192.168.10.253 IP Address
To access the admin page type 192.168.10.253 into your web browser’s address bar or click on the link below.
Default logins for 192.168.10.253
Logging in to a router based on IP address 192.168.10.253 192.168.10.253 is a separate standard IP address for use by Wi-Fi routers and modems. To avoid IP-related conflicts, this private address cannot be used by ISPs. After purchasing the router, it is time to configure it correctly according to your ISP’s guidelines. If your router’s IP address is 192.168.10.253, type it in your browser’s address bar to access the administration panel and make the necessary changes. To learn how to log in to your router and what to do if access is denied, read on:
192.168.10.253 Login steps
1. Find the router’s IP address
It is safe to assume that if you accessed this page, your router’s IP is 192.168.10.253.
But if you want to confirm, check the router’s inbox or find the IP written under the device. If you still can’t see it, go to ipconfig, for confirmation, see how to do it:
- Open the Command Prompt by typing CMD in RUN or searching in the Start Menu
- Type ipconfig and press Enter
- Search for the local area connection
- There will be a subsection called Default Gateway – the numbers shown next to it are your IP address
2. My router’s IP address and connectivity
Once you are sure of your router’s IP, access the administrative console. See how:
- Make sure the router and the desktop or portable device are on the same network
- Open any browser (Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Edge, Safari, etc.)
- In the URL bar, type 192.168.10.253 or http://192.168.10.253
- Make sure to insert http://192.168.10.253 and not Http //192.168.10.253 or any other mutation of this IP
- A login page will now appear – enter the default credentials (try ‘admin’ for username and password)
3. To set up
Now you are in the administration panel, here you can:
- Change router’s SSID and password
- Change the DNS to avoid IP conflicts so that you can replace 192.168.10.253 with another private address
- Configure parent settings
- Increase security and set usage limits
Major brands that use 192.168.10.253 routers made by brands like Best Data, Pix Link, Addon, Winstars and Diamond are known to have 192.168.10.253 as a standard IP gateway.
Reset and troubleshoot the router
If using the correct IP address does not give you access to the login page, do the following:
Make sure that the device (macOS, WINDOWS, Linux, Android or iOS) is connected to the router (there is no need to connect to the Internet).
Make sure not to enter Http //192.168.10.253 instead of http://192.168.10.253. Also, be sure to enter an e and a zero and not a capital O, a lowercase L, or a capital i.
If you’re not sure what your username and password are, do a quick Google search by entering your router’s make and model.
If the default credentials were changed without your knowledge – reset the device by pressing and holding the Reset button to revert the ID and password to the default settings.
If the browser still shows an error page – delete the cookies and cache from the current browser, or use a different browser.
If all else fails – contact a specialist to help troubleshoot and repair the device.
Router That using 192.168.10.253 as default IP