoubtedly you might be using the wrong user credentials. Look beneath your router for a KEEP ME tag which has all the absolute details for your router. You can also use the upper mentioned data to locate the web interface.
Your router must be well prepared to handle the data processing efficiently, you must use the username and password that is complex and unpredictable. Also, keep a record of all the factory-set values with you to resolve any issue related to the router’s functioning.