Why Is My Asus Router Login Page In Chinese

Operating Systems

I recently encountered an interesting and somewhat perplexing situation with my ASUS router login page. Instead of the familiar English language, I was greeted with Chinese characters! As someone who is not fluent in Chinese, this presented a bit of a challenge. After doing some research and troubleshooting, I was able to unravel the mystery behind why my ASUS router login page was suddenly in Chinese.

One possible reason for this language change could be a firmware update. ASUS frequently releases updates for their router software to improve performance and security. Occasionally, these updates may also include language enhancements or changes. It’s possible that during a recent firmware update, the default language setting of the router was inadvertently changed to Chinese.

If you find yourself in a similar situation, the first step is to ensure that you are connected to the correct network. Double-check your Wi-Fi settings and make sure you are connected to your ASUS router. Sometimes, devices may inadvertently connect to a neighboring network with a different language setting, resulting in a different language appearing on the login page.

If you have confirmed that you are connected to the correct network and the login page is still in Chinese, the next step is to access the router settings and change the language back to English. To do this, you will need to log in to the router administration page.

Here’s how you can access the router administration page:

  1. Open a web browser on your computer or device connected to the ASUS router network.
  2. Type the default IP address of the router into the address bar. The default IP address for most ASUS routers is usually, but it may vary depending on your specific router model. You can find the default IP address in the router’s user manual or by doing a quick search online.
  3. Press the Enter key to load the router administration page.

Once you have successfully logged in to the router administration page, you can proceed to change the language setting back to English:

  1. Look for the language or international settings option in the router’s menu. The exact location and naming of this option may vary depending on your router model and firmware version.
  2. Select English or your preferred language from the available options.
  3. Save the changes and refresh the login page to see if the language has been switched back to English.

If the language remains in Chinese even after changing the settings, there are a few additional steps you can try:

  1. Clear your browser cache and cookies. Sometimes, cached data can cause display issues, including language changes on web pages.
  2. Try using a different web browser or device to access the router login page. It’s possible that the issue is specific to your current browser or device.

In conclusion, finding your ASUS router login page suddenly in Chinese can be a bit disorienting. Thankfully, it’s usually a minor issue that can be resolved by accessing the router administration page and changing the language setting back to English. Remember to double-check your network connection and try clearing your browser cache if the language change persists. Happy browsing!


Encountering a Chinese login page on your ASUS router can be a surprising experience. While it may be inconvenient, it’s usually a simple matter of adjusting the language settings in the router administration page. By following the steps outlined in this article, you should be able to resolve the issue and regain access to your router in the language you prefer.