The Router IP Address – Login Admin is a private IP address that is used by network devices to reach and log in to the admin panel. Some router companies allocate IP as the default gateway address to configure the settings on your device. In private networks, you can assign it as the modem or router gateway. To avoid address conflicts, only one device on a network can use IP address. Other common default gateways are as well as IP addresses.

Logging in to

If the default IP Address for your Internet router or modem is, then you can simply use it to log in to the admin panel and manage the settings for your network device. To login into, follow these steps:

  1. Connect your router/modem to the network either using an Ethernet cable or wireless connection.
  2. Open your preferred web browser to access the Internet.
  3. You need to insert in your browser. When hitting Enter key, you will be directed to the login page for your configuration panel.
  4. Enter the default username and password for your router.
  5. Once you enter the login credentials, you will be logged in into the router’s admin panel where you can edit the internet settings and take full advantage of its most advanced features.
Logging in to

Forgot IP address, username or password?

If you’ve changed your username or password and then forgot it, you can reset the router instead to its factory settings. Usually, the reset button is a small button that you can find on the back of your router. You’ll need a pin or something sharp to press it. Once found, press and hold it down for about 10 seconds, and your router will reset to its factory settings, then you can give it another try and log in to IP address.

After accessing to the router’s setting, you will be able to make any changes to Wireless Settings such as SSID, which is the network name, WiFi password, MAC/Physical Address Filtering, Access Control, and other settings on your network device.