myrouter.local - 192.168.1.1
What is myrouter.local?
Myrouter.local is the web address to quickly login to the Linksys router. This way, one can use the http //myrouter.local web address to configure advanced settings of the Linksys router. Instead, you can also use the IP address 192.168.1.1 to log in to the Linksys router.
Linksys Router Login using myrouter.local
First of all, connect the Linksys smart wifi router to the computer through which the user can configure all the settings. After making a connection, open the web browser on your computer system.
Provide myrouter.local address in the address field of the internet browser. Press the enter key.
Enter the login details, i.e. email address and password, to access the Linksys router login.
Then, click on the “Sign in” button.
After that, the user will automatically redirect to the configuration page by providing the correct and valid email address and password.
myrouter.local is not working?
If the user is getting an error message like 404 and the page can’t be displayed, it states that myrouter.local is not working correctly due to any wired connection or network issue. To resolve the issue:-
Ensure that your computer system should correctly connect to the Linksys router through a wired or wireless connection.
After that, choose the automatically assign IP address option only if there is a given IP. One can check the IP address by opening cmd and typing ipconfig.
Still, if you face the same issue, immediately restart the Linksys router and try again with myrouter.local.
How to Change Linksys router password?
To stop the Linksys router setting from the other users, one can easily change Linksys router password. On the other hand, the other connected devices can easily access the router by using the default password.
Hence, it is better to change the default password of Linksys router through myrouter.local.
Type the username and password as admin for both.
Select the administration option. Under this, change your default Linksys router admin password.
The drop-down list will appear here and provide the current login password as admin.
Fortunately, enter the new router password. Then, click on the apply >> save option.
How To Reset Linksys router using http //myrouter.local
Most of the time, an error occurs while resetting the Linksys router, and it usually occurs when the user has forgotten their name or password. Thus, follow the given instructions to reset the Linksys router with the help of myrouter.local.
Connect your Linksys router and the computer system through a wired connection (Ethernet cable).
Open the web browser (Mozilla Firefox, etc.). Type myrouter.local in the URL bar of the respective web browser. Press the enter key.
Enter the required credential (which you have used earlier) in the field of username along with the password. Click on the Login option.
Choose the Administration option.
Then, select the Factory default option to complete the process of resetting the Linksys router.
Linksys Router Firmware update through http //myrouter.local
In case the user is facing any issue related to Linksys smart wifi login. Then, firstly try to check whether the firmware update of Linksys router is up to date. If not, follow the below instruction to update the firmware with the help of myrouter.local.
Previously, the user needed to download the firmware file through Linksyssmartwifi.com and save it in the desired location.
In the next step, Login to the Linksys router with the help of myrouter.local or IP address (188.8.131.52).
Go to the ‘administration option’, and inside that, select the firmware upgrade option.
Click the Browse button to select the firmware file which you downloaded earlier.
After selecting the file, click on the available ‘open’ button.
Click on the given option ‘Start upgrade’. Thus, the user will be informed that “your firmware update process will start”.
Wait and make sure that your internet connection should not interrupt.
To complete the firmware update process, the user will get a message.
Tip: The user should power their Linksys router after the firmware update.