192.168.11.1 is commonly known as a private IP address range. For certain purposes, the Internet Assigned Number Authority (IANA) reserved this IP address. A private network must use this Network Address Translation to connect to the internet. This type of private IP address ensures that there are no conflicts as well as no one except you can log in to the network.
In today’s era, private networks are getting much more popular. Recent news shows that IANA has already booked many address blocks for the next generation of the IPv6 addresses. Besides that, many companies use private addresses for security purposes. Thus, while using the internet, you will find restrictions and even a proxy is required to connect to the web.
Each and every router, as well as the modem, has its individual login credentials that allow the users to reach the settings. The IP address 192.168.11.1 may be used to access the settings of several routers. Some top among them is TP-Link, ADSL, Buffalo, and also the Westell ADSL modems.
If you have the following things, then it will be very easy for you to access the default login gateway.
First, you need to open a web browser and put the private IP address within the search bar. If you have correctly typed in the IP address, then the login page will appear on the screen.
In case, you have just bought a new router with a unique IP address, you must have the default login credentials. Follow the below column to check the default username as well as the default password.
|AboCom||Admin/admin or password|
|Adb||admin/admin or password|
|XFINITY from Comcast||admin/password|
|Zero One Technology||admin/0000|
|Zoom||admin/admin or zoomadsl|
|ZyXEL||admin/admin or 1234|
Alternatively, visit the official website of the specific router and from there, get the default username and password. All of these credentials are generally printed on the router box. But if you lose it, then just press and hold the Reset button for 15 to 20 seconds. After the reset process, use the above table and enter the default username and password.
Although you are using a private IP address for the network, still you are strongly recommended to change the SSID. SSID is the name of the network. On the private radar, other people might see it.
Focus on the given points while changing the SSID name:
Well, it is a private network but still, to secure the router from hackers and other unwanted attempts, you have to change the default username and password.
Many times due to a typing error, people are unable to connect to the default login gateway. In such a case, make sure that after the http or https, there is a colon and no semicolon. ‘http://192.168.11.1’ is the correct IP address. However, if this is not the correct IP address of the router, then this issue may occur.
You will always get default login credentials after purchasing a new router or model. The default username and password will be printed over the router/modem box. Apart from that, you can also contact your Internet Service Provider.
Fix 1: If you have never changed the default credentials, then you might use the given table to see the details of the router.
Fix 2: What happened if you have already changed the default login credentials? In this case, you need to reset the router so that you can use the default username and password once again.
[Note:- Before resetting the router, you should keep in mind that after resetting all the previously saved data and settings will be deleted. This will turn the router in a factory-made router.]
Might be the router is in the Bridge mode which changes the default IP to 192.168.11.1. Hence, check the switch located at the backside of the router.
If there is a problem with the cables or due to an issue with the router, this issue might appear. For the cables, check whether everything is in place or else contact the Internet Service Provider.