Tenda Default Login – IP Address, Username and Password
Default IP for Tenda
Pick the correct IP Address based on your local IP Address from the above list and click Admin. You should be redirected to your router admin interface.
Default Logins for Tenda
Requirements to Access Tenda Router
First, you need a network connection through LAN or Wi-Fi to log on to the Tenda console. You will need a computing device such as a mobile, computer or tablet to access the console. You will also need a browser to access the web interface.
Tenda Login Steps
You can do Tenda Wi-Fi login in the following manner to change the settings of your router.
💡 Your first step is that you must be connected to the network. You can get a connection either through a LAN (which doesn’t need credentials) or through Wi-Fi (which needs username and password). If you’re not able to connect to your network, you’ll not be able to access any function on it. You can make use of a remote VPN to access your Tenda router from a remote location.
💡 You need to access Tenda login IP after establishing a connection to the network. Typically every router brand has its IP address, but most of the router accept 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 as a default gateway. If it is not your Tenda router IP address, you can also try 192.168.2.1. It would be best if you typed https://192.168.0.1 into your browser, and you will be directed toward the Tenda login page. If you forgot your router IP address, then you can get it through command prompt ‘ipconfig’ from the documentation or from under the default gateway section.
💡 You can leave the space for username and password black and click on submit to access the control panel. But in case it does not work, then you can use admin as a username and password. However, you have changed your routers default username and password to something new; you may need to reset your router. And to reset your router, you’ll need to press the reset button for 30 seconds and try the default credentials. After resetting the router, you should change your routers default credentials to something healthy for the sake of security so that no one else can access your router and play with your network configuration.
💡 Once you logged on to your Tenda router, you can change the settings of your router easily. You can set up your network according to your choice. You will get a control panel with several options.
Some of the settings you can configure are:
📍 Set up a new Wi-Fi name or password
📍 You can set up a static IP for your router.
📍 Open the ports for specific communication
📍 Set up a firewall.
You can set your router settings to default ones if the ones previously set do not work anymore. Always write down settings when you change previous settings because one wrong setting can stop working. This way, you will be able to prevent any wrong outcome.
Troubleshooting Tenda Router
Sometimes when you change the settings of your router, your router stops working. In this case, you can quickly revert your settings if you noted down the values before making any changes to the settings. And if you are unable to revert the settings of your router, then you can reset your router to its default settings.
You can do a hard reset by pressing the reset button for 30 seconds. The reset button will be tiny and can be press by any fragile thing like a needle or pin etc. After restoring the router and can access your router by using default credentials. After that, you should change the default credentials to some strong password for security purposes.