In order to log into your router, you need the default IP address or Netgear router login IP that is 192.168.1.1. Router login is needed to access the router’s settings for the first time configuration, changing default password, making changes to the network and much more.
- Attach the computer or laptop to the router using the Ethernet cable.
- Launch a web browser of your choice, just make sure it’s not outdated.
- Once you open the web browser, you get auto-redirected to router login portal.
- If not, type 192.168.1.0 or 192.168.1.1 in the address bar of the web browser.
- Cross-verify the IP address that you have typed and then press the enter key.
- If you get any warning message on your web browser, open the router login portal in a fresh tab with cookies and cache cleared.
- Once you are at the router login page, you will be prompted to provide your username and password.
- Both the entries are mentioned in the user manual of router and are case-sensitive.
- After providing the username and password, tap on “login”. That’s it, now you are on the router login home page.
Going further, let us guide you with what to do if default IP address not working. Also, you can converse with experts on 1-888-957-6174.
Netgear Router Default IP not Working?
If the Netgear router default IP address is not working, then first you must know that broadband routers have two IP addresses – Private IP or Local IP and the Public IP address. The Private IP address is used to communicate locally within network, and the Public IP is used for connecting to the Internet.
The local IP address of your router becomes the default IP address, if you have never changed it in the past. A router’s default IP address is address with which you can access the router settings.
This IP address serves you as the URL of router login portal. However, you will need specific credentials when you login to your router using this default IP address. These needed credentials are provided in the user-guide of your router.
So in nutshell, any typing errors with the IP address or credentials leads to IP address not working. Also, without any doubt, most of the Netgear routers have this common IP – 192.168.1.1. But few also have routerlogin.net or 192.168.1.0. You can take reference from the Netgear router IP list, as per your model.
Going further, let us guide you with how to change the default login password of your Netgear router.
Router Login IP: Change Password
You can change the password for your router login IP, but not the username. Changing the router login IP password is done in two ways depending upon the model of your router. This is because these ways are distinguished for the routers with smart wizard interface and the routers with the new Netgear genie interface.
- Use 192.168.1.1 to login to your router.
- Enter the username and password when prompted.
- On the home page of the router login portal, tap on “Maintenance” tab.
- Under the Maintenance tab, click on “set password”.
- Type your current password and new password in the boxes.
- Select “apply” to save the new password.
- Login to your router using the default IP or routerlogin.net.
- Enter the username, password when prompted and hit enter.
- On the home page of the login portal, tap on “Advanced” tab.
- Under the Advanced tab, go under “Administration”.
- Here you will find the option of “set password”.
- Type your current password and new password in the boxes.
- Select “apply” to save the changes.
So that’s how you can change router login IP password. However, if you also wish to assign an individual IP address to a computer or device, read the next section. For queries, get in touch with experts at 1-888-957-6174.
Netgear Router IP Conflict
Yes, you can assign a specific IP address to an individual device such as a computer, laptop or tablet. This helps in avoiding the Netgear router IP address conflict within the network. Assigning the specific IP also have different steps for routers with smart wizard interface and the routers with new Netgear genie interface. Let’s see what are these steps.
- Type the 192.168.1.1 on the address bar and provide username & password to login to your router.
- Go to the Maintenance tab from the home screen, and click on “Attached Devices”.
- Note down the currently assigned IP address of the device.
- Now tap on “Advanced” tab, and click “LAN” setup.
- Here under the “Address Reservation” option, tap on “Add”.
- Type the address that you wish to assign to the device along with a name.
- Tap on “Add” to save the changes you made.
- Use the default IP address or routerlogin.net, login username & password to log in to your router.
- Go to the BASIC tab, and click on “Attached Devices” to note down the current IP address
- Go to “Advanced” section and click on “Setup”.
- Under “Setup” section, tap on “LAN Setup”.
- Inside the LAN setup section, go to “Address Reservation”.
- Click on “Add” and type the address that you wish to assign to the device along with a name.
- Save the new assigned IP by clicking on “Apply”.
That’s all about assigning the individual IP to the device. If you still come across Netgear router IP conflict error, feel free to get in touch with our experts at toll-free 1-888-957-6174.
However, there is another thing that can enhance your network security – updating the security level of your wireless network. In order to know how to do that, read the section below.
Note: In case the firmware is outdated, update it first. Check out our Router Firmware page for proper guidelines.
Netgear Router Security | 192.168.1.1
Netgear routers have the WPA or WPA2 security by default. However, you can enhance Netgear router security using 192.168.1.1 by changing the wireless password or security level using these steps:
- Login to your router using 192.168.1.1 and the login username & password.
- Go to the wireless settings menu and click on “security options”.
- Check mark the box of WPA2 standard as it is the latest security standard.
- Enter the new password in the password field and click on “apply”.
- Call 1-888-957-6174 in case you have any queries.