Logging sometimes through your Wi-Fi could be a little problematic with connection errors and some other issues. So in case when you try to login your router or just view your present password from the previous setup, your router doesn’t cooperate and login page seems to be unreachable. Since every lock comes with a key and every problem with a solution, we are here with one for you.
There could be any reason that you are not able to reach the login page like maybe there is an issue with the router or with the IP address that you entered is incorrect. Sometimes even when there is a hardware connection problem with wires or Ethernet login issues popup. But there are some quick fixes and solutions to it.
Having trouble reaching the Router Login Page?
- Know that wires are not playing hide and seek: Check all the connections properly. Make sure you don’t have any hardware issues. The cables and wires are connected in their respective blocks and are secure, see if there are any loose ends or something. One can also unplug the whole system and run the whole power again as sometimes this really help there is any blockage. Check all the blinking lights of your router. Make sure that the electric source or a bad connection is not the issue for “no login”. Try putting your cable into another numbered spot if it not working in one, maybe the cable or the spot has a problem. If you are using a desktop, then maybe one of your Ethernet connections have a problem, as in desktops usually there are two network cards installed. One of the connection is on the motherboard whereas the other one can be on- board.
- An issue in entering the IP address: Entering the correct IP address is as important as getting logged in. Maybe you are entering an incorrect IP address and because of it, the log-in is having issues. Check the IP address and make sure it is the correct. You can also try log-in with a wrong IP address to make sure like 192.168.1.1.com or 192.168.1.1 or maybe 192.168.o.1. Basically there is two main IP address that works 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1, so try using them one of these will surely work. Try not using the “HTTP://”
for a while and let your computer automatically add these before you press “enter”. One thing to keep in mind here is that you type the IP address in the address bar only. If you put in the toolbar or the search engine, you will be in problem. Once you are sure the IP address is not the problem, you can move ahead and diagnose other issues.
- IPCONFIG helps: Trying running the IPCONFIG command to view your IP address. Sometimes the computer automatically obtains the IP address that is suitable for them from the router. So it can check yours from this:
Entering the Router IP Address Wrong:
For Windows XP or Windows 7/8/10, go to “Start” and click “RUN”. You can also type it in the search box. Then in the “RUN” box type “CMD” or “COMMAND” and press “ENTER”. Then to the window that appears type “IPCONFIG” and press “ENTER”.
For Windows 8 you can open it by holding the “windows key” and the “X” at once and type “IPCONFIG” and press “ENTER” key.
For Windows XP, go to the address, “C:/Documents and Settings/Asministrator>ipconfig”.
Once you get your IP address to try changing it to Dynamic or Automatic, maybe it works.
So these were some of the issues that could be the reason for your router log in problem. If these methods do not work, make sure you are logging in with the correct password and login ID.