What is 192.168.0.1.1?
A large number of router manufacturers us the 192.168.0.1.1 IP address as a default address for their routers. It represents a private 32-bit IPv4 address, class C. This is also the default address for a very large number of home broadband routers and broadband modems, which include at least billion ADSL routers, connect routers, Internet gateways, and switches.Although this address is set at the factory by the manufacturer, it can be changed at any time by using the vendor’s management software.
Your username and password can also be changed. You can set any device on the local network to use it. However, in order to avoid address conflicts, just one device on the local network is supposed to use this particular address at a time. Also, it is reserved to be used in private networks. Private networks use private IP address space, mainly used for home, office, and enterprise LANs (local area networks), and are not present on the Internet. They go in the IP range reserved by the IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority). That is done to bypass the lack of available IP address. Many networks at home are not part of it, no matter they are connected to the Internet. Actually, many computers must share the same ISP connection, and they cannot directly be reached from the Internet. Also the best thing about it is that considering the growing threats of malware on the Internet, the best thing is that direct contact is being avoided.
How to access 192.168.0.1.1
Due to some network configuration problems you might be unable to access this address. It contains a web-interface which allows control of the router configuration. The first thing to do would be to ping this address. Here’s how to do it.
- Press the Start button and click Run. The following window will appear:
- Type cmd and press Enter. In the Command prompt type ping 192.168.o.1.1
After doing this you should get a reply. If you don’t follow the next steps:
- Connect to the Access point
- Go to Wireless Connection Status
- Click Properties
- Highlight the Internet protocol (TCP/IP)
- Click Properties again
- Mark the Use the following IP address and then type 192.168.0.1.1 (NOTE: At the last part a random number between 1 and 100 should be selected)
- Press Tab no the keyboard and it will automatically generate the default subnet mask.
- Close the application.
- After these steps, try pinging the 192.168.0.1.1 address again, according to the images above.
- This procedure should fix it if there is not a bigger problem involved.
If the router doesn’t receive a response from the computer located at IP 192.168.o.1.1 you will receive a Gateway Timeout message. This can happen because there isn’t a computer at this address, or it doesn’t listen to port 80. Then you should check your firewall settings if you have one, because maybe that is the reason why it doesn’t respond to your requests. If your problem remains unsolved, please use your router user manual for detailed instructions.