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Last updated: June 14, 2017

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192.168.1.254 IP address








192.168.1.254 is a default IP address for some of the broadband routers and modems. That is this IP address cannot be access directly from internet and this block is reserved for private networks. Some of the common routers and modems which uses this IP address are Billion, 2Wore, SparkLAN, Westell modems etc.

While a router will have this IP address – 192.168.1.254 however it will assign a different IP address to another device linked to it to avoid any kind of IP address conflicts. In case you don’t know the IP address of your router, then you could locate it using a command prompt by following the simple steps below –

Press the window menu button and click the command prompt.
Enter – ipconfig,to display the list of connections on your computer.
Now find the default gateway under your local area connections section and now this is your router’s IP address.

In certain cases, 192.168.1.254 , this IP is also login for router’s control panel where you could change and alter various settings like your Wi-Fi channel, its password, and adjust the firewall settings and even QoS details of your router.

This IP address is only available for the routers which are in your local network, i.e. the router which is inside your network. Other than this IP address, router also have another IP address which is its public IP address which can be accessed from anywhere through a public IP.




In case your router is accessible through 192.168.1.254 IP address then you just need to simply open your browser and type this IP address and in the page, you open then, you need to enter the default username and password to access your router settings. You must consult your router manual to see what is the default username and password for your router.

In case you don’t remember the username and password for your router then you can try some of below combinations –

Username: admin
Password: admin

Username: root
Password: admin

2Wire
Username:  blank
Password:  blank

Aztech
Username: “admin”, “user”, or blank
Password: “admin”, “user”, “password”, or blank

Billion
Username: “admin” or “admim”
Password: “admin” or “password”

Motorola
Username:  “admin” or blank
Password: “password”, “motorola”, “admin”, “router”, or blank

Netopia
Username: “admin”
Password: “1234”, “admin”,” password” or blank

SparkLAN
Username:  blank
Password:  blank

Thomson
Username:  blank
Password: “admin” or “password”

Westell
Username:  “a192.168.1.254 is a default IP address for some of the broadband routers and modems. That is this IP address cannot be access directly from internet and this block is reserved for private networks. Some of the common routers and modems which uses this IP address are Billion, 2Wore, SparkLAN, Westell modems etc.

While a router will have this IP address – 192.168.1.254 however it will assign a different IP address to another device linked to it to avoid any kind of IP address conflicts. In case you don’t know the IP address of your router, then you could locate it using a command prompt by following the simple steps below –

Press the window menu button and click the command prompt.
Enter – ipconfig,to display the list of connections on your computer.
Now find the default gateway under your local area connections section and now this is your router’s IP address.

In certain cases, 192.168.1.254 , this IP is also login for router’s control panel where you could change and alter various settings like your Wi-Fi channel, its password, and adjust the firewall settings and even QoS details of your router.

This IP address is only available for the routers which are in your local network, i.e. the router which is inside your network. Other than this IP address, router also have another IP address which is its public IP address which can be accessed from anywhere through a public IP.

In case your router is accessible through 192.168.1.254 IP address then you just need to simply open your browser and type this IP address and in the page, you open then, you need to enter the default username and password to access your router settings. You must consult your router manual to see what is the default username and password for your router.

In case you don’t remember the username and password for your router then you can try some of below combinations –

Username: admin
Password: admin

Username: root
Password: admin

2Wire
Username:  blank
Password:  blank

Aztech
Username: “admin”, “user”, or blank
Password: “admin”, “user”, “password”, or blank

Billion
Username: “admin” or “admim”
Password: “admin” or “password”

Motorola
Username:  “admin” or blank
Password: “password”, “motorola”, “admin”, “router”, or blank

Netopia
Username: “admin”
Password: “1234”, “admin”,” password” or blank

SparkLAN
Username:  blank
Password:  blank

Thomson
Username:  blank
Password: “admin” or “password”

Westell
Username:  “admin” or blank
Password: “password”, “admin”, or blank

Once you have access to your router panel you can change several settings there including the IP address of your computer.

One can more easily change the IP address of its router. Try to consult its manual to know how it works, commonly you only need to login into your web control panel and navigate to the nearest LAN settings and voila you have access to change your LAN settings. Then you need to go your DHCP settings and insert the new address pool, the one which corresponds to your new router address.

dmin” or blank
Password: “password”, “admin”, or blank

Once you have access to your router panel you can change several settings there including the IP address of your computer.

One can more easily change the IP address of its router. Try to consult its manual to know how it works, commonly you only need to login into your web control panel and navigate to the nearest LAN settings and voila you have access to change your LAN settings. Then you need to go your DHCP settings and insert the new address pool, the one which corresponds to your new router address.

192.168.1.254 Router Login








192.168.1.254 is a private IP address through which one can access many company’s routers and modems which are residing in the local network. You could access your router through this IP address192.168.1.254 Router Login, however, you would require the username and password to access its settings and configure it. You could consult your user manual that came with your router to know the username and password of your router, however, if you could not locate it then you could try below two default username and passwords to access it.

1: Username: admin

Password: admin

2: Username: root

Password: admin

 

 

However, in case you don’t know or remember your username and password, then you may follow below mentioned steps to access it.

 

  1. Open your browser and type in the IP Address – 192.168.1.254
  2. Remember that this IP address works only for IPv4 address not for IPv6 address.
  3. On this page, you can even reset your username and password. You need to search for factory defaults page which is usually under administration tab.
  4. There on factory default tab, you need to click on “restore factory settings“.

 

Second Method to restore factory settings is hard boot your router




 

  1. Turn off your router from the main switch.
  2. Now you need to press and hold the reset button of your router. You would require a pointed pin like prop to do this. Release the button after like ten seconds while you have again turned on your router.
  3. After you have released the button, you should wait for the device to reboot and try to see if the connection on computer is re-establishing.
  4. Now on the page which have opened with the default IP address –192.168.1.254 , try using default username and password both as ‘admin’. Also, you may search online for default username and password for your device by searching the terms like “Sparkline router default username and password”.
  5. Once you enter this page, you can setup new username and password for your router.
  6. Remember, all the information will be reset to factory settings while you have reset the router, hence you need to setup everything (all information) again.
  7. You must change three most important things one you have reset the router and logged into your IP address page that is change the default IP address of your router, change the default username and password of your router and change the default network name of your router. These will ensure that your router is safe from unwanted intrusion and hacking.
  8. To configure your router on this page, follow the below steps

 

  1. Click on advance section setup of your router.
  2. Here you need to tap on Service Provider name.
  3. As per your requirement, select one of the two that is bridge mode or PPPOE.
  4. Now save and reboot your router to make the changes effective.

 

Some of the brands whose routers use this IP address are 2Wire Routers, Billion Routers, Netopia Routers, Thomson Routers, GigaFast, Hawking, Intellinet, LevelOne, Linksys.