192.168 1.1 is the default gateway number of the vast majority of wireless routers and ADSL modem, i.e. by Linksys Broadbands or any home network.
Although there are many IP addresses that can be destined to the router, 192.168.1.1 is used by Convention, much more!
With Network Address Translation (NAT), these reserved addresses are intended to decrease the IPv4 Address exhaustion, while the transition to IPv6.
In this way, it is allowed that many devices can share the same public IP.
Millions or even billions of devices can share the Default IP 192.168.1.1 and as these IPs are only used for communication in private networks, to be reused, even if at the same time, does not cause conflict.
As a default address of 192.168.1.1 indicates most routers, together with the translation of this address there are other 3. They exist to allow that so many devices share the same public IP.
An important fact to consider is that all addresses in the 192.168.1.0 to 192.168.1.255 range of are in the same network.
In all networks, there is a main feature: the address of the first and the last is unusable, so the first address to be used would be 192.168.1.1 and the latter would address 192.168.1.254.
In the domestic domain, all computers need to have unique addresses, should not even be doubled. If the IP address of a machine not start with 192.168.1, then it is outside of that subnet.
So you can access the settings of your router, type 192.168.1.1 in your browser.
After you access the router’s admin panel, there will be several choices of available configurations, such as DSL, DHCP, WLAN, DNS, Proxy, and more!
After accessing the 192.168 1.1 , then enter your username and your password to log into your router.
If you have forgotten or do not know your username and your password, you will have to find in the original packaging of the appliance.
This information is located together with the serial number and the login address.
If you have already changed your password and forgotten it, then, to access the 192.168.1.1 , you will need to restart your modem and turn it to the factory settings.
To do this, identify the “Reset” button, which usually are hidden in. Press this button for 10 seconds using a needle, paper clip or toothpick.
If the gateway address 192.168.1.1 is not working, maybe this isn’t your. However, there are several possibilities for this problem.
The ethernet port either on your PC or the router may be malfunctioning.
So you podechecar through ethernet adapter problems first, and conclude that the problem drive is not the case, then continue the process.
You should still check the TCP/IP stack.
Another attempt that you must use is to test the adapter itself, in CMD.
In the router itself, to regularize the 192.168.1.1 you should: