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How to Change WI-FI Password

2Wire Default Router Login

What 2Wire model do you have?

To access each 2Wire router (such as HomePortal 1800HG, HomePortal 1000SW, or HomePortal 1000HW), you need your router’s IP address, username, and router password. You can find this information in the instructions for the 2Wire router. But if you don’t have a guide for your router or you don’t want to read the whole guide to find the default login information, you can use the short guide below.

2Wire Router Login Guide

  • Open your Internet browser (such as Chrome, Firefox, Opera, or Internet Explorer)
  • Type (the most common IP for 2Wire routers) in the address bar of your web browser to access the router’s web user interface. Alternatively, you can enter the following URL in the address bar:
  • You should see 2 text boxes where you can enter your username and password.
  • The default username for your 2Wire router (empty).
    Default password (empty).
  • Enter your username and password, press “Enter”, and now you should see the control panel of your router.

If the above login credentials do not work, try this method

If these steps don’t work for you and you still can’t log in to your router, there is another way. Do you know the model name / ID of your 2Wire router? Great! Just select your device from the box below and you will be redirected to our guide specifically for your device, which includes a user guide.

What model do you have?

Try the different ID / password combinations that are widely used by 2Wire that you will find below.

Default username and password combinations for 2Wire routers

In the list below you will see the most popular default username and password combinations used by 2Wire. Sometimes the username and password do not work, as we mentioned at the top of this guide. You can then try these username and password combinations below to access the wireless router.

# Username Password
1 (empty) (empty)
2 admin n / a
3 admin (empty)
4 n / a n / a
5 (empty) NOLOGIN
6 http (empty)
7 (empty) Wireless
8 none Wireless
9 2Wire (empty)

The default login IP address for my 2Wire router

Sometimes you need the IP address of the router’s web interface to change security settings. Most people do not know the IP address of their router. Most often you will find this IP address on the bottom or back of your router. But if you can’t find that IP address on your router or in the user guide, you can try some methods to get Router I. In the list below, we’ve listed all the known IP addresses of routers for the 2Wire manufacturer.

# The default router IP

Alternate login URLs for my 2Wire router

Most routers are only available by their default IP. But some are also available by default. This is very useful if you do not know your default router gateway.

# Alternate router gateway URL

1000-100016-002 – Guide
1800HG – Table
2071-A – Manual
2700HG-B – Manual
2700HG-B – Manual
2700HG-D vQT04- – Manual
2700HG-E – Manual
2700HGV – Manual
2701 – Allowance
2701HG-B – Manual
2701HG-B – Manual
2701HG-D Qwest – Manual
2701HG-G – Manual
2701HG-G Qwest – Manual
2701HGV-W – Manual
3600 – Manual
3600HGV – Manual
3600HGV – Manual
3800HGV-B – Manual
3800HGV-B – Manual
3801HGV – Manual
3801HGV – Manual
5012NV – Manual
5012NV-002 – Manual
HomePortal 1000HW – Guide
HomePortal 1000HW – Guide
HomePortal 1000SW – Guide
HomePortal 1800HG – Manual
HomePortal 1800HG – Manual
i3812V – Manual
LC USB Client – Guide

None of the methods above worked for me!

All you need to do is reset the modem. This can be easily done by clicking the reset button on the back or bottom of the router. If you hold this little button for about 20 seconds (you may have to use a toothpick), then your modem will be reset to factory settings. What you need to keep in mind is that when you reset your modem you will lose your internet connection. Therefore it is better to seek the help of a specialist. Note: if you do not have enough information, it is obviously recommended to seek the help of a person who has all the knowledge on the subject.