If you forget your router username and password after changing its default username and password, then you are in the right place. Using some secure methods, you can recover your router credentials.
First, look at the back of your router to know about your router default username and password. You can get your router default username and password from here.
If you have already changed your router user and password and forget it, then a simple way is to reset your router settings to its default. If you reset your router settings to its factory settings, then your router default login and password will be restored.
How To Reset Router Settings to its factory settings
You can reset your router to its factory settings by pressing a tiny reset button on your router. It’s a little tricky to find it. To push it, you will need some thin things like nib, pin, or matchstick to press it down for 10 to 15 seconds.
After pressing it for 10 to 15 seconds, again put your default credentials.
Advance Method By Using UPnP
For beginners, this is a little tricky and sophisticated solution to implement. There is an option of forwarding ports without requiring knowledge of the password. Most of the routers will allow applications to open ports through the router to give you access. Required ports can be automatically open if you have a UPnP-enabled router. UPnP PortMapper is used to forward your chosen router.