Your ASUS Router signs in and firmware update can be used to perform various common setup tasks, such as secure your wireless network, change your admin password, modify the username and IP address, etc. The guide on this page will show you the process to sign or login to your Asus router using the router’s IP address and the service web domain 192.168.1.1 & router.asus.com. This is the process in which you are required to have a computer, laptop, tablet, Mac, or mobile device. Let’s know some of the stunning features of Asus WIFI routers:
Asus Router Features
- Easy Setup and managing the system
- Real-Time Traffic Monitoring.
- Robust Control on your Network.
- Quick security scan features.
- Gaming boosting facilities.
- Manage the entire internet activities.
- It gives you a dedicated WIFI that’s easy to share.
- Parental control and guest Mode setup.
To update the firmware of your Asus, login and access to the Router Asus configuration page is must.
1. Connecting to the network
Using an Ethernet cable or WIFI connect your computer, mobile device, laptop, and tablet, PC, or Mac device to your network.
2. Visit the Asus router IP/Web Domain
Into the search bar of your web browser, enter 192.168.1.1 or use the Asus router service web domain router.asus.com to access the basic login page of the router. In case any of the above web URL does not access the login window, then you can use the other one.
3. Use default login information of your Router Asus
- Username: Admin
- Password: Admin
You need to use the default username and password to get the basic home page of your Asus router. As we have mentioned just above, the default login username and password which is used to log in to most of the router.asus.com models. In case you did not find any default information on the label of your Asus router, then use admin as both the default login credentials.
After Login, update your Router Asus Firmware
Insert the provided Power cable into the power port of the Asus router, and then, plug the power adapter into the wall plug of your home. Using an Ethernet cable connect your computer to the LAN port of the Asus router. Similarly, connect the modem to the WAN port of your Asus router.
- Thereafter, launch a web browser and visit router.asus.com web page. Now, it will directly take you to the Asus router setup wizard.
- If the page fails to load, then you should try login using the Asus router default IP address 192.168.1.1 for the login.
- Fill in the required and the most desired login details to get the interface of your Asus router.
- Go to the ‘Advanced’ tab from the left side of the window. Click on the ‘Administration’ page to check for the firmware update.
- Select the option “Firmware Upgrade” if you see any or click on Check button to find if a new Asus router firmware version is pending or not.
- If you found a new firmware version then click on it to start the download and firmware update process.
If you click Asus router setup wizard, then the setup wizard will start updating the firmware automatically, and within a few minutes, the update will finish.
Manual Firmware Update process for your Asus
- Go to the official website of your ASUS Router and download the most latest and recently launched firmware version for your Router.
- Extract the zipped content from the downloaded firmware file. In the folder, you will find it as a .trx file.
- Login to your Asus Networking device using the above methods, and click the ‘Firmware Version’ given at the top of the login page.
- Click the option ‘Choose File’ on the page labelled with the ‘Firmware Upgrade’ page.
- Click [Upload] and select or browse the recently extracted and saved firmware file on your device operating system.
- The router.asus.com firmware update process will start quickly. Do not interfere with any activity in between the firmware update process.
Router Asus Setup Troubleshooting Tips
For Asus router setup use the following steps using the web browser;
- Launch a browser from the connected device with your router’s network. You may use WIFI to set up using your smartphone.
- In the address locus of the browser, type in router.asus.com and just hit the enter button.
- On the router.asus.com login page, enter admin to fill up the username and password fields.
- You may also use 192.1681.1 into the same address locus instead of the web domain router.asus.com
- If an admin is not the default username and password of the router, then get it from the user manual or label of the router.
- Now you will access the basic home page or the dashboard of your Asus router login.