192.168.199.1 IP Address
To access the admin page type 192.168.199.1 into your web browser’s address bar or click on the link below.
Default logins for 192.168.199.1
How to sign in at 192.168.199.1
Follow these simple steps to log in to your router with an IP address of 192.168.199.1.
- Connect the cable from the router to your computer. (You can also use a wireless network). Check again that the device you want to work on is connected to wi-fi. Professional Tip – It is a good idea to use a wired connection when making changes. This avoids the risk of being suddenly disconnected when clicking the Save button.
- Open your chosen browser and enter the router’s IP address in the address bar. You can find it on the back of the router’s packaging. If the address fails, you will need to get the router’s manual. The IP listed as the default gateway is the correct one.
- It’s time to enter your router’s default username and password by accessing the administration panel. You can try the login credentials provided below. The default values for admin are:
root | user | admin
If none of the above is successful, enter the router name in the browser to find the default login username and password you need. You should be directed to the models’ configuration page, where the network and router settings can be managed.
What is an IP address like 192.168.199.1?
As mentioned earlier, 192.168.199.1 is your router’s private IP address. It is the IP address of your router that the computer devices on your network use to connect to it. Your router is not the only one that uses 192.168.199.1. Router manufacturers use a set of the same IP addresses on their routers. Your router’s IP address does not have to be unique, as the only person using the IP address is you, the owner of the network.
As mentioned above, your router is not the only device that has an IP address. Each computer device on the network also has one. It is usually some derivation of 192.168.199.1, with the last number changing, depending on how many devices you have connected to the network. Even non-computer devices, such as printers or storage devices, have an IP address to help them connect to the router.
Not just any number can be an IP address. There is a set of numbers reserved for the use of private IP addresses, which was decided by the IANA or the Internet Number Assignment Authority. The other numbers that are not part of these sets can be used as public IP addresses, with more information to follow. The numbers reserved for private IP addresses are:
- From 10.0.0.0 to 10.255.255.255
- From 172.16.0.0 to 172.31.255.255
- From 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.255.255
Although router manufacturers use only a few of these numbers for their routers, there are about 18 million different combinations of private IP addresses.
Your public IP address
An example of a private IP address is 192.168.199.1, which you use to access the router’s administration page. It is also used by computer devices on the network as a point to send data requests. However, as mentioned above, a private IP address is not the only IP address that your router has.
Your ISP also assigns the router a public IP address. Unlike your private IP, you don’t have much control over your public IP address. The ISP uses the public IP address to forward the requested information when you visit a website. This means that each website you visit can see its public IP address. Your router’s public IP collects the requested information and delivers it to the private IP, which distributes it to the computer on the network that made the request.
That way, people outside your network can see your public IP address, but that’s not the only difference. Your ISP can change your public IP address as needed. Two devices do not have the same two public IP addresses and there are not enough IP addresses for all computer devices that use the Internet. An ISP has a selection of public IP addresses for its customers to use, so whenever a router disconnects from the Internet, the public IP address is reassigned.
If you are unable to log in to the router, you are probably entering the wrong username or password. Also, remember to make a note of both after changing them.
- Forgot your login password? Try to reset the router’s login. To do this, press and hold the small black button located on the back of the router for about 10 seconds. This will reset your router to factory settings.
- Is the router’s login page not loading? If the login page is not loading, check that the device you are using is connected to wi-fi. You will also need to verify that the wrong router’s IP address is set as the default.
- Sometimes, pages may have loading problems or speed problems. In this case, your network is probably using a different IP address. If this occurs, consult our list of IP address routers and find the correct address. If you need help, check out our tutorial on how to find your router’s IP address.
Router That using 192.168.199.1 as default IP