Detected IP Address For CyberTAN
Based on your local IP address, this should be your router admin IP address. This is only the case if you are in the same network as your wifi router.
How to access CyberTAN router
A simple and easy to use the device is what a CyberTAN router is and it offers such smooth user experience by providing an easy login to the router. An IP address to reach the router login interface and a username/password are also shared with the router to access the services.
A user can get these details in the manual received or the below quick guide can also help gain access to the services.
Login process of CyberTAN router
- Establish an Ethernet cable or a wireless connection with the router to your laptop or computer.
Note: Using a wired connection is suggested so that router does not end the connection between due to any power reasons.
- Open the pre-installed web browser and mention the IP 192.168.1.1 in the address bar.
The default IP for a CyberTAN router is 192.168.1.1 and/or 192.168.15.1.
- Enter the username and password of the router to access the admin panel. If the login credentials have been changed previously by you, then mention then to login or else use the default credentials as admin.
Next, you will be directed to the control setup page with default settings stored. You can now adjust them but before making any changes, make sure to note down all the default settings with you for future use as a solution.
CyberTAN router troubleshooting
When suddenly the router stops or if you do not remember the login data, then you can try to locate the correct values or the last option with you is to reset the router to bring all the default settings set again. A tiny button at the back of the router is what you need to press for 30 seconds approximately to do the task.
However, if the login facility is available, then you must try to set back the default settings with previously noted values.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
The security settings of the router can be reached and modified only with the correct IP address. Most people do not know where to get this from. Your router has this data printed on its backside or its bottom. Use them for login access. Yet, if the data is not printed on the router then, using the router model and brand name will help you locate the correct credentials.
The login username and password need to be constantly changed by a user to protect the network from any potential risks of getting hacked. Also resetting the router must be a final solution when nothing else has worked.