Default password for Linux router

Here you find how to configure and reset Linux Router.

Most Linux routers have a default login information (combinations of IP address, username and password) to access the user interface. you can see in the section below the default settings of all available router models from Linux

the login information may change for each model you would find login data in detail for Linux in the section below.

# Login data for Linux

Accessing the user interface is important once you need to change the router settings.For the Linux , you have to do the following steps for access:

IP address:
192.168.1.1
Username:
root
Password:
toor
IP address:
192.168.1.1
Username:
gonzo
Password:
none
IP address:
192.168.1.1
Username:
root
Password:
uClinux
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Note: If you are using the default settings you should change them to increase security and prevent unathorized access to your network.

# Linux available router models

Model Ip Username Password
Linux back trak 3 and 4 root toor
Linux Slackware gonzo none
Linux UCLinux for UCSIMM root uClinux

# Which specific Linux model I have?

For Linux router, you will find in most cases the name of the model on a sticker that in the back or the bottom to the device.

# How do I know the model name?

The names of router models by Linux start with Lin on some model. Subsequently, a combination of letters and digits follows.

# My Linux model is not listed above

If your Linux model is not listed above, please contact us here. we will try to add it shortly.

#Where do I find the model name of my router?

The model name of Linux routers is usually written on a sticker on the device. In most cases, you can find this sticker on the back or bottom of the case

If you own a Linux model that is not listed above, please contact us here. We will try to add the missing information as soon as possible.

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