Xfinity Router Login: How to Log in to a Comcast Xfinity Router

John John (304)
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There are many reasons you might want to access your Comcast Xfinity router. For instance, you may want to change your wireless password or set up port forwarding for a project you are working on.

In any case, if you're looking to log in to the Xfinity Wireless Gateway, then you'll need the Comcast Xfinity router IP address in [the second step] to log into your router. If you have an Xfinity modem/router combo, this is also known as your modem login. If you're using a business router, the process can be a little different. Check out this guide for steps on how to log into a Comcast business router.

If you need to login to your Comcast account, visit this guide.

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This can be a wired or WiFi connection.

This is the router's gateway. It will automatically bring up a log in screen.

Username: admin
Password: password

Now you're logged in.

You can change your password by click "Change Password" at the top right of the admin panel.

While the above steps are the easiest way to directly log in to your Comcast Xfinity router, here are some other options that may suit your needs, as well.

Xfinity xFi

If you're using an xFi gateway, then you can access xFi from your account pages in both the mobile Xfinity app and on the Xfinity website.

Then you'll simply:

  1. Log in to your Comcast Xfinity account.
  2. Select your network name from the top of the page.
  3. From here you can view your password and make changes to your WiFi.

We've written a few practical tips to show you how to speed up your wifi connection.

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