is considered an IP address commonly used to access the panel of your router. This particular IP falls within a set of IP addresses confined within networks, providing an added layer of security for your network. Login

To log in to

input the IP address into the address bar of your web browser. Follow these steps;

  1. Open Your Browser: Start your preferred web browser on any device connected to your router’s network.
  2. Input the IP Address:Type in the browser’s address bar without adding “www” or “.com” after it, then hit Enter.
  3. Accessing Router Login Page: Allow some time for the router login page to load; if it doesn’t load, check that you’re connected to the router network and correctly enter the IP address.
  4. Provide Admin Credentials: Fill in the fields with your router’s username and password; if you haven’t made any changes from default settings, they’re usually both “admin.”
  5. Navigate to Admin Panel: Once you’ve entered your credentials, click the login button. Hit Enter to reach your router’s admin panel.
  6. Adjusting Settings: Upon entering, you can modify your network configurations like your Wi-Fi password, security preferences and additional advanced settings.

Change the password for admin.

Here are some quick steps to update your router’s password using the IP address;

  1. Navigate to Security Settings: Locate the security settings tab or a related menu option.
  2. Update the Password: Locate the “Wi-Fi Password” section. Input your password.
  3. Confirm Changes:Press “Save,” “Apply,” or “Update” to finalize the modifications.
  4. Reboot the router: Restart your router to ensure the changes take effect.

Common Access Issues

If you have difficulty getting into the settings, ensure your device is linked to the modem’s network. One standard error people make is mixing up “” with “192.168.l.l” or 192.168.l, as this will prevent you from reaching the panel.

Connection Troubleshooting

If you’re having trouble logging in you might have to reset your router’s settings. Simply. Hold the reset button for 10 seconds, but remember that this will remove any personalized configurations you’ve made.

Factory Reset of

After performing a factory reset, you can use the login details to enter and set up your router anew remembering to jot down any modifications.

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