192.168.l5.1  is one of the common DNS Server IP addresses which the routers use as an access point. These servers act as a layer of abstraction for translation between hostname and IP addresses. In the case of routers, these are also where the settings are set-up. With these settings, one can manage security, WPS block, MAC, WLAN settings and various others. The first thing to do to connect a Wi-Fi router is to go to the settings. Depending on the model and brand of the router (Tplink, Dlink, Zyxel, etc.), these may be the following ip-addresses:

192.168.l5.1 admin-panel and entrance to the WiFi router

Logging into any wireless router is very simple. To do this, just enter the ip-address 192.168.l5.1 of its admin panel in the browser line. However, an Internet connection is not required. To find out exactly which address you need to enter in order to enter the settings panel of your particular router, study the documentation in a paper video or download the instructions for your router model on the Internet.

All modern WiFi routers have a sticker (on the case itself), usually at the bottom of the device. It displays all the information for the initial setup of the router, the name of the login page, login and password for access. After the initial setup, it is highly recommended that you change them to your own. Otherwise, everyone who has access to the router will be able to reconfigure it or change the login information.

After logging in to 192.168.l5.1 or 192.168.l5.1, you need to specify the type of connection. To do this, go to the network and sharing control settings, select the access point that is responsible for communicating with your router. When connected, it becomes clickable and changes color from gray to black.

Left-click on it, select the properties of iPv4 and set the IP and DNS addresses that the provider gave you during the execution of the Internet connection agreement. If you have not been given such information, call technical support and ask. Or you can search for the necessary information on the provider’s website. Often on the official Internet resource upload instructions for connecting.

If the documentation indicates that IP and DNS should be left dynamic – do not uncheck and do not enter anything into these fields. Most often this happens, but if static identifiers are used, they must be specified.

This situation sometimes occurs if the subscriber orders an allocated IP address himself and forgets about it. Sometimes the provider can independently provide such a service. After you deal with IP and DNS, you can proceed to configure the router itself.

Configuring a router, Wi-Fi connection and network equipment

Initially, you need to find out if your provider uses MAC address binding. If not, you can skip this item and immediately move to the next. But if a technical support specialist tells you that the MAC address is being used, it will need to be cloned in the router settings. The essence of this operation is that the computer identifier matches the identifier of the router.

To do this, connect to the not yet configured access point of your router and drive the address 192.168.l5.1 into the address bar of the browser . If you are using a router from NetGear or D-Link, use 192.168.l5.1. The device control panel from different manufacturers is significantly different, so you yourself need to find the necessary section. For example, on TP-Link routers, the necessary menu is located on the “Network> Mac clone” path.