192.168.0.1 is the second most commonly used IP address to reach the modem/router configuration page (in most cases the default IP address is 192.168.1.1).
If you need to reach the configuration page of your router/modem, simply click on this link or copy/paste this address into the address bar of your browser:
If you have just purchased the modem/router you must enter the username and password indicated in the instructions of the device as credentials. Usually, the username is admin and the password is admin (the first thing to do then is to change the password to prevent the neighbor from connecting and changing the configuration).
Do you want to understand more about IP addresses and find out why 192.168.0.1 is used?
Sit down comfortably: the explanation will be simple but comprehensive. The IP address is a numeric code that identifies an entity within the network: it can be your laptop, your iPad but also a website. In fact, each site is associated with an IP address that uniquely identifies it in the internet world. When on your PC enter the address of Google two information arrive at your modem; the IP address of the person who asked for the site to be viewed (your pc) and the site you want to visit (google).
There are two types of IP addresses: public and private.
Public addresses are visible to anyone connected to the internet and for this, they must be unique (if the same IP was used by two different sites you could or never see one of the two sites or see a different site at each refresh).
Private addresses are used within local LANs and are not propagated to the internet; in this way, all the PCs you have at home can have their own IP without having to use the public IPs that are scarce (and therefore they cost money to use).
There are about 17 million private IPs usable but by convention, we almost always use two IPs for access to the router configuration page: 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.1.1
I entered 192.168.o.1 but it doesn’t work!
WARNING: the IP addresses are only NUMERICAL
Sometimes writing in a hurry happens to press the key of the letter O instead of the zero; check well. It happened to me more than once to reset the modem just to realize that I was writing the wrong address.
Once you reach the modem configuration page you can change the basic settings to make your new router perform as well as possible. Remember to check our guides for more information!
How did you get on this page?
You were probably trying to access the configuration page of your router/modem and you entered something in your browser address bar like:
- 192.168 0.1
- 192.168 l 0
- 192.168 01
- 192.168 0 l
- 192.168 o 1
- 192.168 0 1
- 192.168 l
- 192.168 0.1 1
- http 192.168 0 l
- 192.168 0.1 192.168 1.1
- 192 168.0 1
Doing so, however, you arrive on Google!
If you want to access the modem/router configuration page click here.