Netgear Router login not working
Why is the Netgear router login not secure?
The web access of a Netgear router is encrypted with HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure) to keep the functions of the router secure. When you try to access the login page of the Netgear router, the browser prompts you to verify if the router is secure. The router's self-signed certificates encrypt the data transferred in the domain. When self-signed certificates are present, the router's web access is not secure.
In Google Chrome:
Open the Google Chrome browser on your computer and visit the login page of the Netgear router.
If the security message appears, the connection is not secure or private. Now, select Advanced and then select Continue.
Choose the unsecured Netgear website.
Once the router's login page appears, enter the username and password. The default username of the router is "admin" and the password is "password".
In the address bar, click the red alert icon next to "Not secure."
On the next screen, select Certificate (invalid), click the Details tab, and choose Copy to file.
How to find the router login for a Netgear router
NetGear uses a few different login combinations for its routers. The full list is available here, but we'll give you the gist:
If you are using a Comcastrouter, try username "comcast" and password: "1234"
If that doesn't work, try using the combination of "administrator" and "password"
Alternatively, you can use the password "1234"
Some routers don't use a username and some don't use a password, so leave one of the boxes blank and try the combinations mentioned above.