Fixed: Getting Routerlogin.net Certificate Not Trusted Error

The most recent models of Netgear wireless routers offers secure web access from your LAN or Local Area Network. This shows that the router's web access is encrypted through the Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure or HTTPS protocol instead of the Hyper Text Transfer Protocol or HTTP.

The extra security of HTTPS requires you to verify if http://www.routerlogin.net is secure. Therefore, a security warning saying 'connection is not private' or 'the certificate from routerlogin.net is not trusted' appears. In such a case, you need to add the security certificate for routerlogin.net to your local computer. As soon as the certificate gets added, your local PC saves this information and doesn't display any warning again.

Routerlogin.net Certificate Not Trusted [RESOLVED]

To store the certification for www.routerlogin.net to your web browser, go through the steps below on the basis of the browser you make use of:

Google Chrome

  • Launch Google Chrome web browser and access the routerlogin web page.

  • A security warning comes into view that says routerlogin.net certificate is not trusted.

  • Hit on the Proceed to www.routerlogin.net option.

  • The router login window displays.

  • Enter the user ID and password.

  • Save the routerlogin certificate to a file.

  • Now, choose the Copy to File option.

  • A wizard will open providing you installation instructions.

  • Follow them carefully.

  • Once done, click on the Finish button.

  • Select the radio button that says 'Place all certificates in the following store'.

  • Now, walk through on-screen steps to install the certificate.

Internet Explorer

  • Pull up the Internet Explorer on your PC.

  • Access the Netgear router login web page.

  • Click on the 'Continue to this website' link.

  • Hit the red icon appearing next to the Certificate Error.

  • Click on the View Certificates > Install Certificate button.

  • Thereafter, select Browse and click Trusted Root Certificate Authorities.

  • Hit Finish.

  • Now, follow the on-screen prompts to install the routerlogin certificate.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Open up the Firefox browser of your device.

  • Log in to your Netgear router via routerlogin.net.

  • If routerlogin.net not working power cycle your router and try again.

  • Once you are on the login window, a security warning comes into view.

  • Hit the View Certificate option.

  • Click Export.

  • Save it to an easily accessible location in your PC.

  • Double-click on the file where you have stored the certificate.

  • Hit the Install Certificate option.

  • Click Browse and then hit the Trusted Root Certificate Authorities.

  • The next step requires you to hit the button that says Finish.

  • Go through the on-screen steps and install the certificate.

Microsoft Edge

  • Open the Edge browser and navigate to the routerlogin.net web interface.

  • Click on the Go on to the webpage option.

  • Select a file to save the certificate.

  • Hit View Certificates.

  • Choose the button that says Export to File.

  • Save the file to your preferred location.

  • Open the saved file.

  • Hit the Install Certificate option.

  • Click on the Browse > Trusted Root Certification Authorities option.

  • Now, go through the instructions and install the certificate.

That's how you can get rid of the routerlogin.net certificate not trusted error.

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