192.168.1.1

WHY IS THE ADDRESS WHICH WE ARE WRITING ABOUT (192.168.1.1) A DEFAULT INTERNET PROTOCOL ADDRESS?

192.168.1.1, the default Internet Protocol address, is employed on private networks by means of a Linksys router. Also, it can be employed by other devices which are connected to private networks (meaning that they are restricted to the Linksys system). There are some other default addresses which are frequently used, some of them being 192.168.2.1 as well as 192.168.0.1, but they are reserved for private use by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority. Thus, the primary aim of this default address for Linksys is providing an address for network administrator or the end-user so as to be linked to the router of the network and to carry out a configuration or some administration functions for the said network.

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HOW WE CAN WE USE 192.168.1.1 TO HAVE ACCESS TO THE SETUP OF A LINKSYS ROUTER?

The address 192.168.1.1 is usually employed for accessing the webpage of the Linksys router setup. Thus, the end-users usually log onto this page so as to change or set up the wireless safety mode, or to change and set up the network name (or SSID), as well as to change or set up the key for the network security.

192.168.l.l

These are the steps we are to undertake to access the said setup:

  1. It is necessary to switch on the LinkSys router. After that, you should link the PC with the router by way of an Ethernetcable (this should be done in one of the total of 4 Ethernet ports which can be found in the back or the rear of the piece of equipment). It is relevant to take be aware that a Linksys router call for connecting to the router by employing the Ethernet technique– in other words, take care not to support the link by way of broadband or
  2. Start the web browser of the computer. After that, type in 192.168.1.1 into the address bar of the browser and push the Return or the Enter key. Many users type 192.168.l.1 or 192.168.l.0 and this doesn’t launch the admin web page, so be careful.
  3. Type in the username and the password which you had set already for use on the router. In the case that you are employing a brand new router or failed to alter the factory default settings, then the default username for a recent Linksys router is the following: blank or no entry for the username and, the password being admin.
  4. The menu option Wireless should now be clicked. After that, the “Configuration View” should be set to “Manual” with the purpose of seeing the network name (or the SSID) used by the broadband network which you are using.
  5. Pick the menu option “Wireless Security.” Take note of the “Security Mode” as well as the “Passphrase” being used on the network. In the case that they are not set, they can be entered at that moment. In fact, newer models of Linksys routers will ask you to enter 4 passphrases for the network. The, the “TX Key” entry is bound to correspond with the passphrase which is active on the network. Note that the passphrases are case sensitive for Linksys wireless networks are case sensitive, as opposed to pure Windows apps.
  6. The last step is logging out of the router menu for setting up and then disconnect the computer from your router.
AND HOW CAN WE RESET THE ROUTER?

192.168.1.1

The default address which is our topic – 192.168.1.1 – also has another purpose, that being the resetting of the Linksys router to its factory defaults. Why does this need arise? Usually when it happens that a specific end-user has forgotten his or her network passphrase or the router passphrase or login. Also it can be the case that there are constant router issues which need to be resolved. So how is this done? These are the steps.

  1. You need to locate the button for a reset which can be found on the router back or rear. When you find the button, press it for ten seconds (this is valid for an 802.11N supported Linksys device) or thirty seconds for router which are of an older date – and the device needs to be switched on. When the router indication lights are turned back on (the lights for the Internet, the Power light and the WLAN light), then you can let go of the button.
  2. Use an Ethernet cable in order to establish a link between the router and the computer. The majority of Linksys routers have as many as 4 Ethernet ports which can be found on the back of the said device located, and next to the button for reset. In fact, the Ethernet cable is inserted into any port.
  3. Then start the web browser of the computer you are using. In case you are working on a Mac, there have been issues with the browser called Opera and its linking to a Linksys router. If this happen, just switch to Mozilla Firefox in order to set upa good connection with the router.
  4. After the third step, you need to enter 192.168.1.1 (not 192.168.l.1 or 192.168.l.0) into the address bar of the web browser, and after that, select the “enter” or the “return” key. The result is that the page for the Linksys router setup will be displayed. To end this step, type in “admin” for the login name (or no name, depending on the router’s age) while the passphrase is “admin.”
  5. The last step is as follows: you need to continue with the setup to the Linksys router I order to establish a network name (or SSID), an encryption type, as well as passwords for the network.
WHAT IS THE MEANING OF WIRELESS HOME NETWORK SAFETY OR SECURITY?

The mentioned default IP address has another purpose, expect as quoted above. It is also used for taking careful measured for home network safety. In point of fact, while hurrying to obtain a home wireless network, a number of users skip the necessary steps which need to be carried out in the purpose of establishing basic wireless network safety. There are some newer models of routers which more or less compelend-users to carry out a procedure of setting up network safety, but many do not have this safety measure installed. What you need to do to set up a wireless home safety is the following:

  • You first need to alter the router’s default username as well as password. A great number of users of PCs presume that the routers they are using at home are secure and that no one can access them without the proper network password. However, it is a fact that there is considerable vulnerability in use and if router logins and passwords are set to default settings, then the setup configuration menu can make use of the address IP 192.168.1.1 and even change the settings. Therefore it is recommended to change the default IP 192.168.1.1 into another one from the same IP range. Just make sure not to enter 192.168.l.1 or 192.168.l.0. It is the most common mistake you can do and which can cause you troubles and waste your time.
  • You need to set up a unique SSID or network name. Routers like Linksys as well as some other ones will have a default SSID which is shown to the users located within the device’s range and which is usually “linksys.” To know the SSID of a network is sure to be a great deal of help to all those who wish to force an entry into our network. However, it is possible to alter the SSID by way of the router setup page which must not include the the default corporate name.
  • Now switch on the wireless network safety. It is important to pick the most powerful encryption form which has the support of all the wireless devices located in our homes. In fact, the safety type is chosen in the menu of the wireless router configuration. In the case that you have selected the WEP standard, make sure that you have established a routine for changing the password (usually a monthly routine is the best for most people) if it should happen that your password was cracked.
  • Think about facilitating MAC address filtering, as every device which can be connected to a network has a physical or MAC address. In fact, wireless routers have the ability to track and employ a MAC address for the purpose of filtering network access. This can help to add an additional layer of safety, although it must not be the single means of network safety which is being used. MAC filtering can be more effective if it is combined with wireless encryption.
  • The next step is turning off the SSID Broadcast. A number of wireless routers give the option of automatically broadcasting the SSID at regular intervals. However, this may boost the chance that someone undesirable can try to get access. We know those people as well as devices which will be linking to our home network so the network name can be provided for users for configuration of the device. Also, they ought to be disabled on the setup page of the Linksys router.
  • It is best to steer clear of auto-linking in order to unlock wireless networks. In fact, this step has nothing to do with the use of 192.168.1.1 for the configuring of the wireless router, although hit can be important. As a matter of fact, if there is a network which is open and you link to that instead of the network you usually use, the result can be an exposing of the home network as well as the wireless device to an additional safety risk. It is best to disconnect manually after accepting a link to an open network, as this will help put off future links.
  • Switch on the router’s firewall as well as all the computers on the network. You can configure the firewall on a Linksys router by way of the configuration panel. By switching this firewall as well as all the firewalls of the clients which are using the computers which have access to the network are sure to guarantee that the network as well as the individual PCs have protection against network intruders.

Now when you have read about some specific networking tasks, the use of 192.168.1.1, and why you should take care not to type 192.168.l.1 or 192.168.l.0 – it is time to learn something about Internet Protocol Addresses.

WHAT IS THE BEST DEFINITION OF INTERNET PROTOCOL?
The Internet Protocol (and its most common abbreviation is the IP) is the method or protocol that is applied to transfer data which is located on the Internet from one computer to another one. That is to say, each and every PC (or in other words, the host) that is connected to the Internet has at least one IP address which tells it apart it from the other computers that are also connected to the Internet. In addition, when information is transmitted or being received (such as for example an e-mail or even a Web page), the message is divided into little chunks of information which are dubbed packets. In effect, each packet has the receiver’s and the sender’s Internet addresses. Additionally, each packet is primarily sent to what is called a gateway computer that has the ability to make out a small part of the Internet. After that, the gateway computer proceeds to interpret the address known as the destination one, advancing the packet to something named an adjacent gateway. This gateway in turn continues to interpret the destination address on the Internet up until the gateway I able to identify the packet, thereby considering that the packet is part of a PC within its vicinity. Following this, the gateway continues to advance the packet directly to the address which is specified on the computer.

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WHAT PRECISELY DOES THE INTERNET PROTOCOL DO?

Because each and every message consists of packets, each packet must be able, if so necessary, to be transmitted by a distinctive Internet path way. As it happens, these packets are delivered differently in comparison with how they were transmitted, as the Internet Protocol serves only for conveying messages. There is another type of protocol which is named the Transmission Control Protocol (or TCP in short)which serves for putting the messages in the right kind of order.

In general, the IP is what is called a link less or connectionless procedure or protocol, which simply means there is no permanent connection which links those end points entering into interaction or communication. Thus, every packet making its way through the Internet is regarded as an independent chunk of data with no links with any other data. In fact, these packets are in the end set in a proper order because of the TCP protocol and, as already ascertained, it is a procedure or protocol that is adjusted to linking. Furthermore, it keeps a trace of the chain of a packet contained by a specific message.

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WHICH VERSION IS USED MOST FREQUENTLY AT PRESENT?

The Internet Protocol address which is used most frequently now is IPv4. This happens to be the 4th version of IP. Although we must say that the 6th version (IPv6) has been gaining plenty of support lately. In fact, this IP version can access IP addresses that are considerably longer, thus giving the option of a larger number of Internet users. Also, this version, which is the latest one, includes the power of Version 4, so that any server that can support the packets of Version 6 can also support those of Version 4.

BUT WHAT EXACTLY IS AN IP ADDRESS?

An IP address is an address which contains a 32-bit numeral that has the ability to identify the senders (and receivers) of information that is forwarded as packets on the Internet, and which is assigned to various devices, such as the computer, routers, mobile devices, and printers. There are two parts in every IP address: 1. an identifier of a specific Internet network, and 2. a device identifier on the network (which means a server or a work station). An IP address contains four numerals which are divided by periods or full stops. This is very important because typing the small letter L in the IP is wrong and most people are doing it – 192.168.l.1 and 192.168.l.0 looks the same as 192.168.1.1, but it is not the same. It will end up in an error. The numerals which form these kinds of addresses are called octets (due to the fact that there are 8 positions in a binary representation which contains 32 bits). Also, every position in a binary form is either in an on or an off (1 / 0) state, although here is a sum potential combining of 256 per octet numerals. So, with potential octets within one IP address, roughly 4.3 billion possible values are possible. Of these, there exist so called restricted addresses which are not used for IP addresses. An instance of this is 255.255.255.255, which is employed only for network broadcasting, 0.0.0.0, which is for default network addresses, as well as 127.0.0.1 which is the so called loopback address used by clients or host computers.

A standard example of a customary home network uses an IP address that begins its sequence by means of the following line of number – 192.168. By and large, these addresses appear like these two – 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.2.1. It is important to know that the IP is made of numbers, not letters – so 192.168.l.1 and 192.168.l.0 is not a valid IP address although many users make this mistake.

There are two basic reasons why IP addresses are used: the first one is location addressing and the second one is network identifying. These addresses were initially created with the purpose of preventing the addresses of the IP version 4 from overload.

WHAT ARE PRIVATE AND WHAT ARE PUBLIC IP ADDRESSES?

A public IP address is one which the Internet has access to. In fact, like mail addresses for delivering mail to our homes, an IP address which is public is the distinctive and one-only IP address which is allocated to a device. If you wish to find the public IP address which you are using, it is found at the page called ‘What is my IP Address.’

WHAT IS A PRIVATE INTERNET PROTOCOL ADDRESS?

On the other hand, a private IP address, in our case 192.168.1.1, is for assigning to devices, that us, computers in our private space but without allowing them to be directly exposed to the Internet. To illustrate, in the case that there are multiple devices in our home, we perhaps would want to use these private addresses for each and every device at home. If this is the state of affairs, our router will have a public IP address, but all the devices, be they a PC, a smart phone, a tablet or a printer which are linked to the router (by way of Wi-Fi or wired) have private IP addresses from the router and by way of the DHCP protocol.

The organization which registers IP address ranges to ISPs (Internet Service Providers) and various organizations is called IANA or the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority. In order to let organizations allocate private Internet Protocol addresses, the InterNIC (or the Network Information Center) earmarks specific blocks of addresses for private usage.

All in all, a private IP address entails the following: this is the specific address space which is assigned by the InterNIC center in order to let various organizations make their very own private networks. In fact, there are 3 blocks of IP which are reserved for private usage (these are 1 class A, followed by 1 class B, then 1 class C). Private IP addresses, as has already been mentioned, are most often allocated to PCs, smart phones, printers, and tablets in your home, and PCs used by organizations. Thereby, when a PC is allocated this address, the devices in our home can see this computer by way of its private Internet Protocol address. On the other hand, the devices which are located externally from the local network do not have the capacity for direct communication by way of the private IP address. Rather, they use the public IP address of the router for communication. In order to permit direct access for a device that is allocated a private IP address, it is necessary to use a NAT (or a Network Address Translator).

In conclusion, this kind of Internet Protocol address generally entails that a router cannot be connected in the case that this address is utilized externally (from the home network). It is called a private address due to the fact that it is created inside the router’s firmware (firmware is the kind of software which renders control, monitoring as well as data manipulation). Also, this address permits computer or device access to users by utilizing a browser on the computer by typing 192.168.1.1 in the URL bar (and linked with the router which has a default IP 192.168.1.1).

192.168.l.1 AND 192.168.l.0

Since it is a common mistake which can take you some time to figure out that you are typing the wrong one, we have to say this again – 192.168.l.1 and 192.168.l.0 is wrong, the correct is 192.168.1.1.

SO HOW DO PRIVATE INTERNET PROTOCOL ADDRESSES ACTUALLY WORK?

The private Internet Protocol address ranges are the following:

As you can see the IP 192.168.1.1 belongs to this IP address range. The address which is our topic – 192.168.1.1 – happens to be a private address on the Internet Protocol. In fact, an address is regarded as private if it is within an address span which is reserved for private use. In fact, these addresses are typically employed on local networks which comprise of business LANs and schools. Thus, a device using a private IP address cannot connect directly with the Internet. Equally, a device which is located externally from the local network cannot link to a device by using a private address in a direct manner. Hence, these links must pass through a device (or, of course, a router) using NAT (short for Network Address Translation) that renders an additional level of safety to the local network. And finally, for the last time, always check if you are typing the IP correctly since 192.168.l.1 and 192.168.l.0 is not an IP address.

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  1. Note that the default password is the MAC address printed on the bottom of the router.

  2. IP address/password?

  3. I experienced the problem of not being able to display the web address of my router .

  4. you see many gateways with only 1 lan port

  5. It is just probably the way your modem is configured in the first place.

  6. turn off the wifi signal on your old modem/router

  7. it must takes you to your original DSL modem’s webpage

  8. how can I add a new IP login

  9. make sure you wire it properly

  10. I thought of getting a better router which simply has a longer range

  11. But i don’t know what the Username and Password

  12. this is the default IP Address that you get with normally every ADSL Router

  13. Be sure that your router is joined with your link or DSL modem

  14. Type 192.168.1.1 without quotes so is

  15. see this button on disabled status

  16. Changing your network name and password every few months

  17. you will have to reset the Switch to its factory default settings

  18. PLDT Home Ultera has different

  19. where to put the default password of modems

  20. type the default access of the router in the address bar

  21. You can assign a password to restrict login and printer access

  22. Because the default IP address for the modem router is 192.168.1.1

    • Original router was 192.168.1.1

  23. He told me not to change the default Wifi password

  24. Leave the password blank by default

  25. get an IP address automatically from the router

  26. record any password change

  27. device password and tap Log In

  28. entering the IP address of the D-Link router

  29. Type the IP address of your choice

  30. You can change this from the default

  31. It is necessary to specify settings in advance to use some functions of the machine

  32. Just like another commonly used private IP address 192.168.1.1

  33. You are probably trying to access as admin

  34. Router Settings Page Firstly

  35. I didn’t changed the password but I can have access

  36. this is really annoying me, ive tried about 50 different passwords for this and none of them work

  37. only loading….and no connection…

  38. Am all ready tried default password …but its didn’t working

  39. this is a nightmare

  40. can somebody tell me how to reset it

    • check at the back of your router

  41. i cant set password

  42. Just try to press login without typing any password

  43. does anyone know the current default

  44. this solves the problem

  45. How to reset Motorola CPEi 300

  46. it works for me all the time

    • can u tell me how

  47. Which IP? the local LAN IP or

  48. I statically set the IP of the router, and I enable DMZ from the modem to the router

    • It happened to me too

  49. excellent work

  50. please suggest how to stop others from using my IP through wIfI

  51. what if I dont have the password

  52. my reset button is also broken

  53. the whole town is using my internet

  54. there supposed to be a box where you can type the new password and confirmation box isnt it

  55. it works thanks

  56. reset all the settings and config

  57. How do I not broadcast the name?

  58. is there a way my ISP had changed it

  59. I have tried that password and it didn’t worked

  60. I have the same setup as you

  61. l.l password change

    • Why did they change it?

  62. i can’t access to 192.168.1.1
    plssss! help me

    • me too., that password didn’t work

  63. Hi, I purchased an R36 USB router and a model AWUSO36H wireless USB adapter and cannot log into the web page http://192.168.1.1 to set up the system. any other web page or suggestions you would have to help??

  64. same problem as listed- tried using admin for admin and password for password at 192.168.1.1

  65. you must use the new one

  66. copy-paste the below given default username and password

  67. how can I change

  68. Change the Wireless Password or Network Name (SSID)

  69. Once you’ve restored your settings, you’ll need to use the original device

  70. Change BSNL broadband WiFi Router Password

  71. leave the Username field blank

  72. login information pls

  73. after i hard reset the router and do the quick setup

  74. you can customise this within the user interface

  75. set up a new strong password for the router

  76. I’ve reset the router multiple times, unplugged computer, modem, router and started it back up

  77. it will use its default IP

  78. change your router password from default to an in number and secure one

  79. The default password consists of 6 characters

  80. By default, NetComm modems have an IP of 192.168.1.1

  81. Default password of bsnl teracom modem gateway is not working

  82. change the default router admin password to keep your network secure

  83. To change your Wi-Fi password, you’ll need to open your router’s configuration page

  84. changed it before

  85. username and password will be “admin” after resetting

  86. in chrome it says “ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED”

  87. For help go to wired and wireless connection

  88. Once you’ve pressed Enter, you will be prompted for a username & a password

  89. no ADSL connection, no wireless???

  90. look at your wi-fi, perhaps it is out of work or you have chosen the wrong wireless network

  91. checking cable connections

  92. Reset the router to factory default settings (clear all settings)

  93. configure USB port

  94. Was fine for months but now I can’t connect

  95. Each Router Settings utilizes certain Wi-Fi frequency ranges called channels

  96. Insert the bundled AC adapter into this port and connect your router to a default IP address

  97. You just need to have a router in case you have more than one computer

  98. The radvd program can be used to set up an IPv6 router

  99. Because the default IP address for the modem router is 192.168.1.1

  100. Connect Directly to the Router with a network cable, disable wireless on laptop

  101. Unable to resolve error

  102. Use this mode to connect the local network

  103. l.l Admin Login Id Username and Passwords

  104. Most Linksys routers have the same default settings

  105. all router functions is done on my Archer C9 which uses that ip

  106. Using the number, is actually an easy way to configure your router

  107. type into the URL field at the top of the browser

  108. applying the settings

  109. LAN IP setup uses IP address 192.168.1.1 and network mask 255.255.255.0

  110. If you reset your FlashRouter to default settings the router IP address will change to this

  111. The Asus RT-N66U has a web interface for configuration

  112. from l.l you will be able to setup the modem and set the proper Router Settings

  113. check the IP address in your operating system’s configuration

  114. Make sure your computer has TCP/IP Protocol setup as “Obtain IP address

  115. The reason you can’t connect it the routers IP address is not 192.168.1.1.

  116. This IP is usually of the Linksys router setup

  117. NetComm modems have an IP of 192.168.1.1

  118. I have tried every way possible to get into router setting technical don’t have a clue

  119. you’ll find the Wi-Fi password on a label stuck to the router

  120. open the router management interface, in the pop-up login box, enter the router’s administrative account

  121. Try using a different laptop with an Ethernet cable to connect to the wireless router

  122. set up your modem and router combination

  123. I would try this: in cmd: “ipconfig /release” and then “ipconfig /renew”

  124. why can’t you hook up a cable to it with a laptop and see if that works?

  125. How would I recover my password?

  126. I want to change my user name and password

  127. username and password depends on the router that the IP address belongs to

  128. simply reset the router

  129. Log in with the IP address of the internal interface/bridge of the OpenWrt-device is 192.168.1.1

  130. enter into your browser’s

  131. Connect your computer to the router by cable

  132. You’ll need to log in to your dashboard with your user name and password

  133. Once you enter 192.168.1.1 Login to your web browser you will get complete management panel to change settings of it

  134. I want to configure my RVS4000 router

  135. Why doesn’t IP address 192.168.1.1 for router login on my iPad?

  136. Try checking cable connections or change another cable to use

  137. Once you enter the admin, you’ll be able to set proxy, wireless function, MAC address, DNS, DHCP

  138. In case the router login is forgotten, you will to reset the router

  139. I’ve been trying for months and still I cant log- in

  140. When you log in for the first time, you’ll be asked to create a new username and password

  141. If prompted for login information, enter admin for both the username

  142. need router’s default login information

  143. default passwords are not working for my router

  144. sign in directly to your local router at work or home

  145. Manual says to log in at 192.168.1.1, but I cannot seem to access that

  146. TP-LINK is a company that is fully committed to developing its products

  147. Login – Admin; In most of the home

  148. Enter your username and password

  149. I checked cables

  150. you will find them work with many routers like Linksys, TP-link, D-link…

  151. enter the router’s administrative account

  152. to connect to the Wi-Fi network, you’ll need to know the password

  153. N»e”¤²%!ö†L”2ikCµ

  154. Open the connection info and confirm the gateway

  155. 192.168.0.1 is not the same as 192.168.1.1

  156. I have one pc – fw and gw at the same time (for ex 192.168.0.1) Windows 2003

  157. Where 192.168.1.1 is replaced with the IP of your server

  158. When i try to connect to 192.168.1.1 it won’t either my connection droppes or it says can’t connect

  159. If ping succesfull, TOP PCB board of Wi-Fi FPV module is alive ping 192.168.1.10

  160. I have connected both computers (one PC and one MacBook Pro) with an ethernet cable.

  161. look through the list of devices connected

  162. to find that ip, visit your router page

  163. I honestly don’t know what a DNS is

  164. can I use a custom domain like myrouter.com

  165. port scan detected with remote IP

  166. you may need to purchase a wireless access point

  167. enter: “http://192.168.1.1/” and then the username and password

  168. typing Ctrl L then smb://192.168.1.1

  169. I get a singularly unhelpful message “unable to connect”.

  170. Trying to reconfigure my Netcomm NB5 modem and forward some ports for BT.

  171. just enter 192.168.1.1 into I.E. and it should open up

  172. 192.168.1.1 is probably the IP address of your router.

  173. problèmes sont liés, comment faire pour accéder au 192.168.1.1 ?

  174. The airGateway’s self assigned IP address is 192.168.1.1

  175. In about another 7 minutes the board stops receiving messages

  176. Hard rest using a paper clip doesn’t do it.

  177. installed the latest piratebox on MR3020

  178. could you please give my a simple procedure

  179. find log out button at gateway address

  180. my browser redirects me to 192.168.1.1 /

  181. My computer is using 192.168.1.101. 3. I use McAfee Internet

  182. DSL line is connected to a Netgear Wireless Router

  183. I have a lot of problems accessing the router

  184. Even contacting Linksys support has not helped

  185. I was able to login easily in the previous internetwork

  186. Yours will probably look like 192.168.1.1.

  187. I am on Win 10 Home 64 bit, I noticed that I cannot reach my wi-fi router config page

  188. try Chrome and Internet Explorer

  189. I have a TL-wr1043nd router with Gargoyle pre-installed, but I can’t access it via 192.168.1.1

  190. All I get is timed out or page not found etc.

  191. my net is working perfectly now,tnx

  192. I tried so many times but i am not able to open 192.168.1.1

  193. It’s working but I can’t access router site

  194. I have another problem with same router

  195. IP of the device has to be 192.168.1.1

  196. How can I get the admin password for my router?

  197. I went to the 192.168.1.1 page where it says to type in a username and password

  198. 192.168.1.1 Login

  199. Everytime I type in the 192.168.1.1 address, I receive a message “Internet Explorer Cannot Display. Webpage”

  200. Need help logging on to admin account

  201. A lot of people find it difficult locating the default router password for their wireless router

  202. going to get you to the default username and password for ip address

  203. I’ve tried different variations

  204. 192.168.1.1 is the right ip according to the data you posted

  205. connection isn’t working because something else changed the proxy settings

  206. my ip default gateway number is 192.168.1.1 which only opens a blank page

  207. Screen says it can’t display the page

  208. Are you having a problem with reaching the router login?/

  209. Router is working fine but I still access it to alter any settings

  210. the resetting did at least work partly

  211. the Linksys router isn’t adhering to some standard or protocol correctly

  212. Not working means the page won’t load

  213. Submit any pending changes before refreshing

  214. I can ping 192.168.1.1 and I have internet access

  215. I can connect to the internet and browse any site

  216. check your router for the correct IP

  217. Double-click the Local Area Connection icon

  218. I had the same problem guys.

  219. Check to see if there is more than one Ethernet connection

  220. Linksys is now a division of Cisco

  221. How do I change default ip gateway

  222. What is 1.1.1.1

  223. You get to have 192.168.1.1 Login Admin with this Address

  224. or ADSL modem

  225. Lynksys routers used this ip

  226. enter the 192.168.1.1. IP address, you would have a full authorization on it

  227. username is admin with no password

  228. which password you’ve forgotten?

  229. Still can’t find your pass

  230. Look for your router’s default IP address in your router documentation.

  231. Create long, secure, random password

  232. It shows password of all Wifi networks you have connected Wifi only

  233. How to view someones IP address

  234. how to reset router password to factory settings???

  235. refreshing your IP address can have the same net result

  236. “restart” and “reboot” mean the same thing

  237. internet keeps disconnecting until I restart either my computer

  238. your router may have a larger underlying issue

  239. When the router has rebooted restart the PC

  240. connect to the router using only a wired connection and without the modem

  241. Only one device within a network can use any of the numbers

  242. configure your computer’s IP address manually

  243. Private IP addresses usually begin with 192.168….

  244. You lose one for the network address and one for the broadcast

  245. From what I can understand so far, it describes a range of IP.

  246. All of you explained it very detailed and perfect for me

  247. Reset the router

  248. check the documentation that came with your router

  249. choose WPA2 encryption

  250. set up password protection

  251. Do I need a different number for Wii connect?

  252. i am not able 2 open 192.168.1.1,it says error 404

  253. I want to change wifi password. But I don’t know who to change

  254. may i know the ranges of public ip address

  255. it should be possible look in your router’s setting

  256. you can change it by the router settings

  257. tried 192.168.1.1 IP with other (Encore) Router

  258. than ‘192.168.1.1’ has no significance

  259. All IP addresses are 4 bytes

  260. “DNS_PROBE_NOT_FINISHED_BAD_CONFIG”. Am getting this error message while am browsing internet.

  261. put that address into a web browser, and let us know what happens! Use Http:\\

  262. What is the gateway IP?

  263. DNS 192.168.1.1

  264. Ive used the tiny reset button.
    still trying to find a password that works…

  265. Ive tried the blank user and admin password, and admin / admin.
    sometimes I can get to the main screen but I ALWAYS get a password request that never works when I click on the administrative tab

  266. After a reset you should use a user ID of admin and a password of admin

  267. If you know the default, then connect into the router utilizing a cable, and get the wifi password from within the router.

  268. can you ping the address?

  269. Change the router channel and it works fine

  270. WINDOWS XP
    I have also been bothered by this problem….

  271. Fixed the problem and my nightmare is over.

  272. wow that was so simple. thanks a lot this problem was haunting me the whole day !

  273. I followed these exact instructions and I still can’t get on the internet even though my computer is telling me it’s connected. Any other suggestions?

  274. You are awesome!! Thank you so much for the helpful advice!!

  275. this worked great! I thought I was going to need to re-image my computer, glad I found this before I did the re-image. Thank so much for posting this info. Great job.

  276. After toiling for days trying to get the laptop to connect, YOU, waved your little magic and did the job. Thanks Heaps. GOLD star for you.

  277. I finally solved my problem:

    From Internet Explorer, when it failed to connect,

    click tools

    internet options

    advanced

    click “reset”, which resets default settings

    • I tried this below and it worked perfectly for my situation. Thank you so much.

  278. I don’t understand how you can get to the link there if your Internet is not working. Sorry same thing happening to my computer. I just happen to be on my phone. So I’m confused.

  279. Yes helped a lot

  280. I set my login-user and login-password yesterday to someting good, but today i tried every possible password… but noop !!! How can I reset the password or reset the complete router to scratch.

  281. There is a factory-reset button located at the back of the ADSL Router

  282. Username: admin
    Password: admin

  283. You are useless.. how do you connect to WiFi when yo can’t connect to you modem.

  284. i have solution for this problem.if you have tp-link router and wifi router,first connect to your wifi router and open 192.168.1.1.it is successfully open.

  285. Type in ipconfig in the command prompt and get the Internet Protocol address of your router at the default gateway.

  286. Hi – log into your router and check the dhcp server range

  287. is anybody thereto helpo me????

  288. I too had same problem.
    to resolve the issue follow this procedure
    go to 192.168.1.1
    login using admin as userid and default password as admin (if you have not changed it before )
    after login click on management tab
    on ur left hand side there is a option called ” Access Control” click on it
    then select user management and then you can change your UserID and Password

  289. which cable you are using ?????????????

  290. How to connect two systems through LAN…….?

  291. my laptop is not working but I tried it and it was not succsessful!

  292. I had a similar issue. What fixed it for me was resetting the router to the factory settings.

  293. Many routers will not let you access setup from the wireless connection. Be sure you are hardwired (ethernet cable) to the router when trying to access setup.

  294. go to cmd, then type ipconfig /all and chech whats your getway addres.
    Then type ping |your getway addres| -t and chech are there any time outs. If they appeared, I think u have problems with your net cable.

    sorry for my broken english 😀
    cheers

  295. Hi All,
    My problem got solved after I switched off and on the router and choosing a different port for the cable behind the router.Thanks

  296. thanks
    :DDDDDDDDDDDDDD

  297. Get IP From Router But Won’t Connect To Out

  298. Thanks for helping me to loggin

  299. Let us know how it goes. Good Luck. 😉

  300. How can i disable the remote access ?

  301. I am using D-Link 2730 U. I want to know that how i can log out from router gateway address. I cant find log out button at gateway address. I look all tabs but did not find.

  302. router pass pls 🙂 🙂 🙂

  303. I think 192.168.1.1 is the first one and popular ip address.

  304. there’s also the 10.0.0.1 to 10.255.255.254 and the 172.16.0.1 to 172.31.255.254 private IP address ranges

  305. Why is almost every modem’s IP 192.168.0.1 and almsot every router is 192.168.1.1?

  306. Can anyone tell me what this means:

    ADSL state – Show Time (in red letters)

    ???

  307. Switch everything off, push the reset button at the back of the router with a pin, switch on router, wait a minute or so, switch on PC.

  308. Are you trying to access your router. If so what is it’s make?

    • Yeah – that’s normally the router

  309. Great explanation, thanks

  310. Configuring the modem settings solves the problem, but it is the same again when you turn it on and off.

  311. Click on Wireless router setup

  312. I got same problem on my router. After investigating on this i found that the web server port of my router got changed. For me http://192.168.1.1:24576/ is working.

  313. username: admin
    pass word maybe leaving the box blan or “admin”

  314. Open a terminal and run the following command:
    ipconfig /flushdns
    ipconfig /renew

  315. First try to reset your WiFi router

  316. Hey! This actually works!

  317. I have TP-link TD W8151N modem n router ADSL2+ .
    I am unable to open 192.168.1.1

  318. I still can’t connect via wifi, I entered the correct password for wifi and it says password incorrect and unable to connect. Tried to access via lan cable and after I entered adminadmind it stucked on loading screen. But I still can browse the internet via lan cable. pls help what should I do?

  319. user names passwords are: User: “admin” pass: “admin”, User: “admin” pass: “password”, User: “admin” Pass: “”

  320. If you have reset your router or removed the power for about 30 seconds and you still cannot connect by using
    “192.168.1.1”, “192.168.1.0” or “192.168.0.1 then run ipconfig /flushdns then run ipconfig /renew.

  321. I disconnected my incoming line (Telephone Line) from my ISP (BSNL)
    and tried to open 192.168.1.1. and it worked.

  322. check IPCONFIG, you gateway address should be the one that your router is on

  323. If your DHCP is leasing address’ from 1.2 to 1.1 its going to fail. Thats like asking a computer to divide by 0.

  324. 192.168.1.1 is Defualt gateway which everyone use to conecct each others it cant be your ip address

  325. I tried to find the solution on google.
    I tried everything I found on may forums except resetting router.
    But no luck.

  326. Very simple. On the back of your router there is a small round reset button.

  327. You SHOULD be able to access 192.168.1.1 and in which case I would reset the Defaults to the Modem/Router

  328. Are you sure your Modem/Router has a IP of 192.168.1.1?

  329. Good information to solve my problem

  330. default passwords are not working for my router how can I login into it??

  331. thanks . I was entering the pass – admin , but when I entered pass- password , then it worked

  332. i resolved the same problem using the reset button pushed for 20-30 seconds and turn off the router for 10 minutes!

  333. i’ve got the connect to 192.168.1.1 pop up which comes out each time I open a document or program.it requires me to fill in the form bt will only disappear for some seconds to come back again.

  334. its getting me vrazy

  335. I do pls help

  336. It doesn’t even require that I fill out the username and password.

  337. bug in router is changing Web server

  338. using an Ethernet cord at this moment.

  339. first connect to your wifi router and open 192.168.1.1

  340. I can’t open this

  341. how do I fix it ?

  342. I still can’t connect via wifi

  343. Advanced tab > click reset

  344. default gateway is 255.255.255

  345. Every router must be programmed with your static IP address

  346. The router settings can be accessed and modified from a computer

  347. Good information 🙂

  348. I can open 192.168.1.1

  349. I had the same problem

  350. my internet is very poor

  351. Open Internet Explorer Options > Advanced tab

  352. I really need som help

  353. you should tick the allways allow for Browers

  354. Configuring the router’s wireless settings using the Linksys Smart Wi-Fi

  355. I gotten this router after recontacting my fibre service.

  356. Can eircom reset it?

  357. I don’t know what to do

  358. Make sure the wireless settings of the second router is the same,good luck to you

  359. any idea whether I can configure this to connect to PIA?

  360. I want to use this to connect the mini router wirelessly to my ADSL router. Please help

  361. I have been told to set up a manual IP for the TV

  362. OK,great man!

  363. the router will recognize it and assign an IP address to instantly connect it to the LAN

  364. Obtaining an IP address and configuration file

  365. The default address is 192.168.123.254.

  366. I want to help you,refer to your ISP paperwork to locate the gateway IP address.

    Cheers

  367. Vous ne savez pas comment accéder à votre interface de gestion wifi?

  368. This is the default IP address for the LAN port on the router.

  369. Can anyone help me???

  370. the administration screens of most routers are accessed via an IP address

  371. login prompt screen asks for username.

  372. Reset WiFi Router to restart the wireless and router modules.

    Regards
    Trevor

  373. I would start by ensuring that you have the correct default gateway.

  374. how to get ip address of wireless router,any idea please?

    Janet

  375. By default, most consumer routers are set up to use DHCP,Right?

    Thanks!

  376. IP addresses are internet protocol addresses

  377. Arvid Kramer San Diego

    What does the IP address “192.168.1.1” usually mean?

  378. It doesn’t seem to have broken the DNS stuff on my computer!>

  379. Le problème ne se produit que pour le FTP.

  380. Many router factories use this address

  381. yes, i know i shouldn’t be using these

  382. Every time I reboot the machine the DNS always reverts back to 192.168.1.1,can you help me please?

  383. We seem to be experiencing problems with VPN Clients

  384. To change your settings on a Netgear router, just go to router login

  385. I tried to connect by configuring my ASDL to PPPOE

  386. Consider a network with the IP address 192.168.1.1/16. Part I

  387. 192.168.1.98. PORT

  388. netmasks ending with a letter accepted by Net

  389. I have this weird problem that I hope someone can help me with.

  390. The common default IP address of a router

  391. I lost the ability to access the RT-N56U router’s GUI. Can you help me with this please?
    Thanks

  392. What is Netmask: 255.255 ???

  393. always use 192.168.1.1 on web browser to access the router’s settings

  394. default passwords are not working for my router

  395. Open a terminal

  396. I was entering the pass – admin

  397. In my case it was 3389

  398. a router’s IP address is configured to 192.168.1.1,right?

  399. Easiest solution is to reboot your router

  400. connect to 192.168.1.1

  401. you will be in BSNL overview page.

  402. gateway address you think?

  403. asdgsdfghfjfgjf

  404. i resolved the same problem using the reset button

  405. 192.168.x.0

  406. Very simple.

  407. I have BSNL boadband, whenever I try to connect http://192.168.1.1 it shows explorer cant connect.Any help??.

  408. it is possible that your configuration issues

  409. username: admin

  410. I do have internet access via the B/band modem. Any help?

    • you’ll need to restore it to its original factory settings

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