To smoothly utilize the Internet, one needs to know how to tackle the problems that come with it. The widest spread method of accessing the Internet is by using Wi-Fi which uses 192.168.1.3 ip address. It acts as an access point for two devices on a network. It is a wireless form of connecting to the World Wide Web.
Every modem or a router, which is used to access Wi-Fi, has a preexisting IP address assigned to them, which acts as a wireless gateway to access the router’s administrator’s panel. This panel is important because it has all the details and settings of the router and can be used whenever you need to access or change the settings of your router through router login, which can be accessed through this IP address for example 192.168.1.3.
How to reset your router?
In case you changed your router credentials in the past and have now forgotten them you can use the following steps to reset your router, which will also restore the default router credentials on your device. Locate the reset button on your device or router. It is very small in size hence it might be hard to locate, but it is commonly present on the panel, where there are ports.
Once you have located the reset button you should keep a needle or pin in hand, because of the size of the button, it might be hard to apply pressure to or press it. With your choice of instrument (a needle or pin), hold the reset button for 15 seconds and your device will be reset. If this doesn’t work, hold the reset button for 30 seconds thrice, with an interval of one second. This is a 30-30-30 second method to reset your device to factory default.
How to attain the credentials of your router?
Method 1: You can find the outer packaging of your modem or the box it came in and look for the words “admin” or “password” on both the sides of the box or the back of the box. You can also look into the user manual that comes along with the router and look for the default credentials, in the ‘details’ or the ‘how to set up’ section of the manual. Also Check 192.168.0.102 ip address.
Method 2: You can also look at the back panel of the router, and look for similar words as mentioned in ‘method 1’. The manufacturer often prints the default credentials at this location, for the ease of the customer.
Method 3: You can also note down the model number of your router, its brand name and its IP address which is 192.168.1.3 and search it up online, you can find the default credentials with the corresponding model of your router.
Steps to use 192.168.1.3
After you have the credentials, follow these steps to use 192.168.1.3
- Open your web browser and enter ‘192.168.1.3’ into your URL search bar.
- A prompt window will appear asking for the credentials of your router, enter them in their respective fields.
- The settings panel is on your screen, you are good to go to change or reset the settings of your router.