Login – Access Router Admin Page

If you use a router from companies like Thomson, Billion, Netopia, Trendnet, etc, then you will not be able to log in to the admin panel using the default router IP. You will have to login router page for that purpose. If you don’t know what it is, this post is specially written for you.

Here, I will guide you on how to use the private IP for router login. This will help you to access the admin panel, and make customizations and configurations. Additionally, I will also help you troubleshoot any router login issues.

What is

Some routers are assigned a specific IP address, and you can’t access their admin panel using the default one. Netopia, Thomson, and many other brands provide routers that come with a private IP. is a type of private IP address that works for a long list of routers. It is a C-class IP address and one of the most used private IP addresses by routers.

If you have a router from any of the brands that we have discussed till now or have listed below, there are good chances you may have already seen it some time or somewhere. This IP not only works for wireless routers but also works for certain modems. A lot of people also know it as the ‘Default Gateway IP.’

If you are a power user who is willing to bring the best out of their router, you should really understand using it to tweak the default configurations.

What is it used for? is used to login to the admin panel of the router for which it works. You can simply enter it in a browser while being connected to the network (LAN or WiFi), and log in using the router credentials. From there, you will be able to unlock a whole bunch of tweaks that you can make. Some of them are actually worth trying.

Some common things you can do by accessing the admin panel of your router include changing the WiFi name (SSID), password, set up parental controls, upgrade firmware, and many similar customizations. You can also check the traffic or speed stats of the network using the admin interface.

Note: The correct IP address is, and not 192.168.l.254. You have to use the numeric one (1), and not the alphabetical l (L). Router Login

In order to use, you just need to enter it in a browser and log in using the router credentials. If you are new to the procedure, I have demonstrated everything briefly below. You can simply follow my steps to learn everything.

Step-1: Open a browser, and enter in the URL bar or Address bar (whatever you like calling it), and hit the Enter key on the keyboard. This will load the router login page.

Step-2: On the router login page, enter the router username and password in their respective fields, and click on the ‘login’ button.

Note: The router username and password are different than the WiFi name and password. If you don’t know them, you can use the default ones (I have mentioned them below).

Step-3: Once you are logged in, you can navigate the admin interface, and make the tweaks you want. They range from basic to advanced and will be available under respective sections.

That’s it. This is how you can use the private router IP to get into the admin panel and tweak the default configurations.

Default Usernames & Passwords for

Here is a list of default usernames and passwords for the router that have as the default gateway IP. You can use these to log in to the admin panel if you don’t know the router username and password.

default username and password for

The majority of the people don’t know their router username and password as the technician completes the setup. So, they keep using the default ones without even knowing. Now that you know, you can change them for added security.

List of Routers that use IP

If you are still confused that if is the default IP for your router, you can easily find it out by trying to access it while being connected to the router. Another way to find that out is by going through the list of routers below.

  • Netopia
  • Siemens
  • Trendnet
  • TP-Link
  • 3Com Routers
  • Linksys
  • Billion
  • MSI
  • 2Wire
  • Technicolor
  • Thomson
  • AboCom
  • Loopcom
  • OvisLink

If your route’s name is among these, then you can definitely use the focused IP to access the admin panel.

Troubleshooting Tips for Router Login Issues

Even after going through everything written above, if you are still facing certain issues while logging in to the router admin panel, you can try troubleshooting the existing issues. I have explained the common issues you might be facing along with their solutions below. Just go through them, and you will be able to resolve your issue.

1. Took Too Long to Respond

If you entered in the URL bar of a browser, and it returned with an error message saying “This site can’t be reached, took too long to respond, then you are entering the wrong IP address. If you have a similar view on the screen, then the default login IP for your router is different.

You can find the correct IP for your router by following these steps:

  • Press Win+X keys.
  • Choose Command Prompt (Admin).
  • Enter ipconfig in the Command Prompt window.
  • Hit enter.

The IP address listed alongside ‘Default Gateway’ is the one that you have to use.

That’s it.

2. Forgot Router Username & Password

Forgetting usernames and passwords is a very common human habit. If you have forgotten the router credentials, you can simply reset them to the default ones, and then use them to log in.

To reset your router, find the small ‘Reset’ button present at the back or bottom of the router. Now press it for 15-20 seconds using a pin, needle, or any pointed object.

After resetting your router, you’ll have to set it up again.

3. Your Connection is not private

If you are trying to access the router login IP, but your browser is saying that ‘your connection is not private,’ then you can easily fix it.

Just click on ‘Advanced’ and then click on ‘Proceed to (unsafe).’

Final Take is a C-Class private router IP for routers ranging from brands like Netopia, Billion, Thomson, etc. It is used to access the router admin panel, and customize the default configurations. Now you know what it is and what it does. The rest is up to you that you how you utilize it for your benefits.

That’s all for this post. I hope you find it helpful. Feel free to use the comment box to share your opinions about it.

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