Apache Router Login (Username & Password)
What is Apache?
Apache is a Private Router for use only inside of a Private Network. This device could be related with an IP Address, and other many devices. You are trying to find the login for your router? You are in the right place.
Router Username and Password List for Apache
You haven't changed your router's username and password? Good! The following list provides the Default Credentials. Click your router from the List:
Apache Router Admin Passwords and Login IP Apache is a Router like Linksys, TP-Link and other network brands use as an access point or gateway. Firms set up router admin access in this address to allow network administrators to configure their routers and networks. Concretely one can manage Security Options, Network Management, IP QoS, DNS, proxy, LAN, WAN, WLAN settings, DSL, ADSL, MAC, WPS block; amongst others.
How to login Apache Easily
Accessing your Router Admin through a Apache's IP Address will allow you to change the settings and configurations that your router software provides.
If it doesn't work, then Apache is not your Router Brand. Once you know your router's Brand, introduce corresponding IP Address in into your Browser Address Bar. You'll be directed to the user login panel. There introduce your router user and password.
If you forgot your username and password you can follow these instructions to recover them. If you haven't changed the default user and password that comes with the router you can consult our router default usernames and passwords list. Once you're in the router's admin panel you'll be able to modify and change all internet settings.
I forgot my router’s Username and Password for Apache :( What do I have to do?
You Never changed it? Try to find them in the list, otherwise to turn the router back to factory settings, you need to hold on the button for 10 seconds using a needle or toothpick then you will be able to find the defaults credentials for Apachein the list :)
Router Username and Password List
If you haven't changed your router's username and password. The following list provides the default credentials. Click your router from the list below:
How to find your router's IP address
If you're having issues accessing your router at Apache (long loading or not loading at all), your network might be using another addess such as 192.168.0.1, 10.0.0.1 or 192.168.2.1. In that case check our router IP address list. You can also read our tutorial on how to find your router's ip address for more help.