Tenda router login will gain you access over the whole network. You can change WiFi name/password, you can make the network more secure or you can simply change the login credentials so that no one can actually access the control panel.
Most of the people use default login credentials, which makes it easier for anyone to control the network who is connected to the network. Because, default login details are only one Google search away.
In this router login guide, I will discuss how to login to your tenda router panel, how to increase security and how to change the tenda router login IP. And, at the end of the article, I will show you how to reset your tenda router in case you forget login credentials or face some technical difficulties.
But, before I start, make sure:
- You are connected to the network via WiFi or LAN cable. I prefer LAN cable over WiFI.
- You have a web browser on your device.
Tenda Router Login
You need to know your router login IP, admin username and password in order to access the control panel of any router. Routers use a private IP address to provide a decent control panel for the router.
- Connect your device to the tenda router via WiFi or cable.
- Open a browser and visit 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.2.1
- Enter admin username and password. By default the username is admin and password is also admin.
- Click Log in to access the admin panel.
Tenda Router Login IP
You need to know the login ip in order to login to the control panel. And, fortunately tenda uses one of the most popular private IP addresses used by millions of routers. Just connect to the router, and open 192.168.0.1/192.168.2.1 in your browser.
If you are a windows user, you can also check what’s your router login IP very easily. To check your login IP, open cmd and type ipconfig. Then press Enter. You will find the login IP in the Gateway IP section.
Change WiFi name and Password of your Tenda Router
Like every router when you first power on the router or reset your router, it uses a default Network Name (SSID) and Password. You can find the default SSID and password printed on the bottom of your router.
If you want to change the current/default WiFi details, Tenda has options to do so easily. Here’s how you can do so:
- Visit 192.168.0.1 from a browser and login using admin username and password.
- Click on Wireless Settings from the left Navigation panel.
- In WiFi Name, enter the name you want.
- Select security mode WPA/WPA2-PSK.
- In the WiFi password field, enter your new password.
- Click the Ok button to save changes.
Change Admin password on a Tenda Router
Admin password is necessary to control any router. But using the default password is insecure. Because anyone who is connected to your network can access the admin panel with the default password.
It’s better to set your own password so that only you can access your router panel. Because who has access to the router admin panel, can control the whole network.
- Visit 192.168.0.1 and login to your account.
- Click on Administration.
- Under the Login Password tab, enter your new password and repeat the new password.
- Click Ok to save changes.
Change Router Login IP
Knowing the login IP of your tenda router is the first step of logging in to the admin panel. And Tenda uses 192.168.0.1 as login IP, which is one of the most used private IP for routers. You can change it easily though.
- Visit 192.168.0.1, which is the default login IP and login to your account.
- Click on Administration from the left panel.
- Scroll down and in LAN IP, enter your custom login IP.
- Click Ok to save changes.
Now you have to visit the new IP address in order to login to your tenda router.
Reset Tenda Router
It’s a pretty basic task and every one should know this. Because if you forget your admin details or if you are facing technical details, a router reset will help you a lot. It takes a few seconds to reset any router.
- First of all, power on your router. You can’t reset a router which is turned off.
- Find the reset button in the router body.
- Press the reset button with a needle for 10-15 seconds to reset your router.
After resetting your router, your network configuration and all the previous changes such as custom WiFi settings, login password & IP, everything will set back to default and you have to reconfigure everything from scratch.