How to first login to Draytek 2960?

by Daniel Pham
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How to first login to Draytek 2960? For those who have worked with network devices regularly, it will not be difficult for them to login for the first time on the device.

This article is only for those who are new to Draytek device.

Model to connect Draytek

I am using Draytek 2960 version without fiber cable port.

Below is a model to connect the device.

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Model to connect Draytek.

As you can see in the picture above, an FTTH line from the ISP provider will connect to WAN port 1 on Draytek. And you will connect your laptop to the LAN port 1 of the router device. Both network cables use RJ45.

Log in Draytek for the first time

With a new device than it very simple, but if your device is an old device, reset it to the manufacturer’s state.

Now, set a static address for your laptop and for example: IP is 192.168.1.10, subnet mask 24.

Next, open your browser and type 192.168.1.1 (default address) to access the router’s web interface.

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Log in Draytek for the first time.

Please enter the user/password respectively admin/admin or admin/(blank).

And congratulations on your first successful login into the Draytek router device.

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Your first successful login into the Draytek router device.

Don’t wonder if the image above is different for your device. Because my device is working and it has 2 WAN lines.

Conclusion

It’s simple right? In fact, if you’ve done it before, it’s not that difficult. But for the first time working with it, this is always new.

(This is an article from my old blog that has been inactive for a long time, I don’t want to throw it away so I will keep it and hope it helps someone).

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