10.0.0.1 is a private/local IP network address used by router manufacturers as the default gateway address of their network routers. This IP address can be used to enter and configure your own network, but it must be uniquely used per device in its own local area network, meaning there can be no other device using it without causing network conflicts.
How to login and Configure a router at 10.0.0.1
Using your web browser, type in http://10.0.0.1 in the URL address bar, and press the Enter key.
The login screen will appear and you can fill in your username and password there. If you do not know where to find this information, it is generally marked at back of the router. If you still are having troubles finding your password visit our list of default router passwords.
Click on the Network tab or area from the menu.
WAN, SPF or other methods can be used for setting up the external Internet network. If prompted somewhere for authorization by your ISP please refer to their support service for those details.
Fill in the DNS servers provided by Google: DNS 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199.
UNABLE TO connect to 10.0.0.1
This IP address represents the local side of a wireless access point which externally is connected to the Internet. Once the local devices join the LAN (local area network), they would be automatically given the IP settings which would provide them with TCP/IP network gateway address. You can use the ping utility to check whether there is a currently active device (router) available at 10.0.0.1.
Incompatibility between the addresses given to the computers/clients and the router IP address (from different ranges). This is the case when your router uses a different IP address. You can search for your router IP default gateway here.
Incorrect client address assignment. On WI-Fi networks, clients connect to the gateway through the network name (SSID), and the required IP address settings are pushed to the client automatically once attached to the Wi-Fi router. Most other networks also depend on automated client address assignment called DHCP. Inconsistencies in this process are uncommon but can cause a device connected to the router not to have the correct gateway IP set.
Brand IP-addresses and Default Logins
Select your router brand from the following list to display all IPs, default router usernames and passwords: