192.168.0.1: To access your router settings as administrator, click here.
Through the IP address 192.168.0.1 you will be able to access your router settings and perform changes into your network configuration.
192.168.0.1 – General Information
IP address type: Private, according to the range assigned by the IETF.
Known services for address 192.168.0.1: Since http://192.168.0.1 is a private address, that can be configured within a local network.
In particular, this IP address (192.168.0.1) is used as a gateway and access to the administration panel for routers whose providers are:
- Known Brands for 192.168.0.1: D-Link and Netgear
- Known usernames for 192.168.0.1: admin and none (no username)
- Known passwords for 192.168.0.1: admin, password and Admin.
This is the initial factory settings of these brands of routers. However, your internet provider (ISP) can modify it, for this reason, you should contact your provider before changing any settings in 192.168.0.1, unless you have the technical knowledge to make the changes yourself.
Enter the 192.168.0.1 configuration
To enter the configuration of your router or modem, you must enter the IP address 192.168.0.1 using one of the following methods:
Access to 192.168.0.1 directly: Type in the browser’s search bar your request 192.168.0.1, or http://192.168.0.1.
Search by Google, Bing, Yandex or another browser: Any of the following queries: 192.168.0.l, 192.168.o.1, 192.168.01, 192.168.1, 192.168.o.1.1, 192.168.l.1, 192.168.1., 192.168.11, 192.168.l.0, 192.168.o, 192.168 o 0.1, 192.168.0. or 192.168.0.1.1. The result will be redirected through the results to the correct IP address, that is, 192.168.0.1 (http://192.168.0.1), and then access the previous IP address through a link.
Either way, you can access the main page of your modem administration. An easy way to see if it’s ok is to get the login window by accessing the above IP address.
If your modem is from a different provider than the ones indicated in general information, or the page cannot be found when trying to access 192.168.0.1, try to enter through one of the following IP addresses of other providers: 192.168.1.254 , 10.0.0.1, 192.168.100.1, 192.168.8.1.
Login to admin panel (192.168.o.1)
To access the administration panel, you must enter the IP address 192.168.0.1 and write your username and passwords assigned by your internet provider, you can request it through their technical support service or by calling customer service directly.
If you do not have this information or if your internet provider refuses, try to access using one of the factory credentials for 192.168.0.1
To reset your modem to factory mode, press the hole on the side of the modem for a few seconds, when all the lights flash, you will have reset the device to factory mode, now just wait for the lights to come back on and try to access again with factory credentials from 192.168.0.1.
Private address range for 192.168.0.l
All devices that connect through a local or home network require private IP addresses. Private addresses within a local network are assigned within the range specified by the IETF in RFC 1918 on IP address allocation.
The IP address range for the private network whose gateway is 192.168.0.l is:
- From 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.0.254
This means, the devices that belong to the same local network can have any of the existing values in this range as their IP address, except for the IP address 192.168.0.1, since it is an address reserved by the manufacturer of the modem as a defaultgateway.
Configure private IP addresses at 192.168.0.l
To configure the IP addresses on your devices within your network whose access is 192.168.0.1, it can be done through two mechanisms: Manual or Dynamic (DHCP).
Static assignment of IP addresses
Static IP address allocation allows you to assign IPs to your devices by yourself, as long as the IP addresses you assign are within your modem’s predefined range for such addresses. In particular, for the address 192.168.0.l, you can assign an IP address between the values 192.168.0.2 and 192.168.0.254, that is, 253 different options.
Static allocation has different ways depending on the operating system. Below I will show you how to assign IP addresses in the most popular operating systems.
Windows: Assigning static IP addresses is easy, just follow these simple steps:
Click on Start button, followed by Settings and Network and Internet.
We select the current type of connection of your network:
- If the network is connected via WiFi, select WiFi, then Manage known networks, select the network you want to modify their settings and click on properties.
- If the network is connected via Ethernet, select Ethernet and select the current network.
In the IP Assignment section, select manual mode. You enter the IP address contained for the range of your network, for example: 192.168.0.254, and in DNS server you enter the DNS address of your modem or the public Google DNS (22.214.171.124 or 126.96.36.199).
MacOS: To assign a static IP address, you should follow these steps:
- Open your launchpad and go to System Preferences.
- Select Network.
- Select WiFi or Ethernet, depending on the way you are connected to the network.
- Click on Advanced and then TCP/IP.
- To configure an IPv4 address, we select Manually and enter the IP address within the range of your network, for example: 192.168.0.254,
In the DNS tab enter the DNS address of our modem, or Google’s dns (188.8.131.52 or 184.108.40.206)
Linux: For almost any Linux distribution, we use the command line to configure a network interface statically in a simple way.
By using the following ip addr command and specifying the interface, it is the easiest way to add a network interface as shown in the following example:
ip addr add 192.168.0.254/16 dev eth0
In this example we assign the static IP address 192.168.0.254 to the interface eth0. That IP address is within the default assignable IP address range for gateway 192.168.0.1.
Dynamic allocation of IPs by DHCP
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is a protocol that assigns IP addresses to each of the devices (or hosts) on the local network, according to their netmask. That is predefined by the network and means the assigned network configuration.
You can assign IP addresses on Windows, MacOS using the dynamic assignment of IPs, following the same steps as shown in the static assignment of IP addresses, except for the manual part, instead we select DHCP.
For Linux, we assign IP addresses by DHCP in the netmask-assigned range for 192.168.0.1 and is very easy. Only execute the following command in superuser mode:
sudo dhclient eth0
Here eth0 is the interface of the network card, where we want to assign the DHCP client through dhclient.
Public IP address for 192.168.0.l
Public IP address is a kind of IP with global reach, unlike a local-scope private IP address. There are currently two versions for IP addresses: IPv4 and IPv6.
The most widely used version of IP addresses worldwide is IPv4. These IP addresses were originally produced for ARPANET (United States Department of Defense Network) in 1983 and later released as the first version of the IP protocol for general use, which due to its stability, has been widely used until today.
IPv4 addresses are unique and cannot be duplicated on the network. Therefore your modem contains a unique public IP address and all devices on your local network can access the internet through this IP address.
192.168.0.1 is a private IP address that acts as a gateway, it is configured on your router or modem and have only local access to your network, so the public IP address also configured inside your modem can be used directly only by the router and pass the packets from all the devices of your network to internet.
Another devices within the same network have range through the modem. So it is possible to establish a filter in the modem or firewall to control the traffic between the public IP address and the other devices through the address 192.168.0.1.
192.168.0.1 – Troubleshooting
The IP address 192.168.0.1 is the gateway of your local network. Sometimes devices on the internal network do not have access to the administration panel for any of the following reasons:
192.168.0.1 – Page not found
Not having access to http://192.168.0.l (or 192.168.0.1) can be produced by any of these reasons:
Lack of connectivity to the modem at 192.168.0.l
Verify that your device has a successful connection to your local network. If you want to connect to 192.168.0.1 via WiFi, check if your device is reached by the router to access the admin settings. It may be necessary to connect your device via Ethernet to your modem.
192.168.0.l, 192.168.o.1 and other errors when entering IP address
Another common mistake is enter a wrong IP address, or a text that is simply not an IP address. Among the most common errors when entering the IP address 192.168.0.1 are the following:
Common errors: 192.168.0.l, 192.168.o.1, 192.168.01, 192.168.1, 192.168.o.1.1, 192.168.l.1, 192.168.1., 192.168.11, 192.168.l.0, 192.168.o, 192.168 o 0.1, 192.168.0., 192.168.0.1.1, 192.168.o.l.
Such values may provide a correct result through a search engine, for example Google, but writing them directly in the navigation bar will result in a page error (site not found), remember that the only valid IP address for it case is 192.168.0.1 (or http://192.168.0.1).
Admin panel is out of 192.168.0.1
If your modem has a different brand than the ones we listed at the beginning, the IP address to access your administration panel is not 192.168.0.1, you must verify the IP address of your router settings with your internet provider ISP. Some of the most common internet providers for Mexico are Izzi
If the error persists or you have no way to check the correct IP address of your gateway (where you know that it is not 192.168.0.1), you could try one of these IP address options: 192.168.1.254, 10.0.0.1, 192.168.100.1, 192.168.8.1. Or maybe you could search for your gateway address manually. To find the IP address of your gateway, you must follow this procedure:
IP address of my gateway (Not 192.168.0.1)
To check the IP address to access the administration panel of your modem or router, you can follow these steps, valid for both Windows, MacOS and also Linux environments:
Windows: You can check the IP address using the command console (cmd) and the ipconfig command. The default gateway is the gateway address to enter the configuration panel.
MacOS: With this command: netstat -nr | grep default you should take note where it says Default Gateway IP. This is the address to access your admin panel.
Linux: We will use the ip route and grep commands as follows:
ip route | grep default
With this command, you should see the IP address of your gateway. This is the address to load your administration panel.
I can’t enter the admin panel at 192.168.o.1
If you can access the login window at 192.168.0.1, but cannot log in, these are the instructions you should follow.
First try to access with the username and password that your internet service provider (ISP) gave you. If there is no way to get it or it is not possible to get your username and password through your provider, try to follow these steps:
- Try to access the admin panel at 192.168.0.1 using the passwords shown in the General Information section (factory credentials)
- If it is not possible to access by the passwords predefined by the manufacturer and your modem is from some of the predefined brands for 192.168.0.l, you will need to reset your modem to factory mode, with a pin in the hole next to the modem for a few seconds, and then try again to enter with the factory password.