This article will explain the Ubee router login steps using the default router IP address, and the default username and password.
You don’t need any special tech skills and knowledge to access the router settings. However, if want to set up a custom network name and protect that same network with a password it is good to know how to access the Ubee router settings. Of course, there are many other things you can but keeping your router and network secure is one of the most important ones.
So, let’s see what you need to do before you try to login to the Ubee router.
What You Need:
- Ubee wireless router
- Laptop or desktop computer, tablet or a smartphone
- Access to the network
How to login to Ubee router?
If you have checked that the three requirements mentioned above are met you can continue.
STEP 1: Connect the device to the network
Make sure that your laptop or desktop computer, tablet or a smartphone is connected to the network either wirelessly or via the network cable.
It is highly recommended to use the wired connection if your device can handle it because it is more stable and you won’t be logged out of the router web interface.
STEP 2: Open the web browser on the device and go to the Ubee router IP address
Depending on the router model Ubee uses two different IP addresses, so try any of them to login to your Ubee router.
After you launch the web browser installed on your device, type the Ubee router default IP address in the browser’s address bar.
If one of these IP addresses doesn’t work, the other will if they haven’t been changed by the Internet Service Provider.
Alternatively, you can find the Ubee login IP address on your own by following this guide.
On some Ubee routers, when you enter the correct IP address you will see the login page with a Login button on the top right. After you click on it you will be asked to enter the default login credentials.
STEP 3: Enter the default Ubee router login details
Ubee generally uses the following username and password:
Default username: admin or user
Default password: user or you can also check the device label on the router with the login details.
When you type the default username and password you will be taken to the Ubee control panel.
STEP 4: You can now use the Ubee web interface
If the IP address, username and password were correct you will now see the Ubee router user interface.
Now you can:
- Change the default Ubee router password
- Change the default router IP address
- Change the wireless network name (SSID)
- Protect your WiFi network with a strong and unique password
- Set up port forwarding
- Enable or disable firewall
… and so on
Please note that all the changes we have mentioned now, except the port forwarding, are all necessary to be applied in order to have a well-protected home network.
Check these things if the Ubee router login fails
In case you don’t know or you forgot the password to the Ubee router, there are several things you need to check before the last solution to this problem.
- If you have changed the password before, use the new login details.
- The password is Case Sensitive so make sure you are typing it correctly.
- Are you typing the username correctly?
If you haven’t changed the default password, and the ones we have provided don’t work, you will need to reset the Ubee router to factory settings.
How to Reset my Ubee router to factory settings?
The factory reset process is pretty much the same in all routers.
In order to do this, you need to make sure the Ubee router is turned on.
Locate the Factory reset button, press it and hold it for about 15-20 seconds until the device restarts automatically.
Wait for the device to boot up again and wait for the LED lights to become stable again.
Now you should try to access the router settings using the default login IP, username and password.
When you reset the router to factory settings this will affect all the settings that have been changed in the meantime, like the network name, the wireless password, port forwarding and so on. Of course, in case you set up a new SSID (network name) or a wireless password, you will need to reconnect or update the password on all the devices previously connected to the network.
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