is categorized under Class C of private IP addresses and is predetermined by manufacturers as the standard gateway for accessing a router’s Admin Panel. By logging into the Admin Panel through this IP address, users can modify various router settings, including the alteration of the Wi-Fi Network Name (SSID) and Password.

Steps to Access Admin Panel:

Ensure Connectivity: Make sure your device is connected to the network either via Ethernet or Wi-Fi.

Access the Browser: Open your preferred web browser (e.g., Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.).

Enter the IP Address: Type “” into the browser’s address bar and press Enter. Make sure not to mistype the address as “www.” or “” as these are incorrect.

Enter Login Credentials: If prompted, enter the correct username and password. If you haven’t changed the default credentials, they are often “admin” for both fields, but this can vary by router manufacturer. You can check the router’s label or the documentation that came with the device.

Access Router’s Admin Page: Once you provide the correct credentials, you should have access to the router’s administration page. Here, you can modify various settings, such as the Wi-Fi password, network name (SSID), and security protocols.

Troubleshooting: If you’re unable to access the login page, ensure you’re connected to the correct network, the router is powered on, and you’ve entered the right IP address. If you’ve changed the password and can’t remember it, you might need to reset the router to factory settings (usually done by pressing and holding a reset button on the router). Be aware that resetting will erase all your settings.

By following these steps, you should successfully log into your router using and be able to manage your network configurations as needed.

Troubleshooting Issues:

If you encounter connectivity issues or have forgotten your login credentials after altering your router’s configurations, a factory reset can be an effective solution. Here’s how to revert your router to its original settings:

  1. Locate the Reset Button: Look for the small, concealed ‘RESET’ button on your router’s rear side. It’s typically recessive to prevent accidental resets.
  2. Initiate Reset: Using a pointed tool like a paperclip or pin, carefully press and continue holding the ‘RESET’ button for about 10 to 15 seconds. Ensure you apply slight pressure until the process activates.
  3. Wait for the Router to Reboot: Release the button, and the router will begin its reboot sequence. It’s normal for the device to momentarily disrupt its services as it re-establishes its internal settings.
  4. Restoration of Factory Settings: Once the router restarts, it will return to its original factory settings. All previous configurations, including custom login information, will be erased, restoring the default username and password.

After the reset, you can reconfigure your network settings as needed. Remember, this process clears all previous data, so any customized information will need to be re-inputted.