Do you know that 10.1.10.1 forms a part of private network IP 10.1.10.0/24 registered under Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA)? In order to make use of this IP, one is required to take the access permission from the organization since it is a private IP address.
While there are some IPs that can be used without the consent of a regional Internet registry as laid in RFC 1918, unlike all the public addresses. Comcast is one of the router business brands that has been an ardent provider of routers.
As an important step, routers come with backend security. Like if you want to Log in to a Comcast Business Router, you have to connect to the login portal using the username and password as provided in the router or user manual. Remember the IP address for the Cisco router and Netgear router is the same.
There are multiple reasons such as changing the login credentials and securing your DNS which require Log in to a Comcast Business Router. Moreover, for accessing the default gateway, you just require a locally installed browser and the system which is connected to the wifi connection.
In fact, there are multiple tasks that can be executed using 10.1.10.1 DNS which are important and one should be cautious while making use of it.
Some people might even get confused when they see 10.1.10.1 Comcast and 10.1.10.1 Xfinity, as both mean the same things. Xfinity is just the former name of Comcast.
To use 10.1.10.1 Default Gateway, you can follow the given instructions:
It is very simple to manage your network and the security settings once after you Log in to a Comcast Business Router. You just have to access the 10.1.10.1 Comcast business wireless gateway admin tool.
Firstly, make sure that you have changed the default credentials of your router, as a way to secure it.
Open any installed browser on your system and ensure to connect to the same wifi station for which you wish to change the login credentials. This means that it should be the Comcast wifi station only.
Now, enter the address http://10.1.10.1 into the address bar and you will be taken to the login page. This is basically the Comcast modem login page.
Now, on the login page, enter the following login credentials as
Lastly, click on the login option. Note that you are not allowed to change the username set to cusadmin.
Next, you will find the Change Password option at the top right corner of the screen. Here, you can change the Comcast router password as required.
It will show two fields as an old password and another for the new password. Set a typical password into the field and ensure to give a password that is at least eight characters long, has alphanumeric characters in it and is a combination of special characters along with lower and upper case letters.
Re-enter the new password and you have set new security to your router.
Lastly, click the Save option and your modified settings will be saved. The process is the same for Cisco routers except for the difference in the user interface.
Like, you had Log in to a Comcast Business Router and changed its security settings. Similarly, you can change the default credentials of 10.1.10.1 Cisco router. Follow the steps below:
Ensure that you are connected to the same wifi connection for which you have to change the settings. Next, launch any local browser and enter the IP address http://10.1.10.1 which will redirect you to the login page where you can enter the provided details:
Now, you can modify the login credentials for which you will need the old password to update it with a new password. As a precaution, use a strong and complex combination of certain characters that are hard to guess. Remember to save the modified settings.
If you have misplaced your already changed password apart from the default one then simply perform router reset.
Another major thing you must change is the SSID (service set identifier). This is the name that appears when you check for the available wifi connections in your area. If the default settings are left unmodified, then intruders can easily peep into the security settings of your router. SO, always keep the SSID simple and clean.