10.0.0.1 IP address is somewhat uncommon among the routers (192.168.0.1, 192.168.1.1) available in the market. But if you have discovered that you are router uses this IP address to gain access to the web interface, you will have no out log into it.
So in this article, we will be focusing on how to log into this IP address, what to do if you have forgotten the login credentials and more. Let’s get started.
How to login to 10.0.0.1 IP address
- First, you will have to enter this http://10.0 0.1 IP address in the address bar of your browser. It doesn’t matter if you’re using your PC or your smartphone to do this. As long as you have her in the vicinity of your Local Network and the device is connected to the same router, you will be just fine. Just make sure that your devices using advanced browser secure Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox because you need HTML5 pop-up support to do this action.
- Once you have entered the 10.0.0.1 IP address in the address bar, press enter. You should now be prompted to enter your user id and password. Enter the default login credentials in these fields and click OK. These credentials will be available on the manufacturer’s website or in the package in which the router came in.
Note: – In case you have forgotten the default login credentials you are you don’t know them in the first place you can refer to the drop down when you go to get them. Just click on the menu and select your rotors manufacturer and model. You will automatically be given the default user id and password for logging in.
- Now that you have obtained user id and password and have entered them in the prompt, you will not be able to access the web interface of the router. In the web interface, you will be able to update router firmware changes to the networks refresh rate and more.
What to do if you have forgotten the user id and password
It is possible that you might have recently change the default user id and password of your router and now have forgotten them. Don’t worry; there is an easy fix for that. You just have to reset your router to factory default, that’s it. To know that, you will have to look for a reset button which will be present somewhere on the router. Usually, it will be on the bottom.
Once you have found it, you can now see that it is a small pinhole size button. Love to use a pencil or a toothpick to press and hold it down for about 10 seconds. Once that is done, your router’s lights will blink and the router will restart, indicating that the settings have been switched back to factory defaults.
Now you will be able to login to the router using the same default credentials as I have listed above. That’s how you unscrew yourself if you have forgotten the user id and password of your router. You are welcome!