Issue: Can't Connect To My Router IP Address
You may face problems in connecting to your router's web interface using the IP address if you have entered the wrong IP address. Sometimes, it occurs when the connection has been cut off between the router and the computer. To fix this issue can't connect to my router IP address, follow the below-mentioned steps.
Solution 1: Identify the correct router's IP address
- Step 1:If you have connected the router to a Windows computer using a standard Ethernet cable, identify the default gateway using the Command Prompt app.
- Step 2:To do so, click the Start menu at the bottom-left corner of the screen.
- Step 3:Type 'cmd' in the search panel and hit the Enter key.
- Step 4:From the search result, right-click the Command Prompt app and select the Run as administrator option.
- Step 5:In the Command Prompt window, type 'ipconfig' and press the Enter key.
- Step 6:Scroll down the page to the Default Gateway section and note down the router's IP address.
- Step 7:Now, type the IP address in the address bar of your browser and check if the router’s web setup page opens.
- Step 8:If you have connected your computer to the router wirelessly, you can identify the router's IP address from the wireless network properties window.
- Step 9:Once you log in to the router's settings page, navigate to the Access Management section and disable the UPnP option (if it has been enabled already).
- Step 10:Finally, save the configured settings and now checks the issue can't connect to my router IP address.
Solution 2: Reset the router to factory defaults
- Step 1:Make sure that the router is turned on.
- Step 2:Disconnect the Ethernet cables from the router.
- Step 3:Use a paper clip to press the Reset button.
- Step 4:Hold it for about 10 to 15 seconds or until the router's LEDs flash.
- Step 5:Once it is reset, connect it to the computer and configure the router's settings in the administrative interface.
Solution 3: Check Wireless network adapter
- Step 1:On your Windows computer, turn on the Wi-Fi button and connect it to the wireless network using the router's wireless credentials.
- Step 2:Next, launch the Run dialog box by pressing the Windows + R shortcut keys.
- Step 3:Type 'ncpa.cpl' in the Run dialog box and click the OK button.
- Step 4:In the pop-up window, give a right-click the Wi-Fi network adapter and select Properties.
- Step 5:Select Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) and click the Properties button.
- Step 6:Click the General tab and enable the Obtain an IP address automatically radio button.
- Step 7:Next, enable the Obtain DNS server address automatically radio button and click OK.
- Step 8:This will fix the router's web accessibility problem and can't connect to my router IP address problem.