D-Link routers almost never require a default password and usually use the default IP address of but there are exceptions, as you can see in the table below.

Important: Don’t forget to configure a router password once you’ve gotten in.

See below the table for more help if the default data below doesn’t work, you don’t see your D-Link device, or you have other questions.

D-Link Default Passwords (Valid June 2016)

D-Link Model Default Username Default Password Default IP Address
DAP-1350 admin [none]
DFL-300 admin admin
DGL-4100 [none] [none]
DGL-4300 [none] [none]
DGL-4500 Admin [none]
DGL-5500 Admin [none]
DHP-1320 Admin [none]
DHP-1565 Admin [none]
DI-514 admin [none]
DI-524 admin [none]
DI-604 admin [none]
DI-614+ admin [none]
DI-624 admin [none]
DI-624M admin [none]
DI-624S admin [none]
DI-634M1 admin [none]
DI-634M1 user [none]
DI-7012 [none] [none]
DI-7012 [none] year2000
DI-704 [none] admin
DI-704P [none] admin
DI-704UP admin [none]
DI-707 [none] admin
DI-707P admin [none]
DI-711 admin [none]
DI-713 [none] admin
DI-713P [none] admin
DI-714 admin [none]
DI-714P+ admin [none]
DI-724GU Admin [none]
DI-724U admin [none]
DI-754 admin [none]
DI-764 admin [none]
DI-774 admin [none]
DI-784 admin [none]
DI-804 admin [none]
DI-804HV admin [none]
DI-804V admin [none]
DI-808HV admin [none]
DI-824VUP admin [none]
DI-LB604 admin [none]
DIR-130 admin [none]
DIR-330 admin [none]
DIR-412 Admin [none]
DIR-450 admin [none]
DIR-451 admin [none]
DIR-501 admin [none]
DIR-505 Admin [none]
DIR-505L Admin [none]
DIR-506L admin [none]
DIR-510L [none] [none]
DIR-515 admin [none]
DIR-600 admin [none]
DIR-600L admin [none]
DIR-601 Admin [none]
DIR-605 admin [none]
DIR-605L admin [none]
DIR-615 Admin [none]
DIR-625 Admin [none]
DIR-626L Admin [none]
DIR-628 Admin [none]
DIR-635 Admin [none]
DIR-636L Admin [none]
DIR-645 Admin [none]
DIR-651 Admin [none]
DIR-655 Admin [none]
DIR-657 Admin [none]
DIR-660 Admin [none]
DIR-665 Admin [none]
DIR-685 Admin [none]
DIR-808L Admin [none]
DIR-810L Admin [none]
DIR-813 Admin [none]
DIR-815 Admin [none]
DIR-817LW Admin [none]
DIR-817LW/D Admin [none]
DIR-818LW Admin [none]
DIR-820L Admin [none]
DIR-825 Admin [none]
DIR-826L Admin [none]
DIR-827 Admin [none]
DIR-830L admin [none]
DIR-835 Admin [none]
DIR-836L Admin [none]
DIR-842 admin [none]
DIR-850L admin [none]
DIR-855 Admin [none]
DIR-855L admin [none]
DIR-857 Admin [none]
DIR-859 Admin [none]
DIR-860L admin [none]
DIR-865L admin [none]
DIR-866L admin [none]
DIR-868L admin [none]
DIR-879 admin [none]
DIR-880L Admin [none]
DIR-885L/R admin [none]
DIR-890L/R Admin [none]
DIR-895L/R Admin [none]
DSA-31003 admin admin
DSA-31003 manager manager
DSA-3200 admin admin
DSA-51003 admin admin
DSA-51003 manager manager
DSR-1000 admin admin
DSR-1000N admin admin
DSR-250N admin admin
DSR-500 admin admin
DSR-500N admin admin
EBR-2310 admin [none]
GO-RT-N300 Admin [none]
KR-1 admin [none]
TM-G5240 [none] admin
WBR-1310 admin [none]
WBR-2310 admin [none]

[1] The D-Link DI-634M router has two default access accounts, an administrator-level account (username of admin) that you should use for router management as well a user-level account (username of user) that can be used to viewing data but not making changes.

[2] D-Link DI-701 routers have an administrator-level default account (no username or password required), as well as another administrator-level account for ISPs called Super Admin (no username with a password of year2000) that grants the additional ability to set a user limit via the usrlimit command, available in the router’s terminal mode.

[3] These D-Link routers, the DSA-3100 & the DS-5100, have default administrator accounts (admin / admin) as well as default “manager” accounts (manager / manager) which are restricted to adding and managing additional user access accounts.

Can’t find your D-Link network device in the table above? Just send me an email with the model number and I’d be happy to look it up, let you know, and add it to the list for everyone else.

When the D-Link Default Password or Username Won’t Work…

There are no secret back doors to your D-Link router or other network device, meaning that if the default password has been changed and you don’t know what it is, you’re locked out. Period.

The solution, then, is to reset the entire D-Link device to factory settings, resetting the password to its default and erasing any wireless network or other settings.

Performing a factory reset on a D-Link router is pretty easy. Turn on the device, press and hold the Reset button (usually on the back of the device) with a paper clip or small pen for10 seconds and then release it. Wait a few more minutes for the router to finish booting.

If the factory default reset doesn’t work, or you can’t find that reset button, check your device’s manual for specific instructions.

A PDF version of your device’s manual can be found at D-Link Support.

When the D-Link Default IP Address Won’t Work…

Assuming that your D-Link router is powered on and connected to your network, but the default IP address listed above isn’t working, try opening a browser window and connecting to http://dlinkrouterWXYZ with WXYZ being the last four characters of the device’s MAC address.

All D-Link devices have their MAC addresses printed on a sitcker that’s located on the bottom of the device. So, for example, if your D-Link router’s MAC address is 13-C8-34-35-BA-30, you’d go to http://dlinkrouterBA30 to access your router.

If that trick doesn’t work, and your D-Link router has been connected to a computer, the configured default gateway will almost always equal the access IP address for your router.

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