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How to Log in to IP Address

Configure the router IP Address is not a common knowledge. It’s okay if you don’t know how to connect to router. You don’t need to open a new tab to find out how to login. Here, we’ll help you with straightforward action by following these steps.

  1. Check the Connection

    First of all, you need to make sure that all devices are connected to the same router’s network. Open the browser and prepare the IP Address. Sometimes it’s written on the back of the router’s box.

  2. Input the IP Address

    Open the browser page, copy the IP Address and paste on the address bar. There will be a dialog box that will authenticate the user. But if it shows an error message, it’s pretty clear that is not your IP Address. Make sure you write it right and there’s no typo.

  3. Username & Password

    You need to enter the username and password on the dialog box. Most of them are set to ‘admin’. But if it didn’t work, you can use the username and password from the list above this description.

Troubleshooting and FAQ

Some people find out that they couldn’t connect their devices with this IP Address. And if you encounter error, such as there’s pop up shows ‘this page is not available’, there some steps to solve this issue.

  • The router is unable to connect because it’s offline
  • There’s technical problem that prevent you to connect with the IP Address

To manage this issue, you can find it based on the Frequently Asked Questioned (FAQ) below:

Is Ethernet Cable Connected?

You need to plug the Ethernet cable to the socket properly. A loose cable will interrupt the connection and upset you. When it’s connected properly, the LED Light turns into green.

Does Your Router Function Normally?

It is easy to check whether your router function normally or not. Each modem has LED Lights that indicate of connection and function. Like when the Ethernet cable is not connected properly, the light might turn Red instead of Green. Once all cables connected, all the lights should be green that indicate as “hey, everything’s perfect!”.

Reboot The Router

If all those things are failed, the last thing you can do is rebooting the router. This process will reset the IP Address to its default state. Follow these steps to reboot the router.

– Unplug the Ethernet cable from modem or router

– Turn off the router

– Now, plug in the Ethernet cable to modem

– And then turn on the router Those process all the IP Address of every connected device.

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