Surely you’ve heard about IP address. But you know how they really work and which your use? 192.168.0.1 is a number used very commonly as default address Internet Protocol – IP in almost all types of TP-link models, D-Link and Netgear also.
This IPv4 network address can be changed at any time by using the router management console.
Now that you know that 192.168.0.1 is a default IP address, you should know that this will help you identify some of your router configuration problems.
The routers are configured almost systematically by a web interface which can be access by typing 192.168.0.1 in your browser.
During the first connection to the router, the user must connect to the router via the RJ-45 cable, you must connect the computer to the input. Only in this way you can configure 192.168.0.1!
To perform this procedure, you have to enter the login and the password from the factory, which you can change later. To have access to this data, please refer to your device manual or box, that’s where the information are.
The private address 192.168.0.1 is defined by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority. The IANA sets some IP address ranges that are to be used only for private use in local networks and individual computers.
If a machine try using a different IP than your internet access is denied. These links need to go through a router that implements Network Address Translation (NAT), and thus provide more security to your local network.
If you can’t connect to 192.168.0.1, you can try restarting your router.
To do this, follow the instructions:
After this procedure, try inserting the username and the password from the factory, if you have never changed. If you still cannot connect, call a technician!
You should check your IP address so that problems can be diagnosed and navigation.
Look how this is a simple task to do!
Checking Windows IP address
If your computer has the Windows operating system, you must:
Checking Mac IP address
If your product is Mac, you must:
To configure your router and resolve basic problems of connection, it is crucial to know your router’s IP address.
Although 192.168.0.1 is default, he is not always used.
To find out the IP of your router, follow the instructions:
As all routers have a web-based interface, they are configured from a web address. The routers can be accessed by DNS name or by their IP addresses.
An IP address is four numbers separated by written the periods.
The domestic networks of internet use addresses that begin with 192,168 numbering, such as 192.168.0.1.
You can check the IP number of your router (since it has not been changed during Setup) for manufacturing paper.
The address can also be in the box or in the manual.
If your IP starts with 169 numbering, you won’t be able to access the internet!
This address indicates a problem in navigation and is providing an incorrect IP.
If this occurs, the best tip is to reset your router and reconfigure it.
This problem may also occur when there is a conflict between the computer and the router.
If resetting the router does not work, call a skilled technician.