Once you are logged in as the administrator of your router, you can access the router’s configuration interface by typing 192.168.100.1 in your web browser. This address 192.168.100.1-192.168.100.l is commonly used by modem manufacturers such as TP Link, Huawei, Net Gear, Arris, Zyxel.
You have the ability to change the SSID and password of your network through the user interface of your router or modem accessed through a web browser. In addition, you can adjust settings such as DSL, ADSL and LAN.
While commonly used to access a router’s administration page, this IP address can also be assigned to devices such as laptops, smartphones or smart TVs. By entering the login data in the fields, you can access your router’s configuration page from any computer or mobile device connected to it.
How to log in to 192.168.100.1?
To gain access to the router interface, the first step is to ensure that the default gateway address is set to 192.168.100.1. If not configured correctly, your browser will not be able to load any website, including the login page. Check your router or modem settings to confirm that 192.168.100.1 is set as the default gateway address. Here are the steps to connect your device to the router or modem and access 192.168.100.1;
- Physically or wirelessly connect your device to the router or modem.
- Open a window in your web browser. Enter http://192.168.100.1 or simply 192.168.100.1 in the address bar.
- The login page will appear, where you can enter your login credentials.
- If you are unsure about the default login information, you can find it by consulting your router’s package.
- Once you have successfully logged in, you will have access to your router interface.
How to change the SSID and Password of 192.168.100.1?
Go to your router’s administration page. As a precaution, if this is the time to log in, you may be prompted to create a password. Some routers have“admin” as the default username and password.
2. Find the option called “Wireless” in the Basic Settings section.
3. In the Wireless Settings you can now create a network name and password.
Note: Just make sure not to use “2.4 GHz” as the network name if operating at 5 GHz.
4. Once you have saved these changes, remember to reboot the router.
1. Access the router control interface as mentioned above. (Arris devices usually come with a default user name and password, so leave those fields empty without entering any information).
2. Once you are successfully logged in, navigate to the Wireless tab.
3. Within that section you will find options for your network.
4. The Network Name (SSID) field displays your SSID while the WPA Password field displays your WiFi password.
5. If you wish to make changes to your Wi Fi password or SSID, you can do so from this page.
Go to the routerlogin.net website. Open a web browser and enter your IP address.
2. When prompted, provide your login information. If you have not changed the default settings, both the username and password will be“admin“.
3. In the Setup menu, navigate to Wireless. Check the box next to “Enable SSID broadcasting”. Enter your WiFi name when prompted. This will update the SSID.
4. On the Security Option screen, choose WPA2 PSK[AES from the menu in the Password(network key) box.
5. Once you have made all the changes to your network settings, click the Apply button.
1. Log in to your account. Go to the administrator panel. (If you have a Huawei device, the default username is“root“. The default password is“admin“).
2. Once you have logged in, navigate to Wi Fi > Basic Wi Fi configuration (you can access the configuration if you need to adjust the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies).
3. Modify the SSID name of your network.
4. From the Security menu, choose WPA2 PSK. Set your network password.
5. Remember to save the configuration for the changes to take effect.
Troubleshoot 192.168.100.1 login problems
If the password does not work, there could be two possibilities here:
– If you cannot remember the password because you changed it, your best option is to reset your router to its factory settings. All you need to do is locate the RESET button on the back of your router and press and hold it for ten to fifteen seconds with a needle or paper clip. This will restore the router to its configuration. Once the router has rebooted, you will be able to log in with the default password.
– It appears that the password you are currently using is not the default password for your router or modem. If you have access to the exact model number of your router, you can easily find the correct password online.
Nothing can be accessed (i.e. the browser keeps loading).
- If you try to access 192.168.100.1 in your web browser and encounter an error, your router may have a default gateway address.
- Be sure to use the IP address of the default gateway provided by your network or modem.
- It is worth noting that sometimes the gateway address is mistakenly written as 192.168.l00.1. It is important to use the format this time.
- To check if your firewall is causing any obstruction, you can temporarily disable it when you log in.