Category: Problems & Fixes

http://dlinkrouter.local or http://192.168.0.1 – Which one to use?

Logging to your D-Link wireless router is quite simple and easy, and we will talk about it in this post, but what might confuse some users is whether they should use http://dlinkrouter.local or http://192.168.0.1 to login successfully. Well, the answer is simple – you can actually use both …

How to change the WiFi password on TP-link router

There are several reasons why you might want to change your wireless network password. Either you don’t like the old one and want to change it to something more secure or just a bit more memorable. However, one of the main reason why people change their default Wi-Fi …

Network Security Key Mismatch: What It Is & How To Fix

Every router varies, but all have some sort of network security key mismatch error message. It’s relatively simple to understand – your router is looking for a certain string of characters as the password, and it’s receiving something other than that, thus prompting an error. Fixing the network …

SSID (Network Name) and How to Change it?

SSID stands for Service Set Identifier and basically represents the wireless network name which helps us distinguish our wireless network from the other networks in ranges. The SSID can be 32 characters long and changing the SSID is one of the measures we can take in order to …

How to Reset Your Router to Factory Defaults

You can’t login to your router? The default username and password don’t work? Already tried everything you could think of and still no success? Fortunately, there is one last solution – resetting your router to factory settings. By doing this it actually means that all the settings will …

Ping 192.168.1.1-The first step to troubleshoot your router

Pinging the router default IP address is the first thing you should do if you need to troubleshoot your router. Knowing this is important in order to locate the problem and fix it on your own. One of the things you can do is to ping your router …