BT Router Admin Login

You need the IP address, username and password information to access the BT management panel of all routers. You can find this information in the BT user manual. However, if you are not able to access the user manual of your device, you can take advantage of the summary. You can also download user guides in pdf format for many router brands and models.

BT Router Admin Login Guide

Follow the steps below to access the admin panel of your device:

  1. Open your favorite Internet browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer, etc.).
  2. Type the 192.168.1.1 IP address in the browser address bar and press Enter. If you do not know the default IP address of your router, click here. This page will automatically detect the IP address of your device.
  3. When you connect to the IP address, you will be asked to enter your user and password.
  4. If you don’t know your default username and password, you can use the table below.
  5. After typing your username and password, press Enter. After this process, you will have access to the router admin panel.

I Can’t Login to the BT Router Admin Panel

If you cannot access the admin panel using the default login, you can use the list below. Select your device model from the list. You can find other frequently used username and passwords on the model detail page.

Default Username & Passwords for BT Routers

You can find the most frequently used default username and password combinations in the BT from the bottom table. You can try combinations on this list to log in.

#UsernamePassword
1adminadmin
2blankblank
3adminrandomly generated
4adminblank
5adminPrinted On Routers Label
6adminprinted on settings card
7blankprinted on router
8adminpassword

Default Login IPs for BT Routers

You may want to log in to the admin panel for many reasons, such as setting up your device’s internet connection, changing your wireless network or security settings. To do this, you need to know the IP address assigned by the manufacturer to your device. This IP address is usually written on the label on the bottom or the back of the router and in the user manual. If you don’t have access to them, you can find the most frequently used IP addresses in the brand.

#Default Router IP
1192.168.1.1
2192.168.1.254
3192.168.254.1

List of BT Router Manuals

  • BT 2700HGV
  • BT BT-Home-Hub-v2 - User Manual
  • BT BT2700HGV - User Manual
  • BT Business Hub 3.0
  • BT Dual-Band Wi-Fi Extender
  • BT Dual-Band Wi-Fi Extender AC 1200
  • BT Dual-Band Wi-Fi Extender N 600
  • BT Home Hub 2
  • BT Home Hub 2.0A
  • BT Home Hub 3 - User Manual
  • BT Home Hub 3.0A
  • BT Home Hub 4
  • BT Home Hub 4A
  • BT Home Hub 4r - User Manual
  • BT Home Hub 5 - User Manual
  • BT Home Hub 5A
  • BT Home Hub 5B
  • BT Home Hub 6 - User Manual
  • BT Home-Hub-4 - User Manual
  • BT HomeHub
  • BT Hub
  • BT Micro - User Manual
  • BT Smart Hub - User Manual
  • BT Voyager 1010
  • BT Voyager 1055 (018581)
  • BT Voyager 1500
  • BT Voyager 200
  • BT Voyager 2000 - User Manual
  • BT Voyager 205
  • BT Voyager 2091
  • BT Voyager 210
  • BT Voyager 2100
  • BT Voyager 2110
  • BT Voyager 220V
  • BT Voyager 240
  • BT Voyager 2500V
  • BT Voyager-2110 - User Manual
  • BT Whole Home Wi-Fi
  • BT Wireless Network 1250

The Above Methods Didn’t Work!

If you can’t reach the admin panel of your BT modem using the above methods, there is only one thing you can do. Press and hold the reset button on the back of the device for 15-20 seconds with a needle or toothpick. As a result of this operation, all the settings of your device will be restored to the factory settings. You will also be disconnected from the Internet. Therefore, if you do not have enough information, you can contact a specialist for technical support.