The IP address 192.168.10.101 is registered by Internet Assigned Number Authority as part of the private network 192.168.10.101.
IP addresses in the private space are not assigned to any specific organization and anybody may use these IP addresses without the constant of a regional internet registry described in RFC 1918 unlike the public IP addresses
How to Access or login 192.168.10.101
You can access your admin page by typing 192.168.10.101 into the web browser address bar and you can check login password on the router manual
However, IP packets addressed from a private range cannot be sent through public internet and so if such a private network needs to connect to the internet, it has to be done through a network address translator (also called NAT) gateway or a proxy (usually a reachable on the port 8080).
A gateway web interface should be available through Http (hypertext transfer protocol secured protocol. To try this you should enter http://192.168.10.101 in the address bar of your favorite web browsers like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox and log in with the username and password provided by your provider
IF YOU CAN’T ACCESS OR LOGIN 192.168.10.101
if you can’t connect your router with the IP address 192.168.10.101 through Wi-Fi, connect an Ethernet cable between your router and your PC or laptop. Or just press the window’s key and ‘R’ together and type ‘cmd’ then press enter
HOW TO RECOVER YOUR WIRELESS ROUTER PASSWORD
Follow the stages below to recover the password of a wireless router.
• Click on the setup tab at the top and click wireless setting on the left side
• Click on the manual wireless network setup
• Scroll down the page to “wireless” security mode
This is the section where you specify the wireless password.
Your password may be visible or it may be all dots.
If all dots, you will need to re-enter a new password. When specifying a new password, ensure to click save settings at the top of the page once completed
How to Change Your Wireless Router Password
Every router is different in its own way, so always make reference to the manual that accompanied the router for security settings. However, if you wish to change your router’s password try the following steps:
Launch your preferred web browser and enter the address of your router into the browser’s address bar.
You need to enter 192.168.10.100. Press Enter. You may be asked for an administrator password – also printed on the router label.
You’ll see a page that resembles a website page, which is hosted in the router. From here, you can make changes to the router.
To change the default password, click the Administration tab (this may vary between routers). Some older routers come with weak passwords such as ‘admin’ that are easy to guess, so it’s important to use a good one.