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Aruba Networks Default Password, Username & IP List

Info updated April 12, 2019

The majority of Aruba Networks routers have a default username of -, a default password of -, and the default IP address of None.

These Aruba Networks credentials are needed when doing a login to the Aruba Networks router's web interface to change any settings.
Since some of the models don't follow the standards, you can see those in the table below.

Below the table are also instructions on what to do incase you forget your Aruba Networks router password, need to reset your Aruba Networks router to its factory default password, or the password reset doesn't work.

Tip: Press ctrl+f (or cmd+f on Mac) to quickly search for your model number.

Aruba Networks default Password List (Valid April 2019)

Model Default Username Default Password Default IP address
RAP-155 (APINR155)
RAP-155 (APINR155) default factory settings
admin admin -
RAP-3WNP
RAP-3WNP default factory settings
admin admin -


Instructions and common questions

Forgot your Aruba Networks router password?

Have you changed the username and/or password of your Aruba Networks router and forgotten what you changed it to?
Don't worry: all Aruba Networks routers come with a default factory set password that you can revert to by following the instructions below.

Reset Aruba Networks router to default password

If you decide to revert your Aruba Networks router to it's factory defaults, you should do the 30-30-30 reset as follows:

  1. When your Aruba Networks router is powered on, press and hold the reset button for 30 seconds.
  2. While still holding the reset button pressed, unplug the power of the router and hold the reset button for another 30 seconds
  3. While still holding the reset button down, turn on the power to the unit again and hold for another 30 seconds.

Your Aruba Networks router should now be reset to its brand new factory settings, Check the table to see what those are (Most likely None/None).
If the factory reset didn't work, check out the Aruba Networks 30 30 30 factory reset guide .
Important: Remember to change the default username and password to increase the security of your router after the factory reset, as the default passwords are available all over the web (like here).

I still can't access my Aruba Networks router with the default password

Make sure that you have followed the reset instructions correctly as the Aruba Networks routers should always rever to their factory default settings when reset.
Otherwise, there is always the risk that your router is damaged and might need to be repaired or replaced.