Login – Manage and Change Wifi Password

This is an IP address used by most popular Wifi routers like D-link, TP-Link, Netgear, Asus, etc.

If you like this IP address you can set this as a Default Gateway for your Router from the Admin Setting.

Warning: If You are using the 192.168.l.l address then what you are choosing is wrong. IP Address only contains numbers no Alphabets. Enter

In Words: one nine two [dot] one six eight [dot] One [dot] one

If you are looking for help with the default IP address click on the button below.

How to Login with IP Address?

The login Process for any IP address is the same just like others you can follow these steps given below to get Logged in to the IP Admin Page.

Step 1: Make Sure Your PC is connected with Your Wifi Router before logging in to the Admin Page.

Step 2: Visit the IP address and you will see the Admin Login Page. Login Page

Step 3: Now insert the Username and Password and click on the Login Button (Tip: the default username and password is admin. For more check your router backside.)

Note: If you face any issue you can contact us or call your Router toll-free number.

Default IP – Username and Password:

If you are facing any issue want to know your Router IP, Username, and Password. Please verify the address you are using and the Correct IP address from below.

Correct IP Address

Wrong IP Address

  • 192.168.l.1
  • 192.168.l.l
  • 192.168.1.l
  • l92.168.0.l.1
  • 190.168.l.1

Here are some Default Username and Password used by Most Popular Routers to Log in to the Admin page using Default IP.

admin[email protected]
admin[email protected]

How to Find The Router IP is or Not?

If you want to know your Router Default gateway is or other then use the steps given below.

Methods to Find the Router Default IP:

  • Check Router Backside
  • Find Default IP in PC
  • Find Default IP in Mobile

Check Router Backside:

Every Router has one sticker on the backside there you find most of the information about your Wifi Router.

Default Username and Password - backside of Router

Check the image above to know where to find your Router default IP, Username, and Password.

Find Default IP On PC:

If you do not find the Default IP on the Backside of your Wifi Router don’t worry, just make sure you are connected with the Router using your PC and follow the steps below.

Find Default IP on Windows:

Step 1: First you need to open the Windows Command Prompt on PC.

Step 2: Type ipconfig in the Command Prompt then click on the Enter Button.

Step 3: Then check for the Default Gateway option as shown in the image. IP Address next to default gateway is your Admin IP.

Find Router Default IP in Windows OS

Find Default IP on Linux/Ubuntu OS:

Step 1: Go to Applications > System Tools > Terminal

Step 2: Type ipconfig in the Terminal and press Enter Button.

Step 3: Now check for inet addr as shown in the below image. That IP address next to inet addr is your Router Default IP.

Find Router Default IP in Ubuntu OS

Find Default IP on macOS:

Step 1: Go to the Apple Menu > System Preferences > Network

Step 2: Now Select your Network you are using (Lan/Wifi) open properties

Step 3: Now go to Advanced Option and choose TCP/IP then you will see Router:

Check the image below for more, the easiest way to find the IP address is to check at the backside.

Find Router Default IP in macOS

How do I change my password?

Follow the steps given below to change the Default Username and Password of IP Address Admin Page.

Step 1: Log in to Your Admin Page first.

Step 2: Then Go to Settings >> Admin Setting and Click on the Password option.

Set new Admin Password for Router

Step 3: Now first Enter your Old Password and then enter a new password in another box.

Please Note: If the settings ask you to set the Password recovery hint option just add it to remember your password.

This is just easy, right? Actually making your Router secure is your responsibility because you don’t know who is there using your IP for bad purposes so be safe.

7 thoughts on “ Login – Manage and Change Wifi Password”

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