Can’t sign into Ignite WiFi Hub

Trying to sign into the Ignite WiFiTM Hub app or website but getting an error message? Try these troubleshooting steps in sequence to solve the problem.

If you’re signed in but having trouble within Ignite WiFi Hub, check out our troubleshooting pages for the Ignite WiFi Hub app or Ignite WiFi Hub website.

Step 1: Make sure you have the Ignite WiFi Gateway modem

Ignite WiFi Hub is only compatible with the Ignite WiFi Gateway modem, which comes with our new Ignite Internet packages. If you don’t have the Ignite WiFi Gateway modem, unfortunately you will not be able to access Ignite WiFi Hub.

To check which modem you have, visit your MyRogers Internet dashboard.

To upgrade to a new Ignite Internet package that comes with Ignite WiFi Hub, start here.

Step 2: Make sure you’re signed up for MyRogers

Haven’t created your MyRogers account yet? You need a MyRogers account to access Ignite WiFi Hub. Visit this article to finish setting up your MyRogers account.

Step 3: Make sure you’re able to sign into your MyRogers account on rogers.com

If your credentials aren’t recognized, follow these steps to reset your MyRogers username and/or password.

If you get an error message saying “Your profile has been locked for up to 30 minutes due to too many sign-in attempts,” you (or someone else) has tried signing in too many times with the wrong password. Wait at least 30 minutes before trying to sign in again.

Step 4: Make sure your MyRogers is linked to your new Ignite Internet package

Here’s how to confirm this:

  1. Sign into MyRogers.
  2. Visit your Internet dashboard.
  3. Check that your dashboard has an image of the Ignite WiFi Gateway modem (XB6).

Step 5: Try signing into Ignite WiFi Hub again

If you’re still get an error message when signing into Ignite WiFi Hub, follow the instructions below based on the message you’re seeing:

“Sorry, there is a problem on our end. Thanks for your patience while we fix it. Please check back later” (On the website only)

  • You may be seeing this message because your session timed out and you were redirected back to the sign-in page. Try opening a new browser window and signing in again at ignitewifi.rogers.com.

“Sorry, we’re experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later” or “Your Gateway May Be Offline”

  • If none of your devices can access the internet right now, try troubleshooting your Ignite WiFi Gateway.
  • If your internet is working, try restarting your modem by unplugging it from the power outlet, waiting 10 seconds, then plugging it back in.

“Sorry, the username and/or password entered is not recognized. Please try again.”

  • Since you’ve already confirmed your MyRogers username and password in the above steps, we know they’re correct.
  • If you’re using a password manager (you may have one built into your web browser or device settings), check that it has the correct username and password stored for your MyRogers and Ignite WiFi Hub accounts.
  • Use the Show/Hide option on the Password field to confirm that the password is being entered correctly.

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Still having issues or seeing a different error message? Contact Technical Support and we’ll help you out.