Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Home Blog Page 3

192.168.1.1 Login admin

192.168.1.1 IP address is one of the most popular IP addresses for routers. It’s used to enter in web-interface which also known as the admin panel.

It’s the default gateway of most wireless routers or ADSL modems. There are several IP main addresses a router can take, 192.168.l.l is the most common one though 10.0.0.1 or 192.168.0.1 are also other options. These are commonly known as host addresses.

How to Access or login 192.168.1.1

There are a couple of reasons why you might want to access a router using 192.168.1.1. Perhaps you’ve just bought a router and you need to access the router setup wizard to make it work.

Or maybe you’ve used NetSpot, a simple yet powerful application for Windows and macOS computers that can help you manage your wireless networks, and discovered that you should switch to a different wireless channel.

Regardless of what your reason for wanting to learn how to access routers, here are steps to login from 192.168.1:

 Step 1. Turn on your router and connect it to your computer with an Ethernet cable.

Some routers allow you to connect to them wirelessly, but Linksys routers have this feature disabled by default for security reasons.

Step 2. Open your favourite web browser and type “http://192.168.1.1” into the address bar.

You can leave out the “Http://” part if you want to save a few keystrokes.

Step 3. Enter the correct router login/password combination.

How to Fix the 192.168.1.1 and Get Logged into your Router

Why Can’t access 192.168.1.1

> IP address issues with your device.

> Issues with the router.

> Entering the wrong IP address.

> Some Hardware issues.

Fix to access 192.168.1.1

1. Reset your Router.
keep your router ON. A reset button is there on the back of your router. Use a paper pin and hold that button for approx 20 to 30 seconds. Unplug everything and plug it again and wit for the router to come up.

2. Check for the correct IP address.

Go to the Start button then select Command Prompt.

Enter “ipconfig” and press the Enter on command prompt.

In the Default Gateway section, your IP address is visible.

3. Check for Network test

Go to the Start button then select Command Prompt.

Enter “ping with your router IP address” and press the Enter on command prompt.

Here you will receive reply from router that helps you gain access.

Changing Your Router’s Password

The first thing you should do after gaining access to your router is to change the default password to something more secure. If you were to leave the default password as it is, someone else could just walk up to your router and mess with its settings. The person could, for example, disable your wireless security and capture your personal information without you knowing about it.

To change your router’s password:

Enter your router’s 192.168.1.1 into your favourite web browser.

Log in with the default username and password (both admin, usually).

Go to settings.

Select Change Router Password or a similar option.

Enter the new password.

Save the new settings.

Remember that a strong password is at least eight characters long and consists of a combination of letters, numbers, and special characters.

How to Recover 192.168.1.1 Username and Password

The 192.168.1.1 Router reset button is usually located in the back part of your router. If you do perform a complete factory reset, all your settings and configurations will be lost and will have to be entered again, though a simple restart keeps each one of the configurations in place.

Steps to Recover Router username and password

The only way to recover Router Username and password is to reset it.

Step 1: Find the reset button on your Router.

Step 2: Press and Hold it for 10 seconds and release it when all LED blinked

Step 3: Wait for some time and connect it with PC.

Step 4: Open Browser and type 192.168.1.1 in URL bar > Enter.

Step 5: Here your username and password will be admin – password or admin – admin.