You can find the Admin Username and Password printed on the sticker attached to the side, back or bottom of the modem.
CAUTION! Do not remove or lose your modem sticker, which includes your default admin username and password. These preset credentials cannot be retrieved, and your modem could become unusable without them.
The modem sticker shows you TWO important sets of login credentials. How do you use each one?
SSID and key/wireless password: Used to access and connect to your WiFi network
SSID is the name that will show up on your devices in the list of wireless networks (may have two for dual-band modem/routers)
Key/Wireless Password is the password you will enter on your devices to connect securely to your network
These default settings can also be customized in the modem settings or through the app
Admin username and admin password: Used to log in to your modem settings portal
Access secure settings such as firmware updates, WiFi security, schedules, and more
When connected to your home network, go to http://192.168.0.1 to access the portal (also called the GUI)
These default settings can also be customized in the modem settings
4. Select "Modem Status."
5. From the main status menu, you will be able to select an option to view more information. A brief description of each status option is below.
Displays details about the firmware version, model number, MAC Address, connection (upstream/downstream), encapsulation, and the IPv4 address of the modem
Displays details about the DSL port (back of the router) and the DSL light which corresponds to the DSL port on the back of the router. Details include broadband mode, loss of power, loss of link, SNR, attenuation, errored packets, CRC, and FEC corrections.
Displays details on the Ethernet ports on the back of the router. Details include packets sent/received, code violations, and uncorrected packets.