To setup the Linksys Router Troubleshooting 192.168.1.1 is the only IP that can be used. Surf the IP on a browser but if it doesn’t open ensure the router is properly reset and connected to the laptop.
For troubleshooting reset the router again, press the reset button for 30 seconds. After reset connects the router with the laptop wired or wirelessly and hit the IP again. If it still doesn’t open try changing the browser.
Linksys Router Troubleshooting page is used to access the different settings of the router like checking the connected devices, wifi names, wifi password, guest network, etc. The router page can be accessed using the router IP. Once router IP is hit on the browser it asks for username and password and after successful authentication, all settings can be accessed. But if it doesn’t show the router page, check this:
If you are unable to connect to the router or extender wifi network even using the correct password, these could be the reasons:
Internet on a router depends on modem internet, before trying anything else make sure modem has the active internet, this can be confirmed from ISP as well. If the modem has the internet but the router shows “No Internet” try these tricks:
It’s always recommended to memorize wifi password or save it at some secure place. If the wifi network password is forgotten then this can be changed from the router page.
On the router page go into the wireless settings and the password for the wifi networks can be changed, once the new password is entered, save the settings and now connect to the wifi using the new password.
For router login password try the word “admin” and leave username blank, if it doesn’t work then reset is the only option. Reset the router and setup again.
Extender.linksys.com is used to setup the Linksys router. If it doesn’t work check following things:
WPS is the easiest way to setup the extender with a router. If after pressing the WPS on both the devices they don’t connect it may be WPS is disabled from the router settings.
To enable it, open router settings and look for the WPS option, enable it from there or try online WPS from the router page and press the physical WPS button present on the extender.
It may be router doesn’t support the WPS feature in such a case setup the extender using the Web-based setup method.
Like the router page, the extender page also consists of all the settings, if the page is not accessible try the following fixes.