Your RouterLogin.net login is not working for you and it doesn’t work for anyone else either judging by the amount of people talking in the NetGear forum. Try a quick fix to get your login reset.
If you have a NetGear router somewhere in the instructions it has talked about RouterLogin.net as a URL to put in your web browser. You will see this URL listed in the official Netgear documentation towards the back of the user manual.
There is alot of confusion around the RouterLogin.net login and why people can’t access it from the Internet. NetGear never meant for that to be a publicly accessible URL. When accessing it from your local network at your home or office, it is set to redirect to the default IP address of http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1 (the IP depends on the year of your NetGear router).
A engineer with NetGear support decided it would be easier for consumers to use a domain name to access the admin interface of the router instead of a IP address which could be more confusing. So if you are getting an error page when entering RouterLogin.net to your web browser for the NetGear admin then try one of the default IP addresses instead. That should pull up the login to RouterLogin.net where you can enter your username and password.
After combing all of the hardware forums and several Facebook posts the highest rate of success with logging into a NetGear default router admin comes with 1. Using the IP address instead and 2. Using the default username of admin and password of password. Not hard to remember is it?
You will definitely want to reset the default settings of your router to something more secure and that only you and trusted people that have the login to your router saved. If not you could wind up with a security breach on your local network.
When all else fails and you still can not sign in on the device then do a admin reset. To perform a reset hold down the reset button in the back of the router for seconds. This will clear the configuration, allowing you to use the default RouterLogin.net login information to configure your device and get on the Internet. See the screenshot below to make sure you are at the right place.