192.168.100.1 is the IP address assigned by many manufacturers such as Huawei, Digicel, Arris to access the router admin panel. It can also be allocated to devices such as smart TVs, smartphones, tablets, laptops and computers configured to use this network range. However, it is mostly used to connect to the router management interface.
How to Login to 192.168.l00.1?
To login to the router admin panel, follow these steps:
- Open any internet browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, etc.)
- Type 192.168.100.1 in the address bar and press Enter.
- You can also make a connection by typing http://192.168.100.1, but even if you don’t include the term http, your browser will automatically redirect to that address assuming it uses the http.
- If you are not sure that you are doing this correctly, you can click on “Access Router Panel” button below to perform the routing.
If you have reached a login screen like the image above, your device uses this IP address. You can now access the management interface by typing your username and password. If you do not have the required information to sign in, you can take a look at the next section.
Default Username and Password List
If you haven’t changed your router’s password before, you can log in using the default username and password. The table below lists the most frequently used login information. If you are unable to login with this information, you can find the default username and password for your device by selecting your router brand from the list below.
I Can’t Connect to 192.168.100.1
If you cannot access the login screen using the IP address 192.168.100.1, there are several reasons:
- The default IP address of your device may be different. You can try to connect with other IP addresses that are frequently used to test this. You can visit the Router IP Addresses page for all IP addresses used in routers.
- If you are sure that the IP address of your device is 192.168.100.1, the first thing you should check is whether you made a typo. Because the most common error is 192.168.l00.1. IP addresses of type IPv4 consist only of numbers and dots. If you are sure that you have typed the IP address correctly and are still experiencing a connection error, be sure to check if your device’s Ethernet or Wi-Fi connection is set up correctly.
Forgot Router Username and Password
There are two things you can do when you encounter this:
- If you have not previously changed your router admin password (not the Wi-Fi password), you can use the default username and password. To access this information, you can visit the Default Router Username and Password List page. You can easily access the admin panel by using the default login information for your router brand and model.
- If you have changed your router password before and cannot remember it, it is not possible to login to the administration panel. To do this, you need to reset your router. This is an extremely simple process. Simply press and hold the reset button on the back of your device for 5-10 seconds using a needle or toothpick. When you perform the reset operation, your device will return to the factory settings. You can now login using the default username and password.
Note: When you reset your router, all your configurations will be reset to factory settings, so you may lose your internet connection. Therefore, you may need to obtain the necessary information from your Internet Service Provider (ISP) for the connection. You can call the technical support line of the company to learn the internet connection settings.
Remember to backup before making any changes to the settings after logging in to the 192.168.100.1 admin panel. If you experience any problems when you perform the backup operation, you will be able to return to the same settings again using the backup file.