How to access CZ.NIC router
A CZ.NIC router believes in providing the users with a secure, high performance, and open-source network. The admin panel of your CZ.NIC router will allow you to create, modify and update your network every time you need it. This admin panel can be reached with the help of an IP and a Username/Password pair that is offered with every CZ.NIC router. Although, this brief manual can also be looked for such data.
CZ.NIC router Login process
The security and control settings, as well as any update in the network, can only be processed with login access into the router’s admin panel. Following the below steps will grant login access.
- Get your computer and router connected through a wired link. A wireless link can also be used but we recommend having a wired connection so that router does not lose the communication bond.
- Now, open any web browser and navigate to the IP 192.168.1.1. This is the default IP address for any CZ.NIC router to locate the sign-in page.
- When you reach the sign-in page, mention the username and password of your account and hit the enter key.
- After a successful login, you will be directed to the control setup web interface of your router with all the default settings stored.
Now, you will be authorized to prevent any kind of modifications to the settings of your network. However, it must be noted that a user should jot down all the factory settings much earlier before changing them for future use.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
Troubleshooting your CZ.NIC router
In case if you have forgotten the login details after amending the changes in the settings, then your router services may be at risk. You need to reset the router to gain the login access and this can be processed using a reset button available on the router’s backside. Find the key and press it for approximately 30 seconds.
This will bring your router’s setting back to ground zero and now you can use the default username and passwords for login.
Note: When the login access is still available, then we must revert the previously recorded settings in order to solve any router related issues, and reset should be the last possible solution.
A connection to your CZ.NIC router is only possible with a correct set of IP addresses and a Username/Password combination. You can look for these details printed on the backside or bottom of the router itself. If not found, then using the router specifications can also help trace them.
Your CZ.NIC router is provided with a default user credentials that need to be protected from any intruder to get access into your network. A sensible approach to this is changing the passkeys regularly. Take the help of this guide or the user manual.