10.0.0.1 - Login Admin
Each device in a network (internet) is recognized with the IP address assigned to it. Every Device connected to internet have two IP address – Public IP address & Router assign IP address.
Most common private IP addresses for business networks is 10.0.0.1, which can be assigned to any device on the local network in the address range.
This is default IP address of many broadband routers, including Cisco and Infinity.
When to Use the 10.0.0.1 IP address?
The setting changes may include opening up a range of ports, setting a firewall on your network or assigning a primary device that receives all your messages. Both business network and home devices use this IP address, due to its simplicity.
IP Address Conflict:
At same place more routers with same IP address creates problem. To avoid this, you need to set up a static IP address for your device so it's not in conflict with the other one. Most copy and paste your IP address. To reduce mistakes.
Manufacturers Using 10.0.0.1 IP Address:
There are many manufacturers of routers that use the 10.0.0.1 IP address because it's simple and easy to remember. Such as Cisco, SMC, Technicolor, Arris, Aztech, Intelbras, RFNet, and i-connect.
How to login to 10.0.0.1?
Connect router with cable to your computer or use wireless connection. Double-check the device that you wish work on is connected to the Wi-Fi.
Note: Default login Username & Password, IP address is printed in back side of your router.
Open web browser and type the router IP address in the address bar.
Enter the default username and password of your router by accessing the admin panel.
Note: If none of the above are successful, type your router’s name into your browser to locate the default login username and password you need.
Forgot Login Password?
Try hard resetting your router login. To do this, press and hold the RESET button found at the back of your router for around 30 sec. This will reset your router to the factory settings.
Router login page not loading?
If the login page is not loading, make sure the device you are using is connected to the Wi-Fi. You will also need to check if the wrong router IP address is set as the default one.
Problems with speed?
In this case, your network is probably using a different IP address.
- Find the correct IP address first.
- Find Your Router IP Address Using ipconfig.
Finally, you can find your router IP address by running an IP configuration scan using the following steps:
Enter ‘Command Prompt’ and press OK.
Type in ‘ipconfig’ and click Enter.
Look for your router’s IP address and make a note of it.
Now, you can type this IP address into the address bar of your browser to navigate to the setup pages.