is the default gateway address of Fritz Box router which is made by AVM company. You can also login to this address and access Fritz Box router’s web based admin interface to manage different settings, such as changing router administrator password, configure network settings, ISP and DSL setup, WiFi SSID and password management, router security, and so on.

How to login to

To access admin interface, you need to power on the router first. After it’s powered on, use a network cable to connect your PC to the router’s WAN port, or you can connect to the router through its WiFi network using a mobile phone.

Steps of how to login to web interface:

    1. Open a web browser, such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Safari.
    2. Enter or into the address bar.
    3. You will be directed to the Fritz Box Router web interface login page, where you will be prompted to enter the Administrator Password. The Administrator Password is printed on a label on the back of the router. login
    4. Enter the login administrator password, then click login.
    5. You’ll now be logged into your Fritz Box Router’s web interface, where you may make the necessary changes.

How to make your Wi-Fi network more secure

After you’ve logged into, change the name of your WiFi network, which also named WiFi SSID.
WiFi SSID should not lead to any inferences about you as the WiFi network’s operator or its location.
Create a new WiFI password and assign it to the router.

Change your FRITZ Box router login password, please note that login password is different from WiFi password.
When you don’t need Wi-Fi, such as at night, turn it off.

How to change WiFi SSID and password through

As previously stated, you may change several settings of both the router and your WiFi network using the router web interface, including WiFi SSID and password of your wireless network. If you wish to modify your WiFi network’s SSID or password, follow these instructions:

Change WiFi SSID:

  1. Login to Fritz Box router’s admin interface following above method.
  2. After you’ve accessed admin interface, look at the left menu, click WLAN > Radio Network, in some models, it’s ‘Wireless > Radion Network’.
  3. Tick the Wireless radio network enabled checkbox.
  4. In the Name of the wireless radio network(SSID) field, enter your new SSID.
  5. Then, click ‘Apply’ to save changes.

Change WiFi Password:

  1. Login to Fritz Box router’s admin interface following above method.
  2. After you’ve accessed admin interface, look at the left menu, click WLAN > Security, in some models, it’s ‘Wireless > Security’.
  3. Go to Encryption section, select WPA Encryption.
  4. In the WPA encryption section, choose your favorite WPA mode, you can choose WPA2 or WPA3 for more secured method.
  5. In the Network key field, enter you new WiFi password.
  6. Then, click ‘Apply’ to save changes.

After the changes are save, you need to reboot the router, then you will have a new WiFi SSID and password.

What to do if you forget router login password?

Routers are becoming more and more popular, after you purchased a Fritz Box router, the router might be installed and set up with the help of ISP staff or some technicians. Over time, you have forgotten the login password for the router, and you do not even know that the router can be logged in for management.

And after the router is set up, generally you will not be set it up again, which also leads to a problem, for security reasons, most users will modify the login password. After modifying it for a long time and not setting up the router, you forget about it afterwards.

Because of the easy use of your router, your WiFi network may have been shared with many people so that they can connect to your router, but at the same time they can also log in to your router. So you need to change your router login password frequently and make it more complex. But what if you forget your password or can’t find it anymore?

The ultimate solution is to factory reset your router and restore it to default status.

How to factory reset your Fritz Box router?

  1. First step, power off your router, then use a toothpick or pen to press the RESET button which is located at the back of your router.
  2. Then power on your router, wait to see a few lights flashing rapidly when you look at the router lights.
  3. Press and hold the button for about 10 seconds, then release your tool, your router will reboot automatically and restore all data to default status.
  4. After that, you need to reconfigure the router before you can access the Internet.