CNet Router Login
CNet are private routers that can be used only within a private network. An IP address is identification for the devices logged in using the CNet router.
Username and passwords for CNet
By default, your CNet router will have a username and password. You can change this later if needed. In case you need to make any changes to the router settings you need to know these credentials. The default username and passwords for your CNet router can simply be looked up online.
Similar to other router brands like TP-Link and Linksys, CNet also uses the IP login credentials as a gateway portal. Router admin access is created by firms to enable network administrators to make changes to the networks and routers. By configuring routers and networks this way one can manage Proxy, LAN, WAN, WLAN, DSL, ADSL and Network management settings.
How to Login to CNet?
- Add the IP address of your CNet router in the internet browser’s address bar.
- Now you will enter the user login panel
- Type your username and password
- Now you will gain access to the router admin panel
If you cannot recall your username and password for the router do not worry. If you have not changed the default credentials you can simply get the username and password online or it will be available at the label on the back of the router sometimes as well.
What Should I do If I Have Forgotten the Login Credentials of My Router?
If you have not changed the credentials then it is very simple as you can simply get the default credentials online.
But if you do not use the default credentials and cannot recall the username and password then you need to factory reset your router. Use a sharp object and press on the router reset button for about 20 seconds at a stretch and then your router will restart. Now enter the default credentials to login and access the admin panel.