How to access Card King router
Access to the high-speed internet connection either using a wired or Wi-Fi link is a must for every individual. Your Card King router offers high security and speedy services with an easy configuration process online. To reach the router’s admin panel online, a user requires an IP and username/password combination. This data can be read from the below short guide.
Login steps for your Card King Router
If you want to implement the router security settings or the control settings, then you must be able to log in to the router web interface. Below steps will help you gain such privileges.
- Establish a connection between the router and the network device. A wired link must be preferred so that the router does not lose the connection while making the changes.
- After the connection is set, navigate to the IP 192.168.0.1 using the installed web browser in your device. This should take you to the web login interface of your router.
- At the login page, specify the default username and password and hit the Enter key.
Every Card King router has default login credentials which a user can use to gain login access to the router’s web interface.
- A successful login will grant access to the control panel of your router with all type of the settings saved.
A user will now be able to make the changes into the control and security settings. Although, we must first keep a record of all the default setting values with us before making any changes to them.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
Troubleshooting the Router
Whether unintentionally or not, if you forget your router’s login credentials and the access to the router services stops, then you must find some ways to recover the router access back. A simple way to do that is by resetting the router. At the bottom of your router, you will find a reset button. Push that with a pin for about 30 seconds so that all your router settings will set back to factory default.
Now you can use the above-stated default credentials to log in again.
There is always a need for a valid IP address to reach the router’s control setup interface. Where to find it? Your router is provided with a small tag which states these details on it. Look for this tag beneath the router or else take the help of the values stated in this article.
Every router is provided with a set of default login user data. A sensible decision would be to constantly update this default data to protect the network from any potential harm. Get yourself some help on how to amend the changes by using the manual.