Users' questions

What is the default password for DD-WRT?

What is the default password for DD-WRT?

The default username is root and the default password is admin (from v23 SP1). Some earlier versions of DD-WRT did not require a username.

How do I find my DD-WRT password?

Open your Internet browser (Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer) and type in your address bar. You will be prompted for a username and password. Type in “root” for the username and “admin” for the password. If this default password does not work, you will need to reset your modem.

How do I log into DD-WRT?

DD-WRT Router Login Open your web browser of choice and type IP address of your DD-WRT router in the address bar. You can find the ip address on the back of your router. Now enter the default username and password of your router by accessing the admin panel.

How do I access my DD-WRT remotely?

Go to Administration -> Management -> Remote Access. Enable the necessary settings for remote Web or SSH access. Remember the WAN IP and port number, as you will need to specify those in order to connect from a remote location.

How do I telnet into DD-WRT?

Access the DD-WRT router’s command line using the telnet and secure shell (SSH) commands. Use the “telnet 192.168. 1.1” command to connect to the router and log in with the user name “root” and your current password. Use the user name “root” even if you’ve set a custom user name.

How do I reset DD-WRT to default settings?

The following procedure will clear out the NVRAM and set dd-wrt back to default values:

  1. With the unit powered on, press and hold the reset button on back of unit for 30 seconds.
  2. Without releasing the reset button, unplug the unit and hold reset for another 30 seconds.

What is the default IP address for DD-WRT?

Log in to the Web GUI Access the GUI via the router IP address. The default for DD-WRT and many devices is [192.168. 1.1], or see [ Wikidevi]. If the IP address is unknown, see Obtaining Router IP.

How do I telnet to SSH?

Telnet/SSH CLI

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  2. Enter the IP address of a host or device and port number that a service is listened to on a remote machine.
  3. Select a connection protocol from the Protocol list.
  4. Enter the user name and password to access the device.
  5. Select a Jumpbox from the Local Jumpbox list.

Is SSID the same as password?

The SSID is the name of your wireless network. This is what you will look for when connecting wireless computers and devices. The Password is the secret word or phrase you will enter when first connecting a device to your wireless network. Each computer or device you connect will need to use this password.

How to factory reset DD-WRT default username and password?

How to factory reset DD-WRT. Press and hold the reset button of the router for at least 20sec. Release the button once the router restarted. Now the router will be reconfigured to factory default settings. Now you can connect the router in Telnet @ with default username and password(root/admin).

How to use SSH with DD-WRT firmware?

The DD-WRT firmware can use user/pass logon or only allows connections from clients whose public keys are manually entered via the web interface. Multiple keys can be entered by placing them on separate lines. If you want to use user/password to login using SSH use user “root” with the password you set in the webinterface

Is there a default password for telnet.0?

There is no default telnet. There is no default telnet password (any more). You have to use the username/password you configured. If that doesn’t work, you probably mistyped something. Add another user and try that. And of course, a security device should be managed with SSH and not with Telnet. 0 Helpful.

Is the DD-WRT command line the same as the command prompt?

The DD-WRT Command Line. aka the DD-WRT Linux shell. This is an ‘ash’ shell. Ash is a version of sh, literally ‘A SHell’ (A command Interpreter) Basic Syntax. The Linux Command Shell (Ash) is not the same as the Windows/DOS command prompt. / (and not \\) is used to separate directories in a path, just like the interweb.