How to access AWB router
A router is a device that aims to improve the customer experience with a modernized network. An AWB router aids in this by providing a user friendly and efficient experience.An uncommon IP address and a combination of a username and password are also offered to the user to locate the routers admin panel. This data can be found in the user manual or else you can even go through this quick guide for help.
AWB router Login process
Any AWB router’s control panel can be reached with some basic needs such as a computer/laptop with an Internet connection and at least one web browser installed.
Below steps will then lead you to the web interface of your router.
- Establish a wired or wireless connection between the device and your router.
It is recommended to have a wired connection so that in any power issues the router does not end the connection in between.
- Start a web browser that you have installed in your device (Chrome is preferred mostly).
- Navigate to the IP 192.168.1.1.
State the IP in the address bar of the browser and click Enter key. The default IP for an AWB router is 192.168.1.1. You can use this to try to locate the correct IP for your router’s model by different means.
- A Login user interface will appear asking for the user credentials.
State the Username and Password on the login page that is set by you or use the default username as blank and password as admin if you are a new user.
- You will now be directed to the web interface of the admin panel with all the default settings stored.
This is where you can modify the settings as per the requirements. But, keep in mind to note down all the default settings with you before making any adjustments to them.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
AWB router troubleshooting
At times we might enter the incorrect credentials or may have forgotten them. In that case, the only way to recover the lost username/password is by resetting the router.
The router has a small reset button at its back. By pressing the reset key for 30 seconds will bring the router to its default. Your connection may be terminated and hence it is advised to always keep a record of the default settings before amending any changes in it.
With the purpose of getting to the router’s web interface, we require a correct IP address along with a Username and Password. The router contains all the user details printed on its backside or bottom which a user can look for. But, if it is missing these information, a user can try to locate them in the user manual or contact someone who can help.
The first solution to any problem should be to log in and revert the settings with the default values. But, if that is not possible then the final option should be to reset.