Do you want to manage your home network settings? Do you want to change your WiFi name or password? Well, to do that, and much more, you have to know the Globe At Home login username and password. The default router IP address and these login details will allow you to access and modify the router settings.
In the next few paragraphs we are going to explain the exact steps needed to login to your Globe at Home router. But first let’s see what we need to do this quickly and easily.
- What You Need:
- What Are The Globe At Home Login Details?
- How to Login To Your Globe At Home Router?
- How To Change The Globe At Home WiFi Name And Password?
- Final Words
What You Need:
- Globe at Home router
- Computer, tablet or smartphone
- Wired or wireless access to the network
- Globe at Home router IP, admin username and password
What Are The Globe At Home Login Details?
In order to access the router, you need to know its default IP address and the admin login details. You can use the default login details or the custom ones, if the defaults have been changed in the past.
The default Globe at home login details are:
- Default IP: 192.168.254.254
- Default Username: user
- Default Password: @l03e1t3
If you have connected your device to the network and you know the login IP, username and password, the rest of the login process should be pretty simple and straightforward.
How to Login To Your Globe At Home Router?
Let us explain each step and in a few minutes, you should see the admin dashboard and all the available settings.
STEP 1 – Connect The Device
You have to connect your device to the network in order to access the router settings. You can do it using the WiFI connection or the network cable. Without the connection, you won’t be able to access the router settings. So, after you do that, you can continue to the next step.
STEP 2 – Launch A Web Browser On The Device
In order to see the router’s web-based GUI or the admin dashboard, you need to use a web browser. So, launch the one you already have on your device. It doesn’t matter which one you will use, just make sure it’s up-to-date. Also, if one causes problems, try another one. However, we are pretty sure that Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox won’t cause any troubles.
STEP 3 – Enter The Globe At Home Default IP In The URL Bar
After you launch the web browser, type the default IP in the browser’s URL bar. If the IP address is the right one, you will see a page with some network details on it. Now look at the top-right of the screen and you will see a login button. When you click on it a page will appear asking you to enter a username and a password.
However, if this doesn’t happen, you can check what your router’s default IP is by following the instructions given in this guide.
STEP 4 – Enter The Globe At Home Admin Username And Password
In the Globe at Home login page enter the requested admin username and password. We have mentioned them above. They are case-sensitive so be careful when you type them.
After you enter these, hit the enter key on the keyboard. If you receive an error message like a wrong password or something, check the bottom of the router and see if there is a label with the default login details printed on it. If there is, use that login details. Also, if you have changed these before, use the custom ones.
STEP 5 – Start Configuring Your Router Settings
After you click the Login button, you should see the admin dashboard. You will see that the settings are ordered into categories so feel free to browse through the menus. It will be very easy to find the settings you want to change.
In most cases, we want to change the WiFi network name and password first. The router comes with a default WiFi name and password and it is important to change these as soon as possible.
So, let’s see how to do that.
How To Change The Globe At Home WiFi Name And Password?
Having a unique WiFi network name is something everyone wants. You can choose a funny or a cool one, but make sure not to make it too personal. Not everyone needs to know that you are a Globe at Home subscriber or your personal name or something similar.
So, when you access the router settings successfully, if this is the first time you are accessing the settings you will have to click to agree on some pages and then you will be offered to change the default network name and password.
Simply enter the desired network name and password and click Next.
When you create your WiFi password make sure it is strong and unique. It should be at least 8 characters long, 12 is preferred. And it should be a combination of small and capital letters and numbers.
When you click Next you will be offered to change the admin login password into something unique. You can also choose it to be the same as your WiFi password but we don’t recommend this. Changing the default admin password is important in order to prevent unauthorized access to the router settings
So, change this password as well, but make sure to save it somewhere for future use.
Click Finish when you are done.
If you have connected any devices to the default network earlier, you will need to connect them to the new one with the new login details.
NOTE: If you have already accessed the router settings and changed the network name and password, you will find these settings again in the Network >> WLAN Settings >> Advanced. Just fill in the required fields and save the settings and you are done.
IMPORTANT: If you decide to change the admin password and you forget it later, you will need to reset the router to factory defaults. After that you will be able to login with the default login details.
With the correct login details you won’t have any problems accessing the router settings and making these small changes. However, although they are simple they represent a significant security improvement, so make sure to apply them as soon as possible.
The first time you try to login to your Globe at Home router may seem not so easy, but it really is. You will see it the next time you want to access the router settings.
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