Router Configuration Modem/Router Configuration

Many D-link routers used as their default gateway. It is used in IPv4 private network address as the router gateway. To avoid IP addresses conflicts, only one device can use in a network. Other common default gateways are and 192.168.1. is used to configure both basic and more advanced settings.

How to access

If you had like to access your router’s console and the default IP address of your internet modem or router is, then you can easily log in to the configuration panel and manage the internet setting for your modem and router. The easiest way to find your router’s default gateways is to open the run menu in your computer, type cmd, a command panel will appear. Type (ipconfig/all) and press enter. Check the results to see what is the default gateway address is your router has.  

Steps to Login to

You can access your router’s control by below-mentioned steps:

  1. First of all, make your that your device is connected to the internet.
  2. Open the browser to access the internet.
  3. Write192.168.0.1 or in the browser address bar.
  4. A login page will appear for your router and modem.
  5. Type the default username and password for your modem or router’s configuration.
  6. Once you enter the login credentials, you will be logged in into the configuration page and will be able to make the required changes.

How to check the username, password, and IP address manually

If you have forgotten the username and password for, then you can manually check the username and password on the router’s manual or box.

Resetting the router or modem

If 192.168.0 is not your router’s default gateway, or you had changed the default username and password and have forgotten it. Then the best way to regain access to your router or modem is to reset the router to the default settings, which will revert all the changes to the defaults. 

You can reset your router by following these steps:

  1. Take a paper clip or any other pointy object and look for the reset button on the router’s backside or bottom of the router.
  2. You will find a small button. With a paper clip pin or any other pointy object, press and hold that button for about 15 to 30seconds and then release the button. 
  3. This will revert all of the changes made back to the default ones, including the username and password that you had changed. It will then able you to login using the default login credentials. 

Conclusion is a private IP address as defined by the IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority). The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority defines predetermined ranges of IP addresses that are reserved for private use and are typically used on a local network. If a networked device attempts to use a Private IP address as its identifier, it will not be able to connect to the internet. In addition to being used for the router’s initial setup, is also used to identify network connectivity problems with D-link products.