192.168.0.1 is the local IP address used to access the admin panel in routers and modems. 192.168.o.1 is set as the default gateway address by many router and modem manufacturers. Using this address, you can access the router interface and change many options such as your device’s internet connection settings, Wi-Fi settings, DNS, Proxy, LAN, NAT, Port Forwarding.
How to Login to 192.168.0.1?
To reach the address 192.168.0.1, follow the steps below in order:
- Connect your device (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.) to your router’s network. You can do this using wireless connection (Wi-Fi) or wired connection (Ethernet) methods.
- Open any web browser application (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer etc.).
- Type http://192.168.0.1 or 192.168.0.1 in your browser’s address bar and press Enter.
- As a result of this process, you will reach the admin login page.
- Enter your default username and password and click the Login button.
- You can now make changes to the setting you want.
Forgot IP Address Username and Password?
If you have forgotten the username and password of the 192.168.0.1 login page, you can use one of the following options:
- Check out the manual that came with your device. Manufacturers usually write the default username and password in the user’s manual.
- Look for the label on the back of your device (sometimes on the bottom).
- If these methods didn’t work, reset your device to factory settings. While this process will reset all information on your device, your username and password will also return to their default.
How to factory reset your router?
- Find an small and thin object like a needle or toothpick.
- Locate the RESET button on the back of your device.
- Hold down the reset button for a few seconds with the needle or toothpick.
- Release when your device lights start flashing.
- After about 1 minute, your device will be reset and restarted.
- You can now log in to the admin panel using the default username and password.