How do I log into my spectrum router?
Type http://192.168.1.1 in the address bar of your web browser and press Enter. Sign in using the username and password provided on the bottom of the WiFi router (under Router Login). If you don't have this information, please contact us. To update settings on the 2.4GHz band, select WiFi 2.4GHz.
Complete these steps:
- Open a web browser such as Internet Explorer.
- Go to the Address bar and enter the IP Address of your router then press Enter. For example, 192.168.15.1 is the default IP of most VOIP routers.
- A new window prompts for a User name and Password.
- Checking the local IP Address of your Linksys router
- On the Taskbar, click the search icon and enter "cmd".
- Click Command Prompt.
- In the Command Prompt window, enter "ipconfig/all" then press the [Enter] key.
- Look for your router's local IP Address by checking the Default Gateway section.
- In the Command Prompt window, enter “ipconfig/all” then press [Enter].
- Password locations: For WEP encryption, your current wireless password is located in the Key 1 field. For WPA/WPA2 encryption, your current wireless password is located in the Passphrase field.
- In the address bar, type 192.168.0.1 and press Enter. Select Change Wireless Password in the right hand menu. Or select Wireless settings, Setup or Wireless depending on your router type. Enter the default router settings username and password in lowercase.
To do so:
- Sign in to Spectrum.net.
- Select the Menu icon from the top left hand corner of the page and choose Manage Account. Then select Internet.
- Locate your router and select View Device Info.
- You'll see the network name for both 2.4GHz and 5GHz, as well as the password for each:
- Enable the WiFi feature on your mobile device. Select Spectrum WiFi from the list of available networks. Open a web browser to access the internet, then select Free WiFi Trial on the Sign In screen. Enter your name and the email address to which you'd like your access code delivered.
- Home WiFi refers to our solution that provides a private WiFi Internet connection inside your home. Spectrum WiFi® is a public wireless Internet connection available to our customers in thousands of locations, or "Hotspots", nationwide.
- SSID is simply the technical term for a network name. When you set up a wireless home network, you give it a name to distinguish it from other networks in your neighbourhood. You'll see this name when you connect your computer to your wireless network. WPA2 is a standard for wireless security.
Updated: 6th October 2019