10.0.1.1 login. That’s what you’re searching for, aren’t you? Confused with the 1s and the 0s? Not sure what it is or how you can use it to your benefit? That’s exactly what I’ll help you out with throughout this piece.
Here’s a brief glimpse of what we’ll cover in this guide:
- What is 10.0.1.1?
- How to Login 10.0.1.1?
- Default Username and Password for 10.0.1.1?
- How to Login 10.0.1.1 without Password?
- Which brands use 10.0.1.1?
What is 10.0.1.1
Consider it to be a website address, you copy-paste the above numbers on your browser’s URL bar and it’ll take you to a webpage.
A more technical definition would be, it’s an IP address. IP addresses too are “Website URLs” just in “numbers”.
This specific IP address is one of the most common IP addresses used by routers. Router owners use this IP address to reach their routers’ configuration page/ admin panel.
Users need to login on the website and then are able to make changes to their router’s settings. (Guide below).
The 10.0.1.1 IP address is more common to Business computer networks although some router-based home networks use it too.
Not all routers use the same IP address for their admin panel, in order to check if your router uses this IP address or not, refer to our F.A.Q.
What is the Default Username and Password for 10.0.1.1?
I just said you’d need to login on the website to be able to make changes to your router, right? But if you’re searching for this on Google, chances are you haven’t ever logged in and don’t know what are the username and password for your router either.
So before I guide you on the login process, I believe it’s best if I shared with you the default username and password for 10.0.1.1?
The default username and password are the credentials that are set by your company for their routers. As only some routers use 10.0.1.1 as their admin-panel address, here are the username and password combinations which work most often.
- Username: admin
- password: admin
- Username: admin
- Password: password
- Username: (blank)
- Password: admin
Even if you can’t login using either of these credentials, we’ve got a solution for you.
How to login 10.0.1.1 Without Password?
So in case you haven’t been able to login to your router using the above credentials, there’s a possibility that your router’s credentials were changed. It happens specially if you bought a second-hand router.
Or, at times other people may change your router credentials easily if they knew the default login credentials, which is known to almost everyone and is available publicly on the Internet.
So, in that case you’d need to Reset your router’s login credentials back to its default values. Once done, you can use the above credentials to login to your router’s admin panel.
Resetting the Router- > In order to reset your router, all you need to do is hold the reset button on the back of your router for 10-60 seconds (depends on the router’s brand and model).
Note that some routers do not exactly have a “button”, rather you’d need to use a pin or anything that’s thin enough to insert it into the reset-hole and then hold it in order to reset the router.
How to Login 10.0.1.1?
So once you have your router’s default login credentials, or even non-defaults (those which have been manually changed), the login process is exactly the same for either.
All you have to do is launch a browser, and copy-paste the IP address in the browser’s URL bar. Without any suffix or prefix, it should be exactly- 10.0.1.1 and hit enter.
Then you’d be taken to a login page which would look similar to the following screenshot. Note that the exact look of the site will vary extensively based on the exact router brand and model, however it will for sure have a “username” and “password” field.
That’s where you simply enter your usernames and passwords. Done. If the login credentials are correct, you’d be logged into the router’s web-interface.
Just trying to answer some basic questions you may have regarding 10.0.1.1.
1. Which Brands use 10.0.1.1 IP address?
10.0.1.1 is used by one of the biggest companies on the planet- Apple. Also, some specific Models from Cisco and infinity when supplied by ComCast have this 10.0.1.1 as their default IP address.
2. Can’t Connect to 10.0.1.1.
You can only connect to 10.0.1.1. if you already are using a router which uses this as its IP address. Simply using the Internet without the specific router won’t work.
So those were the basics as far as this piece on 10.0.1.1. goes folks. We shared what 10.0.1.1. is, its default login credentials, how to login without a password (reset it) as well as the brands which use the IP address for the router.
Although note that we haven’t (and can’t) practically include or know all the routers which use this as their IP address so there’s a chance some other routers use the same IP address too apart from the ones we’ve listed.
Let us know if this helped.