0.1.1.192.168 correct login
Having trouble getting access to your router, don’t worry
it’s almost because of that wrong IP address, which should be like this http://192.168.0.1
What is an IP Address?
An IP address is a network address for your computer so the Internet knows where to send you.
In order to access your router, fill in 192.168.1.1 in your browser’s address bar.
192.168.1.1 IP address is the default gateway of most wireless routers or ADSL modems.
Why would you want to log into your Wi-Fi router?
There are plenty of reasons to log in to your router and many settings you can take advantage of to customize and secure your network.
How to access your router?
- Type http://192.168.1.1 manually into your browser’s address bar.
Note: The IP Address of the router can be changed by these factors:
- If you run the setup CD of the router
- If you change it on the web-based setup page of the router
If you forgot the IP address of the router, you can try one of these steps:
- Check the IP address of the router
- Press the Reset button at the back of the router for 30 seconds.
Note: This procedure resets your router to factory defaults.
Any settings on the router erased.
The IP address of the router will be 192.168.1.1 and the password is admin after you reset it.
2. A new window prompts for a User name And Password. Type admin for User name and Password, since admin is the default user name password, and then click OK.
Once you access the web-based setup of the router, you can rename your network, alter the password, adjust the security level, create a guest network, and set up or modify a variety of other options.
Modifying Network Setting
There are a number of network settings that you may want to change
Network name – this is the name users will see when searching for a network with which to connect.
You can modify it to make it more obvious if there are competing Wi-Fi networks in the area.
You can also choose to hide the SSID which means the name must be known by users in order to achieve access.
Channel – you can select the channel that your Wi-Fi network uses to transmit data to the connected devices.
Some routers can be set to automatically find the most appropriate channel.
The result of a network review may indicate that you need to change channels to improve performance.