The default username for Panasonic IP cameras is admin and the default password 12345. However, Panasonic is one of the oldest CCTV manufacturers in the market and they have a variety of security surveillance products that use various default credentials.
In the list below we’ve collected the most popular default username and password combinations used by Panasonic. You may need to try all of them until you get a hit. They are applicable to Panasonic IP cameras, DVR, NVR, or any CCTV equipment.
- Username: admin and Password: 12345
- Username: admin and Password: 1234
- Username: root and Password: 1234
- Username: admin and Password: admin
Additionally, you may find the default credentials and other instructions by checking the manual that the camera comes with. Also, you can enter the camera’s model on Panasonic’s website to download the online user guide.
Panasonic Camera Default IP address
The default IP address of Panasonic IP cameras is usually 192.168.0.10 or 10.1.1.12. If it was changed, you can use regular IP scanner software to find the new address. Make sure the camera is connected to the same network as the laptop/computer.
Panasonic Camera Login Instructions
- Open your web browser Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or any other browser)
- Enter the IP address of the camera. If you don’t know it, use an IP scanner to locate the camera’s address, or just try the default one which depends on the model (check the manual).
- Then you should see the login screen as shown below.
- Enter the default credentials. The default username for your Panasonic IP Camera is admin and the default password is 12345.
- Click login and you should see the camera’s back end including the live picture and the settings.
If the default credentials don’t work with your Panasonic IP camera, it means that some changed it. Call the Panasonic support to reset the camera or you can try to reset yourself by pressing the reset button on the camera for approximately 15 seconds.
Keep in mind that some cameras have no reset button. Just inspect the camera and check if you see a black round button. If not, consult the manual.
Once the camera is reset, you can try to access it using the default password. The reset will erase all the settings on the Panasonic IP camera (or DVR, NVR), basically, it’s like starting the setup out of the box.