192.168.l.l is a default IP of many ADSL devices & wireless routers of such brands as NETGEAR, Linksys, & TP-LINK. Routers can have many IPs, while 192.168.1.1 is the most typical one. 192.168.l.254 and 10.0.0.1 options are relatively less widespread. Sometimes they’re called host addresses. It should be noted that they can be easily modified through a special panel.
What One Can Do With 192.168.l.l
If you want to get access to your router’s program interface, you need to type the IP in the URL bar of your web browser. Once you open the administration panel you can modify a lot of options regarding LAN, WAN, security, MAC, PPPOE, WLAN, and so on. In fact, you will have all administration rights. As a rule, an average user uses only the right to change password to WLAN network to prevent undesirable access. Other opportunities are used by advanced users.
192.168.1.1 – Detailed Guide to Get Access
- Type 192.168. ll address manually into the browser’s URL bar. Alternatively, you can copy it from our website and insert it (Ctrl + V for Windows). If this isn’t your address, find the needed address in the instruction to your device or on its surface (bottom part).
- Enter username & pass in order to login the device.
- If you don’t remember accessing data, you can use tips provided below.
Recovery of Username & Pass
- If you do not know username & pass but you never modified it, you can try to find this info on the device’s label along with its serial number and factory address.
- If you have forgotten your password (previously changed), you need to make a reset of your device. In order to do this, you need to find a small button on the device’s top and hold it for approximately 15 sec with the help of a needle or something like this. Your router should be in working state when you do that. During this process, your Internet connection will be broken, as your existing settings will also be reset. So you will need to adjust them again.
If you haven’t changed name & pass, you can get access to the router by using default user data on 192.168.l.l page.