You may have reached us Googling for 192.168-l-l network, 192.168.l.l login, 192.168.0.1 login, 192.168.1 1 admin or 92.168 1.1 default gateway.
This is a group of network addresses related to a routers. In general, addresses like 192.168.l.l takes you to the router configuration page. There you can change your username and password as well as all wireless and network settings like: passwords, network settings, parental controls, default gateway, QoS, DNS, WLAN settings, and so on.
To manage your router configuration or check router settings, you just need to type, for example, http://192.168.1.1 in your browser’s address bar and hit enter. Sometimes you may get a message like: "the browser can’t get access to the router successfully" or even can't access the router setup. Read below why it is happening and how to solve it.
If you don't know your router address, it is not possible to access its router setup page. The best way to find it is reading your router's manual.
If you’ve lost the user's manual, it is not difficult to find it by typing in Google your router's brand, its model, the word manual and the expression filetype:pdf. Example: "linksys wrt54g filetype:pdf". If you find many results, you can narrow your search by adding the expression "site:xxxxxx.com". For example: "Asus RT-N66U filetype:pdf site:asus.com".
If you did not find the manual in Google search, you could try to type in the address bar of a web browser like, Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer, one of these addresses below:
192.168.0.1, 192.168.0.10, 192.168.0.100, 192.168.0.101, 192.168.0.227, 192.168.0.254, 192.168.1.1, 192.168.1.10, 192.168.1.100, 192.168.1.254, 192.168.10.1, 192.168.10.10, 192.168.10.100, 192.168.10.50, 192.168.100.1 or 192.168.102.1
If you, still, could not find your router on your network, you can try to search it by using a simple command on Windows.
To do this, open the command prompt by hitting the keys windows + R at the same time, then type cmd in the popup window and then enter ipconfig. The default gateway address corresponds to your router address. In the example below you can see that the IP addres is 192.168.1.1.
If you still did not see your router on your network, please should read this List of Common Default Router IP Addresses.
Just follow these steps to recover them:
The best way to get your router default password is, again, to read its user manual.
If you still can't find your router's manual, as described above in this page, then you should go to routerpasswords.com. This website claims to have the internet's largest and most updated default router passwords database.
Some routers ship with unique passwords. These passwords are often printed on a sticker on the router body.
Many home network routers use the password 1234 and admin as username, admin and a blank password, or admin as both the username and password (Seee the item "Common Router Usernames and Passwords List" below).
If you still can't find these passwords, it is possible that you or someone else changed them. In this case, you should reset the router as described below.
The last way to recover the unknown user name and / or password is to reset your router for the factory settings. On most routers there is a hidden reset button. Sometimes you can access this button by using a toothpick or a similar tool.
To reset your router please follow these steps:
Because this procedure resets all custom settings you’ve made to your router including: passwords, network settings, parental controls, etc. We recommended that, if you have not enough information or skills, you try to get help from someone who has some experience. Below we describe a general procedure which could work with most routers. Note: even resetting your router you must know at least its IP address in order to access it admin page and change its default parameters.
This table may be helpful to get access to your router. Try to enter a combination of the usernames and passwords listed below:
To get more values, please visit List of Common Default Router IP Addresses.