Posts: 12,581
Registered: ‎01-26-2011

X2000 - Set up page login

I just bought a Linksys M+R X2000, how to login the web setup page? what is the default username and password?

i entered both admins, but can't work..

Posts: 3,376
Registered: ‎09-07-2006

Re: X2000 - Set up page login

Well there are 2 methods to access the setup page for X2000.


A] To access the router’s web-based setup page using Cisco Connect.


Step 1: Launch Cisco Connect.

Step 2: On the main menu, click Router settings.

Step 3: Under Other options, click Advanced settings.

Step 4: Take note of the Username and Password that are displayed.

NOTE: To help protect your password, you can copy it to the Clipboard by clicking Copy password.

Step 5: Click OK.

Step 6: You will then be prompted for a username and password to access the router’s web-based setup page. Enter the Username and Password that you took note of earlier in the appropriate fields.

NOTE: If you copied the password to the Clipboard in Step 4, press [Ctrl+V] to paste it into the Password field.

Step 7: Click OK.


You should successfully access your router’s web-based setup page now.


B] Accessing the web-based setup page


Step 1: Connect your computer to port 1, 2 or 3 using an Ethernet cable.

Step 2: Power ON the router and your computer.

Step 3: Check the LEDs on the router.

Step 4: On your computer, launch a web browser.

Step 5: On the address bar, enter the default IP Address of the modem router and then press [Enter].

NOTE: The default IP Address of most Linksys modem routers is

Step 6: On the Username and Password prompt, leave the username blank and then type “admin” on the password field. Press [Enter].


NOTE: The default password of most Linksys routers is “admin”. You may have changed this in case you setup the modem router using Cisco Connect.



You should now have accessed the web-based setup page of the modem router.

Posts: 428
Registered: ‎10-31-2011

Re: X2000 - Set up page login

try resetting then do the instructions above.

"Don't fix it if it ain't broken."