ATT routers are one of the best selling routers in the market. They provide good connectivity to multiple devices connected to them. Logging in to your ATT router is simple. Setting up the device yourself is much more convenient and straight forward rather than waiting for a technician to arrive for every single issue or work that needs to be done. You may be wondering that one requires prior technical knowledge to do so. But ATT router setup is a simple process that can be done without assistance. When you are finalizing the request for services of ATT router, you can opt for self installation. Pick up you router or get it delivered. The following are the instructions on how to access ATT router. You must know ATT router default IP address and other details to login to your router. These details are mentioned in the manual you must have received with the router. You can also look at the back of the router, the default credentials are mentioned there on a sticker for east access or in case you misplace the router manual.
Steps to login to ATT router:
- Ensure that you are connected to your ATT router. Go to a device connected to the router.
- Open your web browser and type 192.168.0.1. This is the default IP address of the router.
- Now, enter the username and password for your ATT router.
- ATT router access codes in default settings are - password : admin username : admin
- Log in to your router and change the settings as you require.
After navigating to settings, you must change the username and default password of the router for better security. Check for latest updates and update the firmware. Some of the ATT routers also provide you with UPnP feature. To enable this feature launch a web browser from your computer or mobile which is connected to your router? Enter the router name and password if not changed, enter the default name and password to log in. select Advanced and then click on Advanced setup and then your UPnP on ATT router setting would be enabled. The final step would be to select the UPnP checkbox and you are all set to go. It assumes local programs and trustworthy and allows them to forward ports. There’s no right choice as to whether you should keep this feature on or off.