What is the IP address is the private IP address used to log in to the router’s admin panel. admin is pre-specified by router companies as the default gateway address and can be used to make various changes to router settings.

You can call this an online address. Each device that connects to the internet has a unique address, allowing efficient exchange of data between the device and the rest of the digital world. Just like each person has a unique postal address/email /telephone number to exchange contacts.

On the Internet, this address is called an Internet Protocol (IP) address. In a typical home network, the router assigns an IP address to each device connected to it. It also has a private IP (router IP). There is a specific range of IP addresses for private networks such as residential, Business Local Area Network (LAN)/Wireless (WAN), etc. These IP addresses cannot be assigned to a publicly accessible website (Internet web pages). The address ranges are: –

An IP address always contains a set of 4 numbers between 0 and 255. The address contains 2 parts; The ‘Network ID’ is the first three numbers of the IP address and the Device ID is the fourth. In addition to the private address of the network/router and its devices, there is also a public address that identifies the network. /router. All devices on a given network share a visible public address with the external network.

For example, in the address, 192.168.1 is the network id, the last number 20 is the device id. If you have multiple devices connected to your home network, all devices will have the same first three numbers, indicating that they belong to the same network, the fourth number will be different, indicating that they are unique. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) configured on routers allows them to automatically assign a unique IP to each device.

In addition to the private address of the network/router and its devices, there is also a public address of the network/router. All devices on a given network share a visible public address with the external network.

The router will convert the private address to a public address when communicating with an external network, and it will convert the public address to a private address when communicating with devices on the network. This process is called Network Address Translation (NAT).

How to login to

You can access, Please follow the steps below:

  1. Open a web browser and go to or in your browser’s URL bar.
  2. A login page will appear asking you to enter your login username and password.
  3. Enter the username and password in the specified fields.
  4. You will now log in to your router’s admin panel.

IP address and how to use it

Are you using your router with full functionality? If you are an ordinary Internet user, you may sometimes come across a string of numeric characters like ip: . This article explains what is and serves as a basic guide on how to exploit it when accessing the Internet.

Common problems on or 192.168.o.l

If you have forgotten your username and password, you can follow these instructions to recover them. If you haven’t already changed the default username and password provided with your router, see our list of default usernames and passwords.


Make sure the router is connected to your computer or other devices via internet cable or Wi-Fi. You should check all the indicator lights on the router: the power light, the Internet light, the WI-FI light, and the Ethernet light.


If the router is connected to a device, restart the device. To do this, first unplug your router and after a few minutes, plug them both back in one at a time. Wait two minutes and check again.


If it is blocked by the firewall, it is necessary to disable it because sometimes the router cannot access the internet because the account is in conflict with the firewall settings.


Try to access the router’s control panel through the browser, entering the router’s IP in the browser’s address bar. The address is not 192.168.o.1. If these do not work, you can press the reset button on the router to reset the router to factory settings.

How to change your Wi-Fi password

If you want to change your default router WiFi password, follow this guide. Changing your password from time to time is a good practice recommended by cybersecurity experts because then you can make sure no one actually has unauthorized access to your router.

In addition, you need to pay attention to how to create strong passwords so that they are not easily guessed by random users or cracked by bad guys. A strong WiFi password should contain numeric values, combined symbols, and uppercase text, but make sure you remember it or store it securely somewhere so you don’t forget it.

Now back to our guide, follow these steps on individual routers to securely change the password.

Forgot your IP address username and password?

If you forgot your IP Address Username and Password or if they don’t work, you can

See the manual/box or the back of the router. (or check the default username and password list).

If you changed your password and lost or forgot it, you need to do a factory reset. To do that, find a small RESET button hidden on the back of your router. Press and hold that button for about 10-15 seconds with a paper clip or needle. The router will reboot itself and return to default settings.

How to change your router’s IP address

The default gateway IP address is pre-specified by your Internet service provider, however, the user can configure it according to their needs. It is often changed to prevent bad guys from accessing your admin panel, prevent DDoS attacks, or just to add an extra layer of security. See how to do it


  1. Log in to the default admin panel at or (admin / admin is the username and password)
  2. Go to Advanced Settings > Network > LAN.
  3. In the “IP Address” field, you can change it to the address you want, such as tp link.
  4. Save it and the router will restart to apply the changes.


  1. Log in to the router configuration page (username: admin and password: admin / blank)
  2. Go to Setting> Network Settings.
  3. You will now find the Router IP Address field.
  4. Change to preference and save the settings.

Universal with Linksys, D-link, Asus, Netgear, TP-Link

Among the address ranges used for the home network, gateway: has been assigned by most manufacturers as the IP of the router, making it the default gateway or access point through from which network devices communicate and connect with the rest of the world. This is why, is called the default gateway. This standardization makes it easier for network users to remember the address to access the router administration console by typing www. in the browser’s address bar.

Most major router manufacturers use as the router IP, including D-link, Asus, Netgear, Cisco, Linksys, Tp-Link, Tenda, SMC Networks, Huawei and Dell. Routers always come with a manual containing the router’s specific IP.