192.168.16.1

Is there a chance that my default IP is 192.168.16.1? How to check if this address is my default gateway? What manufacturers and devices use it as a default gateway?? What can I do with it if it is my default IP? Can I use this address as a client IP? All the answers can … Read more

198.162.1.1

If you try to type 198.162.1.1 in your browser, you will probably get a message like in the picture below. Why is that happening? Are you using the right address? What kind of address is 198.162.1.1? Is this address your default gateway? You will find all the answers in this article.  Basics of IP Addressing … Read more

192.168.1.3

Do you want to find out what kind of address is this and what can you do with it? This article will give you all the necessary info. You will learn how to find your default IP, what devices use 192.168.1.3 as a default IP, how to use this address if it’s your default IP, … Read more

192.168.1.11

If you’re using a ZyXEL bridge (like B-420 or G-405) or Thomson TG 185n wireless repeater, 192.168.1.11 is your default IP. If you’re using a router with a default gateway from the 192.168.1.0/24 subnet, there’s a good chance that the address from the title is assigned to one of your devices. Whether, it’s your default … Read more

192.168.123.254

Is this address your default gateway? Do you want to learn how to use it? You’ve come to the right place. In this article, you will find all the information about 192.168.123.254. We will explain the fundamentals of IP addressing, show you how to check your default gateway and how to use it to adjust … Read more

192.168.0.1.1

Have you just tried to enter the address from the title in your browser and got a message like in the picture below? Well, that’s because 192.168.0.1.1 is not a valid IP address. Addresses like this one can cause a lot of confusion, but it’s all easily solvable. You just have to read this article, … Read more

192.168.0.2

Does your switch, range extender, or router have this address assigned to it as a default gateway? Wondering what kind of address this is? Don’t know how to use it? The following article will help you learn all you need to know about 192.168.0.2. We’ll quickly go through the basics of IP addressing, give you … Read more

192.168.1.0

If you’ve ever tried to change some of your router’s settings (at least to change your wi-fi network name and/or password) the chances are – you’ve seen an IP address similar to the one from the title. Something that starts with 192.168.1… You’ve had to type in this address in your browser to access the … Read more

192.168.15.1

Have you just found this address on the back of your router under ‘’default gateway’’ and now don’t know how to use it? Do you have a router or an access point with this IP address and need some instructions on how to change your network name and password, or how to change some other … Read more

192.168.254.254

People rarely pay attention to IP addresses, their purpose, and their meaning. The only situation when they become important is when you want to change your wi-fi network’s name and password or, on rare occasions, when you have to make some other changes to your network to improve the performance or enable some feature. Depending … Read more

192.168.1.2

What is 192.168.1.2 used for? Can it be your default gateway? Can it be a host IP address? Can it be a static IP address? How to use it? You’ll find all the answers in the following article. What Kind of IP Address is 192.168.1.2? 192.168.1.2 comes from a dedicated block of private addresses (192.168.x.x) … Read more

192.168.0.1 Router IP Address

If you are using a wireless router produced by TENDA, TP-Link, Luxul, Technicolor, Sitecom you have to know that the default IP address is in most cases 192.168.0.1. Some of these companies also use 192.168.1.1 as a default IP. The following article will try to give you answers to all the questions related to the … Read more

192.168.10.1 login – Default IP address explained

In the following guide you will see how to login to your router using the IP 192.168.10.1. Additionally, we will explain how to use this IP to secure your router, what are the default login credentials for the routers using 192.168.10.1 and what to do if the login process fails at one moment. Before we … Read more