A lot of individual forget their router's password & username. More individuals are not even aware about their default login of router's. If you're facing the similar issue, there's no necessary to fret. There are some unusual options you may try.
Using the Router's Default Password &Username
This is perhaps the simplest and most trustworthy solution. Each router comes with documents or, most frequently, a tag on the router itself with its default password & username . They are usually on the underside or back of the router.
Search the Default Password & Username
If you cannot search for the documentation or label with your router's default login info, in the dropdown below search for your router. By searching your router's model number or serial number, you will see the default login in our database or the website of the manufacturer.
If you have already modified your username or password and don’t remember it, you may just reset the router as an alternative. The default password & login will be restored by reset it to its factory settings. On most routers the reset key is extremely small and may be tough to search. You'll require a pencil nib, pin, matchstick, or other thin items for pressing it down for around 15 seconds
Forwarding Ports Without a Password
You may on the other hand forward ports without wanting information of the password by use of Universal Plug and Play (UPnP). Several routers will let applications to unlock ports via the router. It will automatically unlock the needed ports if you have a UPnP-aided router. For forwarding ports of your preference, you may use UPnP Port Mapper. This may be tough for beginners to implement as it is a more difficult solution than the others.