Reset instructions, settings and manuals for Cisco routersGo to router list below
How to reset Cisco routers
If your Cisco router is not responding and a reboot doesn’t help, we have the specific
each model listed below. And if that doesn’t work you can always try to
perform the 30 30 30 reset on your Cisco router
to see if that helps.
The list of models with instructions can be found below.
Note: A reset might not always be necessary and a simple reboot might suffice.
Cisco router login and password
What are the default usernames and password for accessing Cisco routers? The best way to find out
look for your specific model below. Another way to find the Cisco router login and password is to
most common one for Cisco routers, that we’ve extracted from our data:
most common username: - (57%) most common password: - (57%) most common network name: tsunami (2%)
Note: if you’ve changed the default username and password, which you should do for security reasons, the router needs to be reset before you can access it with the Cisco default username and password. The same applies for the SSID (Network name)
Default Cisco router ip address
The most common router ip address settings for Cisco units are as follows (extracted from all the
models we have data on).
The following IP address is the most common to
login to Cisco routers
Note that this still differs between Cisco models and to be sure that you are trying to reach the correct ip check your specific model from the list below. If you have changed the default router IP you will have to reset your router in order to be able to access it there.
User manuals for Cisco routers
If you are unsure about how to perform some settings you can check the user manuals for your Cisco router, just find your specific router from the list below and you’ll also find the manuals for that model. We are constantly trying to enlarge our manual library for Cisco routers to ensure that you can find what you need. If some specific model is missing the manual, feel free to contact us and ask for it.
Which specific Cisco model do you have?
To identify which Cisco router model you have, you’ll need to check the label of the router. This label, containing the specific model, is usually found on the back of the router or under it. The label usually contains the “MODEL” label followed by the model number. If you want the really specific version of your router the “P/N” number should include more information. When you have the number enter it below to filter and find your model.
Cisco router list
Find your router in the list below to get the specific instructions and settings. Just
follow the instructions on the page.
Included on all the pages are also the default settings, such as passwords and IPs so that you can
access your network and configure it to your needs.
Tip: Press ctrl+f (or cmd+f on Mac) to quickly search for your model number.