Using to login to your router

Click on the button below to access your router admin page 

Troubleshooting the router connection page: 

Troubleshooting the router connection is the process of fixing problems with the Internet connection in your home. When the Internet is not working properly, it can be frustrating and make it hard to do things like go online or watch videos.

To troubleshoot the router connection, the first thing you should do is make sure all of the cables are plugged in correctly. The cables are the thin wires that connect the router to the Internet and to your devices, like your computer or phone. If any of the cables are loose or not plugged in all the way, it can cause the Internet to not work properly.

Next, you should check to see if the router is turned on. The router is the box that connects your devices to the Internet. It has a small light on the front that should be on if it is working properly. If the light is off, you might need to press the power button to turn the router on.

If the router is on and the cables are plugged in correctly, you should try resetting the router. To do this, you will need to find the reset button on the router. It is usually a small button located on the back of the router. Press and hold the reset button for a few seconds, and then release it. This will reset the router and might fix any problems you are having with the Internet connection.

If you have tried all of these steps and the Internet is still not working, you might need to ask an expert for help. They might be able to check with your Internet service provider or try some more advanced troubleshooting steps to fix the problem.

How do you login as admin on WIFI?

In order to login as admin on your WiFi, you need to know the IP address of your WiFi router, the username, and the password for the admin account. Once you have this information mentioned earlier,  you have to be connected to the network where your router is present and type the IP address of your router in a browser. Once the page is loaded, the admin credentials are required in order to open the admin dashboard page of your router. 

If you don’t have the admin credentials that are required to access the admin page, feel free to search your router model and we will present you with the most used credentials for that router. If this doesn’t work, you have the option to reset the password for your router.

Using the admin dashboard of your router

The admin page of your router is the place where you can configure and customize all the settings available for your router. The most important settings of the wireless section of your router are: 

  • SSID:  within this section, you will be able to configure the name of your WiFi network – known as SSID – (Service Set Identifier); 
  • The visibility of the Wi-Fi network – whether you want your WiFi to be discovered by all the devices, or to be hidden and therefore you will be able to connect to the network only if you know the SSID and manually enter it in the connection window; 
  • Security settings – this is where you shall pay your attention, security settings are vital nowadays – there are 4 types of security protocols you can choose from to secure your network authentication: The “Wired Equivalent Privacy” – WEP Protocol; The “Wi-Fi Protected Access” – WPA Protocol; The “Wi-Fi Protected Access 2” – WPA2 Protocol and the newest one The” Wi-Fi Protected Access 3” – WPA3 Protocol. The most important thing you have to know is that the WEP protocol, being the first available on the market, is the least secure one and you shall avoid using it.
  • IP range to assign to the connected devices, usually, the most common IP address range is –, but you can change it as you like.
  • Whitelisting or blacklisting specific MAC addresses for you to better control devices that are allowed to access your WiFi network

Depending on your router model more advanced features might be available to configure, such as setting up the VPN for remote access to your home or office network, an option to create a guest network, option for connecting USB drives or shared disks. 

What is the IP address?

An IP address is a unique identifier for every device on the internet. When you type an address into your browser, it automatically translates that address into a series of numbers. These numbers are then sent out over the internet to find the specific device you are trying to reach.

The IP address is a private IPv4 address that is commonly used on home and small office networks. This address is not routable on the public Internet and should not be used for servers or other devices that need to be accessible from outside of the local network.

IP addresses are working by dividing the world into networks and assigning unique numbers to each network. Computers on these networks use these numbers to communicate with each other.

How router is working

As a tech blogger, I’m always excited to dive into the inner workings of modern technology. And one device that is crucial to our daily lives is the router. But how does this little box actually work?

At a high level, a router is a device that connects your home or office network to the Internet. It does this by using wires, or cables, to connect to your Internet service provider (ISP). The router then takes the Internet connection and sends it wirelessly to all of the devices in your home or office that are connected to the network. This means that you can use your laptop, phone, or tablet to access the Internet from anywhere in your home or office.

But how does the router know which device to send the Internet connection to? This is where IP addresses come in. An IP address is a unique number that is assigned to each device on a network. When you try to access the Internet from your device, the router looks at the IP address of the device and sends the Internet connection to it.

The router also has a built-in firewall, which is a security feature that helps to protect your network from cyber threats. The firewall monitors the incoming and outgoing traffic on your network and blocks any suspicious activity. This helps to keep your network and devices safe from viruses, malware, and other online threats.

Overall, the router is an essential device that helps to keep us connected to the Internet and keeps our networks safe from threats. Whether you’re streaming movies, video chatting with friends, or working from home, the router is working behind the scenes to make it all possible.