Router.asus.com not working or can’t access http://Router.asus.com?
If you are trying to access router.asus.com and you are unable to open it through your device web browser, then we would like to suggest you follow some basic troubleshooting steps which will help you to access www.router.asus.com easily. Sometimes you get a common error while accessing http://router.asus.com such as getting 404 Error, Security warning, page not loading, getting different search options, internet not connected, private network, not a security issue, login error, etc. You can access router.asus.com on any home device that is connected through wired or on wirelessly on your Amped wireless route but we recommend you use an only wired connection to avoid disconnectivity problem. By following troubleshooting steps one by one, you will easily log in to the Asus router login page. From the Asus router login page, you can control and manage your router settings such as Parental control, WiFi settings, etc.
Please read the important notes before trying to access the www.router.asus.com web page.
- Make sure that your device is connected to the Asus router home network.
- Use wired connection only to access the Asus router login page without any interruption.
- If your device is connected wirelessly, ensure that it should be in complete range.
- Always use an updated web browser of your wired or wireless device.
Basic Troubleshooting steps to access Router.asus.com and http://Router.asus.com
USE IP ADDRESS IN WEB ADDRESS BAR — If www.router.asus.com is not working, then you can access the web page of your router through the IP address of your router. The default IP address is 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.0.1 for all Asus wireless routers.
Try another Web browser — In case, you are still struggling to open it through a web address or IP address, please try to access it with different available updated internet browsers.
Unplug your WiFi router — Please power off your router by pressing the Power On/Off button on the router and then unplug your router from the power source for a minimum of two minutes. After two minutes, plug it back in and turn it on from the power button, now you will need to connect your device again and try again to access through www.router.asus.com or http://router.asus.com.
Plug out Ethernet Cable — You can follow this method only if you are trying to access the Asus router web interface through a wired device. Now you will need to unplug the Ethernet cable from your computer’s Ethernet port which is coming directly from the Asus router and also unplug the internet cable from the Asus router’s internet port which is coming directly from the ISP modem. After a few minutes, plug them back in order, then try to access the Asus router login page again.
Reset your router — If Asus router login is still not responding and you tried every possible step including changing internet browser, router power on/off, Use Ip Address then resetting your router is your last option but you need to reset your router very carefully. Please use the reset router option always as the last troubleshooting settings, because if the reset process is done incorrectly, it may damage your router. To reset your router properly, please locate the tiny hole on the back panel of your router, press, and hold it using a paperclip for 15 seconds. Release the reset button once all the light starts blinking on your ASUS wireless router, rebooting process usually takes two or three minutes and do not press any button on your in-between the reset process.
Once your router is reset and you get the internet connection back on your device, please open the web browser. In some cases, the web browser will directly redirect you to the router.asus.com page, in case your web browser did not redirect then type http://router.asus.com manually or you can enter 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar.
Hope these steps will help you to access the Asus router web interface.
By accessing the www.router.asus.com, you can manage the router wireless settings such as changing admin and WiFi password, Set up new wireless network names, Firmware updates, change channel ports, view connected devices information, block and access devices, manage parental control.
Common Issue while trying to access router.asus.com