192.168.1.1 IP address is widely used as the address pointing to the network router for Internet Access that you have at home. It is one of a few most commonly used IP addresses that router makers assign to a router, 192.168.l.l is the most usual one though 10.0.0.1or 192.168.0.1are also among the well known ones. These are also called and defined as host addresses.
What configuration is available at 192.168.1.1
Logging in the configuration panel of your router is easy by entering 192.168.1.1 in your browser of choice address bar. After successful login as admin or administrative user at your router you are given the possibility to set various configuration options among which: Resetting the Admin Password, Quality of Service, DNS servers, Proxy setup, LAN and WAN configuration, network management, security options, Wi-Fi settings, PPPOE, WPS and DHCP automatic IP assignments.
Login at 192.168.1.1 IP as Admin?
Enter http://192.168.1.1 by typing it into your browser’s address bar. If your router has an IP different than 1921681, then refer to this article to learn how to find it.
Enter the admin username and password credentials for your router.
If it happens so that you do not recall your username and password details, then use the guide below.
What if you do not recall your username and password?
If you have no idea what the username and password is and it has never been changed by your or someone else, then it should be the one written on a sticker label usually on the back of your router device case.
If you have reset your password and do not remember it you will then have to reset again the router or modem to factory default settings. There is a small reset button on every kind of wireless router or ADSL modem. To revert the router back to its default settings, you need to push and hold on the button for 5-10 seconds using a needle or toothpick.
If you didn’t change your username and password, you can login to your router by checking our default router username and password listhere.
Brand IP-addresses and Default Logins
Select your router brand from the following list to display all IPs, default router usernames and passwords: