192.168.l00.1: There are various IP addresses to log in to the Login Admin panel. These IPs are a group of four numbers that range from 0 to 256. 192.168.100.1 is one of the famous IP addresses that we use for logging in to router settings.
Manufacturers use IP 192.168.l00.1 like Lenovo, Motorola, and ZyXel. This Ip is famous primarily in Indonesia and USA however least used by New Zealand. In this blog post, we will discuss IP addresses, how to login to the router admin page
Click the link below to log in to 192.168.100.1
Misspelled keyword for 192.168.100.1
Often people use 192.168.l00.1 instead of 192.168.100.1 , which is a typo. The letter L is incorrect in the third number, due to which you are unable to log in to the admin panel. The actual character is 1 (one) instead of l (EL).
|Correct IP 😊||Incorrect IP 🙁|
|192.168.100.1 ✔️||192.168.l00.1 ❌|
Steps to Router Login.
Step 1: Connect your PC or smartphone to your wifi network.
It would be best to keep in mind that you should connect your device to the primary network instead of a guest network. This is a common mistake that people often make. So ensure that your device is connected to the primary network. Preferably use a PC to ease up the process.
Step 2: Open any web browser, type 192.168.100.1 in the URL, and enter.
Please verify that you have typed the correct IP since people ordinarily mistake it with 192.168.l00.1, which is entirely wrong and will land you upon an error page. The correct IP is 192.168.100.1. You can copy-paste it from this page.
Step 3: You will be redirected to the login page if you have completed the first two steps properly. Now fill in your Login Credentials.
Most Probably, the username and password are set to default by the router’s manufacturer. The default login details are mentioned below in this post, and You can log in using them. At last, check the Remember me column and click login.
Default Login credentials for 192.168.100.1
Troubleshooting of Router : 192.168.l00.1
Wifi Connection Error for 192.168.l00.1
If you cannot connect to your wifi, maybe you have forgotten the wifi password. Don’t worry; we have a solution for that; you can use an Ethernet cable to bypass the password required to connect and then access the router login process.
If you do not have an ethernet cable, you can follow the second simple procedure, but it will factory reset your wifi network. Press the reset key on the back of your router for 10 seconds, It will reset your router to its default settings, and you can easily connect again to your wifi.
What is my IP Address?
However, the best ways to find your IP address are mentioned below.
- Follow the user’s manual provided by the manufacturer of your router. The default IP address for your router must be mentioned on it; you can use that IP address to log in to the admin panel. If you do not have the user manual, you can still find your IP address with the help of the following method.
- Open Command Prompt, i.e., shell on your PC either Windows or Mac, then type “ipconfig” in the shell and hit enter.
Please scroll down to the end and find Default Gateway. The IP address written in front of it is your default gateway address to log in to your router settings. The image below will help to find your IP address.
Default Login Credentials.
Every router manufacturer has set default login details for their routers; the IP 192.168.100.1 is a default IP for router companies such as Lenovo, Motorola, ZyXel, etc. The default username and password for 192.168.l00.1 are mentioned above in the thirst subheading. However, if those details aren’t working for you to log in, you can factory reset your router to its default settings and again try to log in with the default credentials.
Uses of IP 192.168.l00.1
192.168.100.1 is an IP address set as the default Gateway address by router companies such as Motorola, Zy Xel, Lenovo, Arris, Planet, etc. This IP address helps you to log in to your router’s configuration panel, where you can modify various settings such as changing your wifi password, modifying the network security type, setting up a new guest network, and adding or removing a mac address, changing your SSID name, etc.
So these were the uses to log in to Router Admin Panel.