How to access CNet router
A CNet router provides its users with the cutting edge technology and best in class router services that are even cost-efficient. Equipped with an IP address of its own to reach the online web interface, CNet router also offers its user with the default username and password to access the services. Below brief guide presents a step by step way to access the services.
Login steps of the CNet router
To make your router’s network secure, you would be needed to log in to the admin panel of it. The below process will guide you through.
- Setup a connection between the router and your PC.
You can use a wired or wireless connection but moreover, a wired connection is preferred so that your router does not lose the connection in between.
- Navigate using a browser to the IP 192.168.1.1.
The default IP address to reach the sign-in page is 192.168.1.1 but you can also use 192.168.0.1 when the first one does not work.
- At the sign-in page, use the appropriate username and password.
Use the default login credentials stated below to log in to the control setup page.
Password: admin, 1234, epicrouter
- This will open the router's control panel with all the settings saved.
Note: Modify the security settings according to the need but also take a note of all the formerly set values somewhere with you before making any changes.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
CNET router troubleshooting
If accidentally you missed the correct login details or the router stops its functioning after you made the changes to the settings, then you need to return to the default state of the router. This can be done by resetting the router.
You need to find a small reset button at the router’s backside and press and hold it for around 30 seconds. Henceforth, all the changed settings will be brought back to the factory defaults.
Note: When the login access is still available, then for any router related issue, you must revert the settings with default values as per the prior knowledge to resolve them.
A router’s admin panel can only be reached with a correct set of IP address and user credentials. Such details can be located at the backside or beneath the router on a small tag. If the tag is missing on the router, then refer to the above-mentioned default details for your help.
Your router is provided with default login credentials and hence is at a high risk of hacking or trespassing. Make sure you change them periodically. Also, resetting must be your last possible solution.