How to access Connected IO router
A Connected IO router is one of the most secure and cost-effective devices that finds its applications in almost all the user-defined applications. An IP address and a username/password of your router pay a vital role in delivering such services. The user guide of the router can be looked for these details. However, when a user does not wish you trace the enormous user manual, below quick notes provide us the router login and service access.
Login steps of the Connected IO router
- Setup a connection link among the router and computer using a Wi-Fi or Ethernet cord. A wired bond is advised so that the router does not drop its connection in between.
- Open a web browser (preferably Chrome) and specify the default IP address in the address bar. You can use the IP 192.168.1.1 or try to locate the correct IP from the router model or the user manual received.
- Enter the Username and Password available with you on the login page. You can use the default credentials for a first time login or use the already updated login details.
- The router's control panel web interface will be opened with all the settings saved. Modify the settings according to the need but pen down all the previously set values somewhere with you before making any changes.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
CONNECTED IO router troubleshooting
When you disremembered the login details, then you can still find a way to login to the router’s account. The only way to recover login access is by resetting the router. This can be carried out by using the hard reset 30 seconds method using the reset button on the router’s backside. However, reset must be opted as a final solution as it may tend to terminate the communication link.
For all the other router related troubleshooting, you must try to revert the settings with the previously noted values.
Sometimes using an incorrect IP will not allow us to reach the login page and hence access the router services. To deal with this, a user must look for the correct details mentioned on the router (Backside or Bottom) or use the router brand name and/or model to get the correct details.
Periodically, log in and revise the user pass keys of your router's network to defend against possible hacking. Also when necessitated, take the help of the manual or somebody with knowledge for any solution.