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What is 192.168.l.l?

192.168.l.l is a special class local IP address used in various internet network equipment devices at home and workplaces such as routers, modems, switches, mesh Wi-Fi, access points, range extenders, gateways, power-line and 4g internet devices.
Usually, we use this IP address to access the admin panel of our device via a web browser, log in and make all the necessary configuration settings on the hardware.

How do I log in to IP address?

You can easily login by clicking the link You can also enter the admin panel by typing “ ” in the URL bar of any web browser such as Google Chrome (Windows, Android), Firefox, Opera, Safari (iPhone, macOS) or other. Please don't use to SSL (https://) protocol.

192.168.l.1 does not open, what can I do?

Click or or links and try to enter. Your device's default gateway may have been assigned a different ipv4 by the local DHCP server. The above are the most frequently used addresses but are not limited to this. There are hundreds of different private class IP addresses. If you clicked all of them and the admin login panel is still not opened, try to find your default IP address with our application that does not require any installation online from the “ Router IP Finder ” page.

If you still have access problems, first make sure you are connected to the device wired or wireless, then repeat the steps above. If you have bought a new product, follow the steps in the user manual.

Admin login screen opened but requires username and password

Don't worry if you forgot it, our database of “ Router Password Finder ” has thousands of default passwords updated every week. Try logging in with the most common username / password combinations from the table below.

Most Common Username & Password Combinations on Wi-fi Routers
Username Password Percentage

If you are still unable to log in, try to find the password combinations by selecting your brand from the list below.

If you have changed this password before and forgot it, please read our “ Router Password Recovery ” article.

What can be done with this IP?

If you have successfully completed all the steps and logged in, it now allows you to access your router-modem device with full authority. You can make adjustments and playing on all transactions offered by the router software after login. You can make following adjustments; Network Management, IP QoS, Security Options, Proxy, DNS, WLAN, LAN, WAN settings, DHCP client, DSL, WPS, MAC, ADSL blocking and the other adjustments. In this way, that’s not matter where you are, at home, at work, at schools, you can manage your internet.

Tip: How do I keep my Wi-Fi secure?

Here are the most important tips to ensure Wi-Fi security in your home and workplace and to protect against attacks such as DDOS, Botnet and data theft;
  1. Turn off WPS Setting
    WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) feature, which is an easy and effective way to establish a Wi-Fi connection, can connect any device in the network instantly without the need for you to enter a password after pressing a button on the router. There is a major security weakness with all this easy transportation. As the WPS password is written on the label that can be found under or on the back of the device, hackers can try to hack your WPS Pin with the algorithms they have developed.
  2. Change Your Wi-Fi and Network Name
    When you first start, your network name and password are usually set as default by your internet service provider. However, these default information can always be easily deciphered by someone else, and they can hijack your network.
  3. Change your administrator access password
    When you open the box of the product you purchased, it comes with a default password on your device. Please change this password and set a strong password. If any unauthorized user accesses the admin panel, they can control your network.
  4. Turn the device off remote access
    The remote access mode leaves a rear door that can be accessed by everyone except you. If you don't need it and you are not an expert, you should always keep this turned off.
  5. Always keep your firmware up to date
    You hear new hacking and hacking methods on the Internet every day. So keep your current firmware constantly updated and check it often on 192.168.1.l.