How to access 3Com router
3Com Login Instructions
The web interface of 3Com router is the control panel for the router, and this is where all settings are changed & stored. To do alterations in your network you will require to login to the 3Com router.
Requisites for accessing the 3Com web interface
How to Access the setup page & Login to a 3Com Router
To access the 3Com web interface is amazingly simple & all you need to have is:
- Accessing to the network, both via Wi-Fi and LAN-cable
- 3Com router
- A web browser that you obviously have.
Below are the commands for connecting to your 3Com router's interface for diagnostics & configuration.
- Ensure you are linked to the 3Com Router
To know how to access the setup pages of 3Com router, you will have to be linked to its network. Thus, begin by linking to the network, either via WiFi or by way of Ethernet cable.
Suggestion: If you do not remember the WiFi password of the 3Com router, just connect it to the Ethernet cable that does not need a password.
- Set off the web browser & find a way to 192.168.1.1
Set off your browser & in the address field write the router's IP address. The most general IP in 3Com router is: 192.168.1.. Look for the list of default 3Com IP address for your exact model if that IP address does not work. Write the ip address in the address field & click go.
- Write the username & password of your 3Com router
Just sign in by entering the present username & password field, click enter & sign in.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
Troubleshooting 3Com default login
If you are unsure on the Username as well as Password you may simply search for the default 3Com ID to find what the defaults are, & ways to reset it.
The ID’s may even be written on the brand on the reverse of the router
This is it! Now you can configure anything you desire on the machine. What if the network or 3Com router stops functioning once a configuration change? If, you accidentally make few changes which stops your 3Com home network, you may always return to zero by sticking to the standard hard reset trick30 30 30.
This is mostly the last way out, & if you even now have access to the 3Com interface you may always login to try & go back to the settings first (of course this supposes that you note down the initial value prior altering it).
Models using 3Com
- 3CRWDR101B-75 (WL-552)
- HomeConnect 3CRWE50194
- OfficeConnect 3CRTRV10075 (WL-534)
- OfficeConnect 3CRWDR200A-75
- OfficeConnect 3CRWE454G72
- OfficeConnect 3CRWE51196
- OfficeConnect 3CRWE52196
- OfficeConnect 3CRWE554G72TU
- OfficeConnect 3CRWER100-75
- OfficeConnect 3CRWER200-75