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Author: Scarlett Fuller

How to Login to Your Asus Router: A Step by Step Guide

ASUS Router Login Default 

ASUS has been constantly producing high-quality and high-end products. They have computers which are well-received by the public, cellphones, and of course, router. This has been considered as one of the best routers by a well-known website. So, if you own one, you should secure your network. 

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By default, router comes with its own password which can be found on the sticker at the back of your device. However, this can be easily hacked by other individuals especially nowadays, everything is possible with technology. So, to make sure your network is secure, it is a must to change passwords and other settings. The thing is, you have to know the login details first in order to edit such. In order to help you out, here is a simple guide.

How to login to ASUS router

There are different models of router that ASUS has reproduced. So, some steps or Setting labels might vary. But don’t worry because this will be the basic process on how to login to ASUS router. Without any more ado, follow the steps below. 

  1. Connect your computer to a stable network. This is to make sure that you won’t be interrupted during the configuration. 
  2. After that, launch any browser and enter the IP address of your device. You may use 192.168.1.1 or just type router.asus.com. In case this two does not work, search for your IP address from the sticker on your router. 
  3. If you haven’t changed your factory settings, use your default login username and password. 
  4. In case you have set it up but forgot about it, you can just reset your router to its default settings. 

And that’s how you can access ASUS router login! It’s easy than you think and doesn’t require technical skills to begin with. 

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Pushing Through the Hype and Handwringing of IoT

It always feels great to win an award. But we are especially proud when we’re recognized for our work with customers. Today at CES 2016, Compass Intelligence announced Dell as their IoT Customer Enhancement Company of the Year. This award is to recognize companies that contributed to increasing quality, value and overall benefits that directly provide growth to the customer experience, enhancement, and usefulness of IoT solutions.

We dedicate this award to the more than 150 customers actively working with us on IoT proof of concept projects. This group is pushing through the hype and handwringing to start harvesting the potential of IoT. 

With plenty of experimentation, we are building secure IoT solutions that enable analytics-driven action. Customers like ELM Energy, who is working with Dell to install localized analytics capabilities alongside its energy management devices. Their FieldSight Microgrid Monitoring and Control solution “optimizes and balances power generation by automatically maximizing the use of renewables.” KMC Controls earned their own award for Best Intelligent Building Technology Innovation at Realcomm IBCon for their KMC Commander product, also based on our new edge gateways. We’ve integrated IoT technologies into our own solutions with SupportAssist, our 24/7 proactive and predictive support services offering and shared in our team members’ passions through our Internet of Bees colony at our IoT Lab in Limerick.

We’ve learned over this past year that communities matter in the still-emergent technology area of IoT. We recently shared that Dell helped create the Open Fog Consortium to help “seamlessly leverage cloud and edge architectures to enable end-to-end IoT scenarios.”  We’ve also just joined the Thread Group, as we’ve seen interest in this organization from our partners and SMB customers.  We are developing our own partner community as well, as we have concluded that Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and System Integrators are critical connections to help bridge the OT/IT divide.  

If you are attending #CES2016 as well, my colleague Jason Shepherd and I would love to meet you tomorrow, Friday morning, at a panel discussion on the Internet of ‘Work’ Things.  We’ll be discussing how the latest IoT products and solutions will make the workplace a smart efficient and fun place for modern workers. 

If you are avoiding the madness of CES this year, you can follow us at @DellOEM and our LinkedIn site. And if you are looking for an award yourself – we invite you to participate in our IoT contest, Connect What Matters

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