wifi Router Configuration Center

Router factories use as a class A IP address for the default gateway of their routers. In its local area network, this address must be unique. There cannot be more than one device with the IP address of It can be used for setting up your own network and it is also occasionally utilised as the default local address for some network routers.

What is For?

When a wireless access point connects to the internet, the IP address of is the local side of the connection. This particular address appears in the TCP/IP network gateway settings upon a client device joining a local area network (LAN). If you wish to know if a device on your local network is using, you can use the ping utility.

Setting up Your Router Using

Setting up your router to use is easy. The most important step is firstly logging into your router's admin panel. Let's follow these steps:

  • Type into your browser's address bar
  • Enter your username and password when prompted. If you've lost these, check out our handy guide
  • Select the 'network' menu section
  • Enter the username and password from your network provider
  • The DNS is and, as provided by Google.

You should also set up your router's wireless function, if applicable, making sure to choose a good encryption method such as WPE or WPA

Potential Issues with

You may encounter some issues when using, including an unresponsive gateway device or a device address assignment problem. For the latter issue, you have to establish a static IP address for gateways with The gateway device problem is likely down to technical failures. Another issue is incorrect client address assignment. This happens on Wi-Fi networks where network names and IP address settings are given to clients automatically. The automated nature causes these glitches. Although they are rare, they can cause gateway setting corruption.

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