If you try connecting to your router with an IP address 192.168.0.1.1, be adviced that you are typing the address wrong. The correct Router IP address is 192.168.0.1. You would normally use 192.168.0.1 for a router or alternative network management device. Other hosts or devices within the same network area would use higher numbers within the same rage.
192.168.0.1.1 Most Internet-enabled devices treat the IP address 192.168.0.1 as fully trusted. Once you log in at the administration panel of the router, you are giving rights to operate with any feature that the router supports. Configuration of various features include LAN, WAN, WLAN settings, IP QoS, DNS, Proxy, DSL, ADSL, MAC, WPS, diagnostics, logs, etc. You can do network setup and do tuning such as blocking, speed rate control and more. Internet connection can be managed easily, from home, school, or a café.
How to login at a Router Panel by using 192.168.0.1.1?
In order to control, monitor, administer and setup your wireless router, you need to enter the correct IP address into your browser URL address up top. You will then be asked to fill in your username and your password for admin access.
Forgot your user and pass for the admin panel?
In case you fail to recall what the username and password is, you need to reset your wireless router or ADSL modem to the factory default settings. You can look up the default passwords for various wireless routers or ADSL modems in this post about router passwords. If after that step you still are unable to obtain the login credentials, then you can resort to resetting the router. Modern routers and modems have a small circle-shaped reset button that you need to press with a toothpick for 10-15 seconds continuously. It would reset the modem to factory settings and set a login and password that is listed on a label/sticker somewhere on the device itself.
Brand IP-addresses and Default Logins
Select your router brand from the following list to display all IPs, default router usernames and passwords:
While the resetting procedure is taking place you might experience connection loss which is normal. If you are still uncertain how the process should be initiated, then it would be best to look up your specific router’s instruction manual.