192.168.0.100 IP Address
To access the admin page type 192.168.0.100 into your web browser’s address bar or click on the link below.
Default logins for 192.168.0.100
|192.168.0.100||no default||123456 or 12345|
How to log in to a router with IP address 192.168.0.100 Here, we will provide you with a detailed guide on how to find the IP address assigned to your router, access the router dashboard, and troubleshoot your router if you experience problems. 192.168.0.100 is a pre-configured private IP address, so no Internet is required to access it. It can be the IP assigned to a device on the network or the IP of the router. Router manufacturers assign private IP addresses to their devices – the chosen IP is selected from a list of addresses reserved by IANA as private.
192.168.0.100 Login Steps
Let’s find out how to access the router login page using this router IP.
Find the IP address of the router
Most routers are plug-and-play, but to change settings or assign a new username, password, etc., you need to access the admin panel.
You will find the IP address at the bottom of your device or in the box it came in. However, if the IP address is not available in these locations, use the Windows ipconfig function to find it.
To do this, you can:
Open the “Run” window and type “Cmd”,
Go to the start menu and do a quick search for Command Prompt
Once the Command Prompt is open, type ipconfig and press Enter. The screen will be filled with a lot of information, your router’s default IP can be seen under Local Area Connection, labeled Default Gateway.
Connecting to my router’s IP address
- In this case, the router IP should be 192.168.0.100. To access the admin panel using it, follow these steps:
- Make sure the router is connected to your computer or any portable device
- Open any browser of your choice (Chrome, Safari, Edge, etc.)
- In the address bar, type 192.168.0.100, http://192.168.0.100 or https://184.108.40.206.
- If you entered the correct address, the browser will revert to the router login page if nothing appears; use the ipconfig utility to look up the correct IP address
- Here, you will need to enter login credentials, which would be admin, root or user (such as username and password), try each one to see what works
- If none of them work, do a quick Google search to find the default login and username for your model
To set up
- You should now have accessed your router’s administration panel, from here you can do the following:
- Change the SSID, ie the name of your wireless network
- Change your wireless network password
- Change the DNS used by your router, for example, if 192.168.0.100 is being used by another device such as the printer; you might want to change the IP address to avoid IP conflicts
- Change firewall rules to increase security
- Set parental control, etc.
Default username and password for 192.168.0.100
When a network router is manufactured, it is given a default username and password. This username and password are used to access the administrator home page. It is recommended to change the login details once the router is up and running. Default settings exist so that the router can be rebooted and cleaned in case of problems.
The username and password will be on the paperwork that came with the router. 99% of the time, it will also be printed on a sticker under the router. Most manufacturers offer a PDF version of the router manual online. The most common are listed below to give you an idea of what is used. This list is not comprehensive. A quick search online and you’ll find websites with almost every router detail model listed.
Router That using 192.168.0.100 as default IP