192.168.2.1 – Admin login
192.168.1.2 IP address
To access the router’s administration page, enter 192.168.2.1. Go to your browser’s address bar or click the box below.
How to login to 192.168.2.1?
Follow these simple steps to log into your router with IP address 192.168 2.1
1. Open a web browser and open http://192.168.2.1 or 192.168 2.1 in the URL bar of the browser.
2. A login page will appear prompting you to enter the username “admin” and password “admin”.
3. Enter the username and password in the fields provided.
4. You will now be logged into your router’s admin panel.
What is the IP address 192.168.2.1?
192.168.2.1 is the local IP address, and private or port 192.168 2.1 is the address of your router that will be used by computer devices connected to the network to send data requests over the Internet can also be called LAN IP, intranet IP, or private IP network. Your router also has a public IP address.
The public IP address is used by your ISP and all the websites you visit to get information about the websites you visit your router, to your router when it sends that data back to your desktop via a private IP address.
Routers can use multiple IPs as login addresses, but 192.168.2.1 is popular. It should be noted that the default access IP address is different for different brands of routers, and users usually have the right to change the default address
Many people can not find the method to enter the internal network WIFI wireless router. You can try to click the link: http://192.168 2.1 and enter the admin interface. If you can’t connect, you can refer to our router management login article. If you forget your username and password, see your router’s instructions or label
192.168.2.1 private IP
Compared with the public IP address, the private 192.168.2.1 private IP is free and the IP address resource is reserved, suitable for local network use. The private IP 192.168 2.1 cannot be accessed directly from the internet, so it is more secure than public IP addresses. The private IP 192.168.2.1 is commonly used in the home, school, and corporate LANs.
Devices on a LAN (eg computers, mobile phones, Internet TV, etc.) use private IP addresses and connect to external networks through routers. The router has an internal network IP and an external network IP that acts as an intermediate bridge. You can access the router’s management interface through the local network address to make related settings. For details, see various router manuals.