192.168.1.1 Admin

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192.168.1.1 is the most popularly used private IP Address to identify a device in a private network. But, what does that exactly mean?

The Concept of Private IP Address

To understand it clearly, you should grasp the idea of private IP Addresses. You must definitely be knowing about the IP Address, which is nothing but a combination of four set of numbers, separated by three dots (.). Something like 212.23.214.43. All these numbers are between 0 and 255. This combination of numbers is used to identify a device on the Internet.

In early days of Internet, it was thought of assigning a unique IP Address for each and every device connected on the network. No two devices could have the same address. But soon, the concept had to be modified because of the shear number of devices which got hooked up to it.

It led to the concept of Private Networks, which were connected to the Internet through a gateway. The private networks, within themselves are required to follow the scheme of unique IP address for each device connected. However, that IP address can be used by some other IP address within itself.

The convention led to reserving a range of IP Addresses to be used as Private IP Addresses, which are as given below.

RFC1918 name IP address range
24-bit block 10.0.0.0 – 10.255.255.255
20-bit block 172.16.0.0 – 172.31.255.255
16-bit block 192.168.0.0 – 192.168.255.255

Private IP Address 192.168.1.1 is part of the last range of IP Addresses. These IP addresses are not used in the Public domain.

When any of these devices, which is assigned a private IP within its private network, wants to communicate with another device through Internet, it has to use a gateway. The gateway is one of the device on this network, which is also assigned an IP address in the public domain. All the other computers connected to the Internet, can easily identify the gateway because of its public IP address and then the gateway identifies the particular device through the private IP Address.

Advantages of Private IP Addresses Like 192.168.1.1

The obvious advantage of using private address space for the Internet at large is to conserve the globally unique address space by not using it where global uniqueness is not required.

Enterprises themselves also enjoy a number of benefits from their usage of private address space: They gain a lot of flexibility in network design by having more address space at their disposal than they could obtain from the globally unique pool. This enables operationally and administratively convenient addressing schemes as well as easier growth paths.

192.168.1.1 Administration

192.168.1.1 is nowadays the most popularly used private IP address by the manufacturers of the routers. This is the default IP Address, which is configured in the firmware of the routers at the time of manufacturing. A user can easily change it through its settings. It makes the management of routers and changing of the settings very simple and easy to remember.

In case, somebody forgets the IP address configured to a router, all he has to do is to restore the factory settings, which is often through a hardware push button provided on the body of the router. The router then returns to its default IP setting, which is often 192.168.1.1. Then it can be accessed through a web browser by pointing to the URL http://192.168.1.1 in the address bar. Before allowing the access, the system will often ask for the username and password and then you are all through the play with the settings.

192.168.1.1 Video

Here is a Youtube video, which shows how to access your router through 192.168.1.1 private IP Address.

16 thoughts on “192.168.1.1 Admin”

  1. I have been forget my router 192.168.1.1 model no W150D forget the password. Now i how to access the router.

  2. how I can change again my password even you can change they can connect and used it again why like this you don’t have any way to change the password so that they don’t know how to open becoz even you change that password they know how to open.

  3. My ip address changed and I have a DVR that was programmed to that ip address. I have not been able to acces my cameras from my i pad ever since the ip changed. My DVR ‘s gateway address is the same as my old ip address and the subnet mask is different. Should I hange the gateway address on my DVR to the new ip address that now shows up as my ip address at my house.

  4. j’arrive pas à accéder dans l’interface de mon modem HG520 pour le configurer en mode routing,j’ai taper l’adreesse 192.168.1.1 mais en vain.pas d’accès.répondre SVP. MERCI.

  5. so private becomes public and public is really more private!? can my IP or other emitted data , reveal my dna ? in combination with other synced sensors? ie. doppler, sonar, assigned celestial dob kite, or uhf signal? and ultimately the synthetic silica particles i see peppered throughout the creation like optimized surround sound speakers bouncing bytes of light my eye gate? heat? internal memory drive? original script with cooperative directorship? unique ids™or soul signets©?
    No biggie, just something my dad opened up about over dinner ask eyes to cast less mall kiosk

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