192.168.3.1 – Login admin and Password
To access the admin page type 192.168.3.1 into your web browser’s address bar or click on the link below.
Default logins for 192.168.3.1
How to log into your router at 192.168.3.1
The internet is a wonderful thing. You can play with people from all over the world, watch movies on demand or learn a new skill by watching YouTube tutorials. To do any of these things, you need Internet access, and to have Internet access in your home, you need a router. A ready-to-use router can provide a basic Wi-Fi network to use, although to get the best experience with your router, you will need to access the router’s interface. To make changes to your router, you need to use address 192.168.3.1 to access the interface. You may be comfortable with your Wi-Fi network and not want to make any changes, although if something goes wrong it’s still good to know how to access your router’s interface, and here’s how:
- First, you need a computer with Internet access, which is likely to be the case if you have a router. You must then connect this computer device to your router, either over the Wi-Fi network or over a wired Ethernet connection. A computer or laptop with a wired connection is best.
- After connecting your computer to the router, open your web browser. Your browser can be Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Microsoft Edge. With the browser open, type 192.168.3.1 in the search bar.
- Searching 192.168.3.1 will bring you to the router interface. You will be prompted to enter the login details associated with your router. The correct username and password will grant access to the router interface.
If you don’t know your router’s login details, you can usually find them detailed on the base of your router. You can also find your router’s login details on the manufacturer’s website.
How to configure your router with 192.168.3.1
The steps above will allow you to access your router’s interface. There are many things you can do in this menu, although for someone accessing the router interface for the first time, it’s a good idea to follow the basics. A great place to start is to change the login details mentioned above.
- After following the steps above, you will have access to your router’s interface. Once in the main menu, browse the general settings or the administrator settings menu.
- Scroll through this menu until you find the router’s password field. The username field will also be on this menu.
- Once you find the correct field, enter your desired password or username, depending on which you want to change. If you are changing your password, make sure your new password is secure.
- As with any changes made to the router, always save when done.
How to change your Wi-Fi network name and password
After changing the router interface login details, the next thing you can do is set the router Wi-Fi network login details. To change the Wi-Fi network name, you need to change the SSID.
- Once again go to the general settings or admin settings menu.
- In this menu, look for the wireless settings option.
- This is where you will find the SSID field. Select the field and enter the desired Wi-Fi network name.
- As before, save your changes.
Changing your Wi-Fi password follows similar steps. Instead of selecting the SSID field, select the Wi-Fi password field. Enter the desired password and save your changes.
More on 192.168.3.1
192.168.3.1 is a local, private, or gateway IP address. Your router’s IP address 192.168.3.1 is used by computer devices connected to the Wi-Fi network, which also have IP addresses, to ensure that a data request, such as a visit to a website, gets where it needs to go. 192.168.3.1 is not the only IP address your router has, as it also has a public IP address. Your ISP and any website you visit will use your public IP address to get the requested information your computer device asks for for the place it needs to go. Your public IP address then passes the information to the private IP address 192.168.3.1, which then sends it to your computer screen.
Your public IP address
An example of a private IP address is 192.168.3.1, 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 your router has.
Your Internet service provider also assigns a public IP address to the router. Unlike your private IP, you don’t have much control over your public IP address. The ISP uses the public IP address to forward information requested when you visit a website. This means that every website you visit can see your 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.
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