Admin Login (Default Gateway Page) is the default IP address of most Wi-Fi routers. This universal IP is used to set up and reset your router in case you are using a wireless network. People who prefer to use wireless connections at their workspace or home. On this page, you will get this IP login details and the process to set your router using this IP. Also, we have prepared a good list of information and tutorials on how you can utilize this IP address.

Though is the primary IP address of many popular routers. But this IP does not always work as a default router password. There are other addresses like,, and, that can be used as router default IP address. Depending on the model router login process should be done. 

Many people have difficulties with router admin access and are unable to do router reset. Most of the time they get error messages while login. Despite having the admin address of the router the login process does not work. Because they can’t find the proper IP address. If you are facing the same issue then we have covered you here. Check out how to see IP addresses on Windows and the tutorial on finding IP addresses on Mac and Linux.

What Is

A lot of people or WI-Fi router users get ‘Error’ while trying to open this IP. And then you may have searched on Google for 192.168.l.l and landed on this page. Well, the thing is, that’s not the IP address but just the domain name.

You see, l.l (L.L) is not 1.1. These two look similar, that’s why most people get confused between “” and “192.168.l.l”. The correct IP Address to log into your router is the one that ends with 1.1.

A user can easily manage and change necessary network settings by logging into using the appropriate username and password. It also helps one to troubleshoot the router if any problems occur.

However, you don’t need to get confused. Just bookmark this page to access the correct IP address every time. You can directly access your router admin login page by clicking on the login button below.

How to Use

As we have already told you, the 192.168.l.l (L.L.) is a mistyped URL. The right one is These are called host addresses. This host address is required for router configuration. 

If you enter this IP address on your web browser’s address panel, you will see your router’s login page or modem. You will need to put the username and password to log in.

The typical username is “Admin” or “admin.” The password could also be “admin” or “password.”

If not, you will need to check the instruction manual that came with the router instead. Or check out the brand/model homepage using a different internet connection. If you have the customer service number of the brand, call them. That should work as well.

If the last changes were made to the router settings, you would need to reset the router first. See the tutorial on how to reset a router below.

After you log in to your network device management panel, you will have admin privileges. Now you can change the settings and ideally configure your router settings.

You will see many tabs like Security Options, Proxy, LAN, WAN, DHCP, WLAN Settings, DSL, ADSL, MAC, Network Management, WPS, and more. Take some time and browse through the tabs to understand the interface.

How to Login to Wireless Router

Time needed: 5 minutes.

Here are the simple steps on how to log in to a wireless router.

  1. Go to IP address

    Manually type into your browser address bar, you will land on your router’s login page. (Make sure you don’t enter http://192.168.l.l) IP Address

  2. Type in login credentials

    Now you have to enter the correct login details (username and password) there. For most modems and routers, the default username and password are “admin” and “admin.”
    Admin Login

  3. Click login

    Just click the login button, and you should be directed to the router’s dashboard, where you can configure your router settings.

You can try other gateways like or another IP address or However, if you don’t remember the username and password of your wireless router or modem, then you should read the following paragraph to solve your problem. Before that make sure your router is properly plugged-in.

Recover Username & Password

It is prevalent to forget the username and password of your wireless device. We know this is a very irritating situation for you. So we will advise that you reset the router first.

Now what you can do is take a toothpick or pin and put it in the whole of your router/modems “Reset Button.” Hold the toothpick there for 15-20 seconds to complete the reset process.

At this point, you can access the admin panel by logging in with the default username and password.

For a more specific and detailed tutorial on how to reset your router, check out these guides:

Any of these simple-to-follow guides should be the answer to your problem. Just try them out as you read them.

First, let’s look at the default admin credentials that come with the router. These credentials are available in the router’s manual or online. In case you’ve changed them, you can reset the router by holding the reset button for 10 seconds. Once you’ve entered the new password, you’ll be able to log in to the router’s Admin dashboard. Once you’ve logged in, you can change the password on the main page, or save it in your password manager.

Why Is Not Working

If you are having trouble establishing an internet connection with your router, there are a number of simple steps you can follow to resolve the problem. The first step is to make sure you have a properly wired network. This means that you have an ethernet cable securely snapped into the numbered port on the back of your router. You may need to replace the wire if it is frayed or damaged.

A quick check for compatibility with other devices in your home can reveal the culprit. Some older models of routers may not be compatible with newer models. In addition, you may have a corrupted firmware version. These errors can be easily remedied by updating the firmware. To do this, visit the manufacturer’s website or call their customer service line.

Another thing to try is power cycling your router. You’ll need to turn off the device for a couple of minutes before turning it on again. Doing so will force it to reset any previously configured settings. While this may seem like a cliche, it’s actually the simplest way to fix the issue.

Checking the Internet connections tab in your router’s control panel is a great way to find out what the problem is. In some cases, you’ll see a red cross or a blinking cursor. For example, if you’re trying to connect to your wireless network and you’re getting a blinking cursor, the problem is most likely related to your network card. It might also have something to do with your browser or anti-virus software.

Another simple step you can take is to clear the browser’s cache. Doing so will allow you to see if any features you’re using are still functioning. Also, you might want to upgrade your web browser if it’s not up to snuff.

Trying the ipconfig command will reveal your router’s IP address and default gateway. Once you have this, you can try to access the network’s admin panel by using the default username and password. Alternatively, you can manually input the IP address in the ‘Find a network’ box at the top of the screen.

If all else fails, you’ll have to call your router’s maker to find out what’s wrong with your aging network card. Luckily, they’re usually pretty good about helping you out. Just make sure you’ve got an accurate and up to date manual on hand.

Finally, you can’t go wrong with a quick peek at your router’s instruction manual. Most models offer a wealth of information, including how to use your network cards, configure your wireless network, and set up your WAN and LAN. That’s a lot of reading, especially if you’re having trouble determining what the problem is. Having this in hand can help you get your network running smoothly again in no time.

There are a number of other ways to test the router’s mettle. But if you’re still having trouble establishing a solid internet connection, the simplest solution might be to change the router’s battery.


What is is an IP address for a router, which, if used to connect to the Internet, all computers and devices that access the Internet through this router will use this address as their default gateway.

How do I access

Type manually on your browser’s address bar. You can only access this if 19216811 is your router’s IP address; otherwise, you will have to check your router’s IP address; you will often find it on the underside of the device. Meanwhile, once you’re on the page, you must log in using the credentials you have set or the default credentials of your router; the default is often either “administrator” or “admin,” but to be sure, check the underside of your device.

Why can’t I access

You won’t be able to access for two reasons:
1. this is not your router’s IP address (check your device’s underside for the correct IP address)
2. you are not connecting to the internet through the router associated with this IP address.

What is the difference between and 192.168.l.l?

You see, l.l (L.L) is not 1.1. These two look identical; that’s why most people get confused between “” and “192.168. l.l”. The correct IP Address to log into your router is the one that ends with 1.1. Hence, the 192.168. l.l (L.L.) is a mistyped URL; the right one is

What does 192.168 mean? is the first six digits of the private IP address range, including all IP addresses through Home routers are often, which is used because the router is on a network.


The first step to logging in as an administrator is to go to your PC’s Network and Sharing Center. This can be found in Control Panel or the Network and Internet option. Windows Vista, Windows 8, and Windows 10 have similar networks and share centers. Open Properties and select the Internet Protocol Version 4 radio button. Also, you will need to enter the DNS server address. Repeat the steps for Windows XP and Vista.

That’s pretty much everything about the router IP address. This is an important IP to perform router access. If you are unable to use this as a router admin IP address, then check if the other addresses are working. Currently, all the major router manufacturers set this IP as the default setting. 

This host address can be used to configure routers like D-Link, Netgear, Linksys, and others by following our user guide mentioned above. We hope that this article has answered all your queries and fixed some issues as well.

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2 thoughts on “ Admin Login (Default Gateway Page)”

  1. I woke this morning and on my jio router M2(black) the only light i saw blinking is the power light. No network light,no connection light too on it. Please what is the possible solution admin?. Thanks

  2. I still tried to go through your website in other to find a solution with i.p yet the network can’t reached and that it is not responding. Please what is the problem admin because i’m confused,I don’t if router has spoil just like that?


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