Sometimes technology tends to be more complicated than it should be; take for example the address to connect to the management page of your modem/router. It’s been ten minutes that you try to connect to the IP address 192.168.o.1 but the browser only returns an error page. Yet until yesterday, it worked without problems.

Why can’t I connect to 192.168.o.1?

The answer is simpler than one might imagine. Let’s start from a fixed point: the IP addresses are only NUMERICAL.

Are you having any doubts regarding your IP?

Exact! You have inadvertently entered the letter O instead of the zero.

So if the IP address of your modem/router configuration page is just click on this link to access. Or on this magical link:


The address is in the correct format, but the page isn’t displayed? Perhaps your modem uses the most common IP address:

After solving your first problem you just have to take a look at our guides to configure the modem to its full potential.

And remember…

192.168.o.1 is not a valid IP address