is the default IP address of most Wi-Fi routers. This IP address is important when configuring the router settings. The user can use it to log in to the admin panel and change the username and password of the WiFi router. You can also modify and manage your router’s security and connectivity settings by logging in to

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

How to Login to

Now that you have some insights on how to use, you can try to log in on your router to make some changes to the admin settings. To log in, follow the steps below:

Step 1. Open a Browser of your Choice

Before opening your browser, make sure that you have a connection. Check if your ethernet wire is linked properly. Also, check if your WiFi connection is stable and working. After confirming, you can now open your browser of your choice and type Ensure it’s written correctly, then click Enter.

Step 2: Enter your Login Credentials

If you have not encountered any issues on the first step, you will be taken to the login page. On the given fields for username and password, fill them with your correct login details. If you haven’t changed your username and password since day 1, you can use the default username and password. You can see them at the back of your modem or router.

login username and password

If the default username and password are not printed at the back of your modem or router, you can try using the common usernames and router passwords below, depending on your router brand:

Router BrandUsernamePassword

Step 3: Logged in Successfully

When you enter your username and password correctly, you will be redirected to the admin panel. In the interface, you will see tabs for each setting, which you can access to make changes to your router settings. Some of the things you can do is change your password and SSID name. You can also configure router settings, such as security and connection settings.

How to Change Username and Password

Changing your router’s password is one of the most important things you can do with accessing As your router had a default username and password when it was first delivered to you, there may be a huge possibility that it is vulnerable to hacking. So changing your password to a more secure one is important. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Open your browser, type on the search bar, and press Enter on your keyboard. You will be taken to the login page.
  2. On the login page, fill out the form for the username and password. Use the default login details on the back of your router.
  3. After entering your login credentials, click Login. You will be taken to the admin panel.
  4. On the admin page, locate the network settings.
  5. Select the WPA Pre-Shared Key and change it to your desired password.
  6. Click Apply to save changes.

Note: The steps may vary depending on the brand of your router.

How to Reset Your Router

If you forgot your password and you want to reset your router, follow the following steps:

  1. Make sure the router is connected to the internet
  2. At the back of the router, locate the reset button
  3. Press it with a paper clip and hold for 10 to 15 seconds, then release
  4. Your router will blink, and wait for it to reboot
  5. When rebooted, it finally reset to factory settings

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

Common Issues and Troubleshooting with

When you log in to, you may encounter some issues. Here are common issues and troubleshooting.

Incorrect IP Address

One possible cause is a wrong input of the IP address. It’s necessary to ensure that you have typed correctly the figures in the URL bar of your browser.

IP address Conflicts

Another cause for this problem could be IP address conflicts. Sometimes, an IP address conflict arises when the router’s default IP address,, is already assigned to another device on the network. To avoid such conflicts in the future, one possible step is changing the subnet mask of the router’s IP to a different one.

Wrong Configuration Setup

The wrong network configuration may also prevent access to the web URL site through browsers or telnet clients. You may have an incorrect subnet mask or gateway configuration. This situation requires a professional approach where the group manager can give instructions according to the network engineer technician or manual book.

Faulty Hardware Components

Poor connection caused by defective cables, broken Ethernet ports, and unresponsive routers will prevent your browser from reaching the intended web page. It could be necessary to troubleshoot the hardware or contact the router’s manufacturer in such instances.

Browser Cache and Cookies

Accumulating temporary internet files and cookies over time can make your browser lose its ability to load websites correctly. Therefore, regular clearing of cache and cookies can help solve such challenges and improve the general browsing experience.


Firewalls and antivirus programs sometimes view router configuration pages as threats, thereby blocking users from trying to access them. Adjusting firewall settings or temporarily disabling antivirus software (with care) could eliminate any obstacles created by security protocols


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.

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.

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