192.168.0.1 is the IP address of admin panel of D-Link, Netgear and some other companies’ routers. 192.168.0.1 is similar to 192.168.1.1 or 10.0.0.1 and is also used to access the router’s configuration panel.
Changes for your NETGEAR router can be made once you log in into the router’s configuration panel and this can be done by heading over to http://routerlogin.net whilst you’re connected with NETGEAR connection. You will then be able to configure and make the required changes/set up your router.
If you are looking to set up your new ASUS Router or need to make some changes to the Settings of the Router then you can do this by visiting router.asus.com. This is the configuration panel for ASUS Routers and this website can only be visited if you are connected to an ASUS Network.
To make changes in your Linksys Router or to set up your new router, you need to access Linksys Router Configuration which can be done once you are connected to Linksys Network. Once connected, you need to login into your Linksys Router.
To access the Router Configuration page for your D-Link Router, you need to visit the default gateway address for D-Link Routers. Once you are connected to your D-Link Router, you can visit the D-Link Router Configuration Panel and make the desired changes.
You can access the configuration panel of TP-Link Router through TP-Link’s dedicated webpage “http://tplinklogin.net“. From here you can set up your new TP-Link Router or Configure it! You will only be able to access this webpage if your device is connected to the TP-Link Router. Once you are connected to the TP-Link Network, you can follow these steps to log in to TP-Link Router.
10.0.0.138 is a Private IP address that is assigned to various devices. Along with that, it is also the Default Gateway Address of many networking devices such as modems and routers. It is mostly used by Telstra for their networking devices(Routers/Modem) as a default gateway.
This IP Address can be assigned manually to any device on a local network including smartphones, laptops, tablets, smart TVs etc. Along with that, it the default IP address for many networking devices. Continue reading “10.0.0.138”
192.168.100.1 is a Private IP address that is assigned to various devices. Along with that, it is also the Default Gateway Address of many networking devices such as modems and routers. It is used by many popular companies as the default IP address for their modems.
Not only is it the default IP address for many devices, but it can also be assigned manually to any device on a local network. You can assign this IP to any device on a local network including smartphones, laptops, tablets, smart TVs etc. Continue reading “192.168.100.1”
192.168.254.254 is mostly a private IP address that is assigned by your router to various devices operating on the same network. Most of the times you will find 192.168.254.254 to be a private IP address, but some companies such as Siemens and Sagecomm use this IP address as the default gateway address for their modems and routers.
Whether 192.168.254.254 is your private IP address or the default gateway address of your router, you can use it to log in to your router to access the administrative panel of your router or modem. From there you can make a variety of different configurations for your networking device. Continue reading “192.168.254.254”
This is the basic guide for how you can configure and setup up your Trendnet router for Wireless Connection. The options may vary according to different models, but the basic configuration is the same. Continue reading “Trendnet Router Setup”