192.168.0.1.1 – Default Router Password – 192.168 o 1.1

192.168.0.1.1 / 192.168 o 1.1 – Router Configuration

The IP address 192.168.0.1.1 also referred to as 192.168 o 1.1 is a number that is most likely due to the lack of attention of a large number of people and which eventually propagates precisely because of the similarity with the correct IP number: 192.168.0.1 or even the 192.168.1.1

In USĀ another thing that is very widespread is the non use of instruction manuals, people always skip the steps necessary to understand clearly and fully the functioning of their electronic products.

See that, only knowing the exact information you will be able to properly configure your wireless router or wi-fi modem. So stay tuned we will try to help you in this setup during our brief article, come on.

192.168 o 1.1

Most companies, if not all, put the trivial information to access the administrative settings just below the device, so you just need to first check, if you do not find it, look in the manual, it will surely be there.

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The standard login of most Routers and Modems, whether or not they are Wireless (Wi-Fi), have the access data as described below:

User: Admin
Password: Admin

What settings will I have access to by the IP address 192.168.0.1.1 (192.168 o 1.1)?

192.168.o.1.1

Entering through the correct address 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 and not 192.168.0.1.1 (192.168 o 1.1) you will gain freedom to configure everything that the equipment allows.

We suggest that you just do not configure or change the options that you do not have knowledge about its functionality, as this may hurt you instead of helping. A router configuration or wireless modem configuration is essential for your internet connection to be seamless.

By logging in to IP address 192.168 o 1.1 or the others indicated you will get control for the following options:

  • Security access to the device;
  • Standard input and password change management;
  • Proxys;
  • QoS IP;
  • DNS server;
  • WAN;
  • DSL;
  • MAC;
  • ADSL;
  • LAN and WLAN;
  • WPS;

In addition to being able to release network access only to the people you want.

Warning: Please note that you do not make any changes to settings that you do not know about because an incorrect configuration may delay the flow of information between your router / modem and your device.

If you have changed something and do not know how to fix it, you can use the option to reboot the system to the factory settings. Which will be described further below.

Forgetting the password what do I do?

192.168.01

You just need to get your wireless router back to the factory settings, so you can take control again because you have the default passwords.

Do the following:

  • Take a paper clip, open it and insert it through the small hole with the RESET name on the back of your router;
  • Press until you feel the click of a button, now hold down this button for 10 seconds or until you notice that the lights on your modem blink differently or all have gone out.

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Once this is done, your equipment will be brought to its original factory settings, which will allow you to redo the setup process.

That’s it, good luck and any questions please contact us.