192.168.1.1 Is the IP address which is utilized by all the network brands because it’s the default IP address of WLAN routers. You should use this IP address to configure your Routerlogin settings. With this particular IP address, you are able to manage security options of one’s network IP QoS, ADSL, DSL, DNS, LAN, Network management and several such options.
Troubleshooting an Unresponsive Router
Network troubleshooting steps of RouterLogin in Netgear should be followed to determine why a router set up at 192.168.1.1 is not responding. The issue may be with the router itself, with the client device, or with the connection in between (such as cabling or wireless interference issues).
How to troubleshoot 192.168.1.1 RouterLogin in Netgear?
Sometimes you may get an access error on accessing 192.168.1.1 IP address to configure your network. It may be due to the browser cache or IP address issue. In that case, you must use the following steps to solve it:
Step 1 – Verify the URL, username, and password you are using to login to the router admin section. Most commonly the web address is website routerlogin.net or www.routerlogin.com
Username – admin
Password – admin
If you have changed the password then enter that password. If you do not remember the password then reset your router.
Step 2 – If you get an error, the browser cache can be one of the reasons. Try using some other internet browser like Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome etc. Else you can also clear the browser history completely and try again.
Step 3 – If the URL website routerlogin.net or www.routerlogin.com is not working. Try using the IP address for the URL like 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 instead of the earlier used IP address. If even these do not work, check the IP address at the bottom of the router to verify whether you are entering correct details or not.
Step 4 – Try accessing through different methods if you are still not able to reach the login page. You can connect the wired Ethernet connection directly to the router to access the page using a different device.
Step 5 – If you are connected to multiple networks at the same time, it is better to disconnect all connected to the NETGEAR router.
Step 6 – Disable all pop-up blockers, firewalls, and even the ad blocking software of your browser. This may cause issues to the pop-ups asking for username and password.
Step 7 – You must power cycle your modem, router and the connected devices. Leave power off on the NETGEAR router for 10 seconds and then reboot the network also check out Wireless Router Setup.
Step 8 – If none of the steps seem to work then the final option is to do a factory reset of the router device. After doing the factory reset, reset all the configured settings.
Step 9 – Now you need to use the details mentioned in Step 1 for login purpose. After login click on the ADVANCED option.
Step 10 — Now click on Advanced –> Router Update –> Check. You will find your new firmware. Click yes to update the firmware.
By following these steps, you will be able to solve the access error and configure the Routerlogin settings in an effective manner.