Open-Xchange Router Login Information

To access a Open-Xchange router (for example: Open-Xchange LDAP Open source versions below 0.8.2 ,Open-Xchange Server 5 ) you need the corresponding login data and IP address. If you do not know the IP and login information of your router, you will find them in the Open-Xchange Router Manual. In case you don't have a manual or don't feel like searching for the data, you can easily use the following login guide.

Select your Open-Xchange router

Login Guide for Open-Xchange

  • Click HERE to automatically detect the IP of your router. The IP detection tool will try to find your router IP and after some seconds you will see a link. Click on this link and you will be forwareded to your router login page
  • Now you see 2 fields where you can enter the router username and router password.

    Open-Xchange router router default login

  • The most common default username/password combination for Open-Xchange routers is mailadmin and secret.
  • Enter the username and password, click on the login button and now you should have access to the user interface of the router.

The username/password combination doesn't work ? Then try the following method...

If you know the model name/ID of your Open-Xchange router then select your device from the dropdown list below. You will be forwarded to our login guide for your device ( including user manuals etc.).

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Common username/password combinations for Open-Xchange routers

We have compiled a list of the most common username/password combinations for Open-Xchange routers. Try the different combinations to log in. Often one of the listed combinations works.

Username Password
mailadminsecret

These methods don't work for me and I still not get access to my Open-Xchange router!

Nothing helped and you don't have access to your router? Then you can do a factory reset. In most cases you can perform a factory reset by pressing a small button on the back of your Open-Xchange router for about 10-20 seconds. Afterwards your Open-Xchange router lights up and needs several minutes to reset the settings. Because of the factory reset your Open-Xchange router loses the connection to all other connected devices and some devices have to be reconnected to the router after such a reset. If you are unsure, you should consult an expert to help you set up the router again.