To update security settings, you may require the IP address of your router's web interface. The majority of individuals are unaware of their router's IP address. This IP is usually located on the bottom or back of your router equipment.
If you can't find this IP on your router or in the user manual, you can attempt the following techniques to obtain it. We've compiled a list of all known FiberHome router IP addresses below.
To access your FiberHome Router, follow these steps.
Step 1. Connect your laptop or computer to the router through the router cable. Alternatively, you can connect to your wireless network.
Note: When configuring the FiberHome router, it's ideal to use a wired connection. This eliminates the possibility of getting logged off unexpectedly while storing your modifications.
Step 2. In the address bar of your preferred web browser, insert the 192.168.1.1 IP address of your FiberHome router. Your router's IP address can be found on the back of the device.
Step 3. By visiting the admin panel, enter the default username and password for your router. If you don't remember your login and password, try one of the FiberHome router's preset passwords.
If you cannot log in to your router, you are most likely using the incorrect username or password. After you've changed them, please make a note of them both.
Have you forgotten your login password? Then, resetting your router login is a good idea. To do so, press and hold the little black button on the router's back for around 10 seconds. This will restore the factory settings on your router.
Is the login page for your router not loading? If the login page does not load, make sure your device is connected to the internet. You should also check to see whether the incorrect router IP address has been set as the default.
Pages may have trouble loading or loading slowly at times. Your network is most likely utilizing a different IP address in this scenario. If this happens, use our IP address router list to get the correct address.