10.0.0.1 ip address is Class A local IP address used as the default gateway address for wifi routers by device manufacturers. You can use this IP address to setup your own network, but it must be unique inside its own local area network as the default gateway. This IP address enables you to access the admin dashboard interface of your router where you can view and manage different settings such as DNS setting, LAN, Qos, password management, user management, security management, DHCP etc.
How to login to a router using 10.0.0.1
The login process of 10.0.0.1 admin is same as the login process of 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.0.1. to log in to your router using 10.0.0.1:
- Open your browser and type http://10.0.0.1 in your browser’s address bar and hit the enter button.
- Enter the username and password on http //10.0.0.1 login click login button, the management console will appear on the next screen. If you are not able to find the username and password for your router, see the back side of your router, it is generally marked at the back. Still having troubles in finding your username and password? See the complete Default Router Username and Password List.
- Choose the network option from the menu.
- You can use Dial-up/DSL or other methods to set up the network. Enter username and password you have got from the Internet service provider.
- Use the DNS 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 provided by Google.
Can’t connect to 10.0.0.1?
If you are not able to login the admin dashboard using 10.0.0.1 with 10.0.0.1 login and password, most probably your router uses another IP address as the default gateway like 10.0.1.1 (default gateway). Find the right IP address from the Default Router IP Address. Try using a different browser or a different device to access 10.0.0.1. You can also try clearing cache of your browser or disabling firewall or any antivirus running in the background on your device.
Common Wi-Fi Problems and How to Fix Them
Can’t see a Wifi SSID that you know it is available
- Ensure that your Wi-Fi is disabled or not on your computer or phone. Windows laptops and other devices have hardware/software Wi-Fi buttons on it that will press by accident. In Windows 7,8 or 10, the 5 Wi-Fi Bar icon will show a red X on your computer the taskbar.
- Switch off/n your Wi-Fi adapter by press Wi-Fi hardware button. Or you can choose to disable the Wi-Fi through radio temporarily. Airplane Mode is the simplest way that offers by many devices, though using it disconnect Bluetooth connections on your device as well.
- Sometimes you can get perfect signals of your wifi connection in one place and then another place connection is lost. Because the radio signals pass thru many things like people, electricity, surfaces, walls etc. Move from one place to another and see if the Wi-Fi SSID shows up.
- The Wi-Fi Router is down. Check from multiple devices or check with other member using the Wi-Fi Router. You need to reboot or reset your Wi-Fi router.
- Operating systems provide an indication that there is a problem in internet connection, like the Wi-Fi signal icon in taskbar showing a yellow exclamation point in it.
Not Assigning DHCP provided IP Address
- IP address on your device for IPv4 as discussed above starts with 169.254 which indicates your device couldn’t receive an IP address from your Wi-Fi router DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server. Before assuming anything check your firewall settings if you have installed or are using tools built into the Operating System.
Correct router admin login password, no internet connection
- you provided correct password but you put space at the end or somewhere else, spaces count as a word in the password. Recheck your password with writing on the notepad and paste it into password prompt of your wifi router.
- You need to make sure that you are connected to the correct wifi SSID.
- Best of all reboot the router!