- Brief Overview
- Before you login to your Smart RG router
- Smart RG Router Login Details: IP, username and password
- How to login to Smart RG Router?
- Do you have Smart RG Router Login Problems? Read this.
Do you want to protect your home network with a password or change the network name into something cooler? Learn the Smart RG Router Login steps first. It will help you secure your network, create a separate guest network for your guests, set up Parental controls and much more.
Before you login to your Smart RG router
In order to make the Smart RG router login easy and successful we need to make sure we have the following:
- A device to login to the Smart RG router like a tablet, smartphone or a computer.
- Access to the network where the Smart RG Router is, either over the Wi-Fi or the network cable.
- The router login details. The default IP, username and password or the custom ones in case the default login credentials have been changed.
After you make sure you have all of these the rest will be pretty simple and straightforward.
Smart RG Router Login Details: IP, username and password
The default Smart RG Router IP address is 192.168.1.1
You can also add /admin at the end to access the Smart RG router http://192.168.1.1/admin/
The Smart RG router admin username is: admin
The Smart RG router admin password is admin or w@terfalls
Although most people don’t do this, it is recommended to change the default admin password into something else. However, make sure to keep the new password written somewhere or you will have to reset your Smart RG router to factory settings if you forget it.
How to login to Smart RG Router?
Now, when we have everything, we need and the device is connected to the network, follow these steps:
STEP 1 – Launch your browser
Launch a browser that is installed on your device (tablet, smartphone or computer). This is required in order to login to your Smart RG router.
Please note that the browser should be updated. In some cases an obsolete browser may cause problems when you try to login.
STEP 2 – Type the router IP in the URL bar
Now enter the default Smart RG router IP 192.1681.1 in the URL bar and press the Enter button on the keyboard.
If the IP is correct, you will be asked to enter a username and password. In case the Smart RG router login window doesn’t show up, check whether 192.168.1.1 is the correct default IP. Follow this guide to find the router default IP.
STEP 3 – Enter the Smart RG router login details
When you type the correct default IP and hit the Enter button, you will be asked to enter a username and password.
Enter admin in the username field. In the password field try these admin or w@terfalls and click the OK/Sign in button.
STEP 4 – You can customize your Smart RG router settings now
After you click the OK button, you should see the Smart RG admin dashboard. Here you can change any of the settings mentioned earlier, like the wireless network name and password, the admin password, and more.
Please note that if you have changed the default login details you will need to login with the custom ones.
Do you have Smart RG Router Login Problems? Read this.
From time to time, it may happen that the Smart RG router login fails. If this happens to you check when the process fails.
For example, if you aren’t asked to enter a username and password after you enter the default IP these are the possible reasons:
- You are not connected to the network
- You have entered the wrong IP
- You have mistyped the IP address
- You have entered the IP in the search bar, not the URL bar.
On the other hand, if you don’t see the Smart RG admin dashboard after you enter the username and password and click the OK button, then check the following:
- You have typed the wrong password. Try the other one.
- You have mistyped the password. They are case sensitive so pay attention and enter it again.
- You have changed the default password and can’t remember now. You will have to reset the Smart RG router to factory settings.
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