Oracle Default Router Login

Which Oracle model do you have?

To get access to every router of Oracle (e.g. 7 or later ,8.1.7 or 8i ), you need the IP of your router, the username and router password. You can find these information in Oracle router manuals. But if you do not have the manual for your router or you do not want to read the whole manual to find the default login information then you can use the quick guide below.

Oracle Router Login Guide

  • Open your internet browser (e.g. Chrome, Firefox, Opera or Internet Explorer)
  • Click HERE to auto detect your router IP. After some seconds our tool will show you a link to your router login page. Click on this link.
  • You should see 2 text fields where you can enter a username and a password.
  • The default username for your Oracle router is system/manager.
    The default password is sys/change_on_install.
  • Enter the username & password, hit "Enter" and now you should see the control panel of your router.

If above login credentials doesn't work then try this method

If these steps doesn't work for you and you still can't login to your router then there's another method. You know the model name/ID of your Oracle router? Great! Just select your device from the box below and you will be redirected to our guide especially for your device that includes a user manual.

Which model do you have?

Try different ID/password combinations that are widely used by Oracle that you'll find below.

Default username & password combinations for Oracle routers

In the list below you will see the most popular default username and password combinations used by Oracle. Sometimes the username and password doesn't work that we mentioned in the top of this guide. Then you can try these username/password combinations below to get access to your wireless router.

# Username Password
1system/managersys/change_on_install
2ilom-adminilom-admin Error
3internaloracle
4ScottTiger
5webdbwebdb
6PO8PO8
7cn=orcladminwelcome
8adminadmin
9blank
10adminadminadmin

Nothing of the methods above worked for me!

All you need to do is to reset your modem. This can be done easily by clicking on the reset button at the back or at the bottom of your router. If you hold down this small button for approximately 20 seconds, (you may have to use a toothpick), then your modem will get restored to the factory settings. What you need to keep in mind is that when you reset your modem, you will lose your connection online. It is therefore better to take an expert's assistance in this regard. Note: If you have not enough information, it is obviously recommended that you should get help from a person who has all the knowledge about this topic.