How to access Cellvision router
A Cellvision router aims to improve the customer experience with a streamlined network hence reducing the mobile operating cost. With the cellvision router, a customer is also provided with a Username/Password and also an IP address to locate the web interface of the router’s control panel.
Users can go through the user guide for such details or look for them in this brief guide below.
Login process of Cellvision router
Following the below steps a user can get access to the Cellvision router’s control setup page.
- Get your computer/laptop connected with either a wired or wireless network of your router.
A wired connection is recommended so that router does not end the connection between due to any power reasons.
- Using a web browser, navigate to the IP 192.168.0.30.
Use any available web browser and state the IP in the address bar of it. The default IP for a Cellvision router is 192.168.0.30 or 192.168.0.20. Use either of these.
- A Login user interface will appear.
Specify the Username and Password on the login page that is set by you. For first time login, use the default username as admin and password as blank.
- The next page that you see is the control panel for your router with all the default settings stored.
- Change the setting as required but also write all the default setting values before making any adjustments to them.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
Cellvision router troubleshooting
Sometimes using incorrect credentials may lead us to a blank web page. Hence, a correct IP address and Username/Password combination are required to access the router services. These can be found mentioned over the router’s base. Use these first for login.
When even after trying all these do not provide login access, then reset the router to get all the settings set again to default values.
An easy way to do this by pressing the reset key present at the router’s base for 30 seconds. This might terminate the connection sometimes. Hence, always keep a record of the default settings before amending any changes in it.
When you have the login access to your router, then, find a way to revert the settings with the default values first. Resetting should be the last resort.