Problems with Router IP Address 192.168.l.l
By now, in this day and age, it has become common knowledge that router settings are accessed or modified from a device, or a PC, which is connected to a router. Furthermore, the configuration page is accessed on the router by way of the internet browser. The router IP address is by default configured to 192.168.0.1, among others.
However, there are several fronts this error can occur on and due to. Some of them are the following:
What is issue 1?
If there are problems in entering the configuration by using the 192.168.0.1 IP address, the router can be reset to its factory settings. Or alternatively, a network scan can be carried out to reveal the IP address used.
What is issue 2?
- Try to reset the Wi-Fi router:
- Try connecting once more. Hopefully, this will be successful.
- When the LED indicators are blinking, proceed to release the button, which will result in the router restarting.
- Hit the Reset button on the router and hold it down for 20 to 30 seconds.
- Open a terminal. Then run the following command:
- ipconfig /flushdns
- ipconfig /renew
- In fact, you may need to reset the browser as well.
- You can also fix the connections by right clicking the network connection icon, which is located on the taskbar and then hitting the button for diagnosing and repairing.
If you still cannot seem to connect to your router, do the following:
- Open internet explorer by using the following: Options > Advanced tab > click reset, and then follow the given instructions. But, before that, right click the icon of the network connection on the taskbar, then hit the button for diagnose and repair. Make sure you have no computer viruses and also, clear away any cookies and temporary internet files.
You can try to resolve the issue in this way: on the back side of the router, you can find a small circular reset push button. Find a pen, and sue it to hold the button down for a couple of seconds, and then proceed to unplug the whole lot from the router. After a few seconds, plug it all back in, and wait for the data to come up once more. Then open a new browser, in the empty space type in 192.168.l.l, and put in your password. This should lead you directly to linksys. Read this useful article for more information.
You can try replacing your router in order to find out if you can open the 192.168.1.1 page. If it doesn’t work, and you think it may be the incoming line which is causing the trouble, you can try to disconnect the incoming phone line from the ISP (BSNL) and attempt to open a new 192.168.l.l page.
You may get lucky as this could work!