Router Brands Default IP Adresses

10.0.0.1 - Login Admin

10.0.0.1 IP Address

To access the admin page type 10.0.0.1 into your web browser's address bar or click on the link below.

Login

Detected IP Address

Local IP Address:

Admin Router Login

Based on your local ip address, this should be your router admin ip address. This is only the case if you are in the same network as your wifi router.

Admin

Default logins for 10.0.0.1

56 %
IP Address:
10.0.0.1
Username:
admin
Password:
password
22 %
IP Address:
10.0.0.1
Username:
cusadmin
Password:
highspeed
11 %
IP Address:
10.0.0.1
Username:
admin
Password:
admin
11 %
IP Address:
10.0.0.1
Username:
Cisco
Password:
Cisco

Login Steps

  1. Find Your Router's IP Address

    The first step to logging in to your router's console is to figure out its IP address. If you've forgotten the address, you won't be able to log in on the page. However, you can easily find the address in many ways: 

    #1: One way to find the IP address is to use the ipconfig command on your command prompt. The IP address of the default gateway will be the one for your router. 

    #2: Another way to check the IP address is to use the Network and Sharing Center on your PC. You need to open the panel, click on the "Connections" tab and then check its details. You will be able to see the IP address under the IPv4 Default Gateway column. 

    #3: On a Mac system, you will be able to check the IP address in the utilities window with the netstat command or under system preferences. 

    #4: On your mobile device, you can click on the advanced properties of your connection to find out the IP address.

  2. Log In to Your Router

    After you've found out the IP address of your router through the default gateway option, you can log on to it. First, you need to type in the IP address of your router in the browser. In this case, the address is 10.0.0.1. After this, the browser will convert the address into a link such as http://10.0.0.1 and then open the login screen for you. Here, you will have to fill in the default username and password for the router login. If you've changed the password in the past, you can log on with those credentials. After submitting the details, you will be able to access the control panel of your router and change its configuration. 

  3. Reset and Troubleshoot Router

    A lot of times when we change the settings of our router, it stops working or interferes with the network connection. Thus, we need to revert these changes. You need to write down the previous values of all the settings that you're going to change so it's easier to go back when there's a problem. However, if you've done everything right and the router still doesn't work, you may have to reset it. You can click the reset button on your router for 15-30 seconds for the reset operation. The router will reboot and set itself up with all the default settings. 

10.0.0.1 IP Address

Each computer or device in a network is recognized with the IP address assigned to it. The network can be the internet or can be part of a smaller local network. A Public IP address is the one that's accessible to everyone on the internet. On the other hand, a local IP address is one that your router assigns to every device that's connected to it. The local IP address is not accessible to everyone on the internet and just the devices connected by the router. 

One of the most common private IP addresses for business networks is 10.0.0.1, which can be assigned to any device on the local network in the address range. This address, however, is the default IP address of many broadband routers, including Cisco and Infinity. 

When to Use the 10.0.0.1 IP address

The 10.0.0.1 IP works as the default IP address of many routers so you can access them and change their settings over the network. The setting changes may include opening up a range of ports, setting a firewall on your network or assigning a primary device that receives all your messages. 

Many administrators choose this address for their routers for their business networks as it's easy to remember. Many at-home devices also use this address for the simplicity of it. However, some of the more popular IP address for routers are 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.1.1.

IP Address Conflict

If you have more than one router at home, chances are that they might have the same IP address. Thus, when you try to log on to one of the routers, it may show you the page of another one or none at all. To avoid this, you need to ask the administrator to set up a static IP address for your device so it's not in conflict with the other one. 

You also shouldn't mistype your address on the webpage. The results will display that the device isn't available. It’s a good idea to always check your router's address before typing it in. 

Manufacturers Using 10.0.0.1 IP Address

There are many manufacturers of routers that use the 10.0.0.1 IP address because it's simple and easy to remember. Traditionally suited for business networks with a large number of devices, many home routers are also taking up this IP address. Most popular router producers using 10.0.0.1 IP address as default include:

  • Cisco
  • SMC
  • Technicolor
  • Arris
  • Aztech

Other organizations such as Intelbras, RFNet, and i-connect also produce routers that respond to 10.0.0.1 IP address.

Models using 10.0.0.1

Arris
ArrisTG1682G TG1682G admin/password

Aztech
AztechNA8300 NA8300 -

Cisco
Cisco881-W 881-W Cisco/Cisco
CiscoDPC3939 DPC3939 admin/password
CiscoDPC3941 DPC3941 admin/password

I Connect
i-connectAP880G AP880G -

Intelbras
IntelbrasNBOX NBOX admin/admin

Rfnet
RFNetAPRT-2001g APRT-2001g -

Smc
SMCSMCD3GNV (Comcast) SMCD3GNV (Comcast) admin/password
SMCSMCD3GNV v2? SMCD3GNV v2? cusadmin/highspeed
SMCSMCD3GNV3 SMCD3GNV3 cusadmin/highspeed

Technicolor
technicolorTC8305C TC8305C admin/password
technicolorTC8706C (Comcast) TC8706C (Comcast) -
technicolorTC8717C TC8717C -