How do i log into my linksys router?

I can't access Linksys wireless B router (model BEFW11S4) web-based setup page. When I browse to the default IP address,, “page not found” message displays on the screen. In fact, the hardware reset button does nothing. The setup CD is also clueless, claiming it can't find the Linksys router. I have also checked the IP address and default gateway using IP config, and both of them results nothing. Any ideas, how can I log in to Linksys router web-based setup page?

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These may be potential reasons responsible for login issues in Linksys router -

  1. If cable connections are not set up properly.
  2. If Linksys router is not providing you a valid IP address.
  3. If you have entered incorrect Linksys router’s IP address in the address bar.
  4. If you have used incorrect login details while login to the setup page.
  5. If there exist any kind of browser issues.
  6. If your Linksys router is defective.

Let’s have a look at the simplest way to log into Linksys router -

  • First and foremost, you have to connect your computer to the network.
  • In the next step, launch your default web browser and then type “” in the address bar. By doing this, you are redirected to Linksys router’s web-based setup page.
  • Next, in the labeled fields, you have to enter the username. If you didn’t modify username from the factory default then don’t enter anything in the same field box.
  • Now, enter the accurate password in the labeled field. If you didn’t modify your password from the factory defaults then enter “admin”. Then hit a click on Login button.

That’s all. Hope, now you will understand how you can login into Linksys router. If you have any confusion or doubt regarding above steps then comment here, I will definitely help to clear out the issue.

How do i log into my linksys router?

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