How to access Diamond router
A Diamond router extends its services to its users with ease in installation and high-security data transfer services. To access what the router has to offer, we require an IP address and a Username/Password combination. Below a brief guide will help you gain the login access to the router’s admin and other needed actions.
Diamond Login process
With the login access to your Diamond router only it is possible to update the security and other settings.
Follow the below process to gain login access.
- Form a wired or wireless connection link between the router and your computer. Normally, we recommend having a wired connection to hold the connection while you make the changes.
- When a connection is set, open the default IP 192.168.0.1 using a web browser. This should lead you to the sign-in web interface.
- Once you get to the sign-in web interface, mention the username and password available with you.
The default login credentials you can use for a first time login are stated below.
- A control panel web interface is where you will be directed now. This is where you can update your router’s settings as required.
Note: Keep in mind to note the previous set values for all the future issues resolutions.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
If your router login access is rejected, then you may have specified an incorrect username and/or password. Retrieving the login access can be achieved with a simple reset option to bring the router back to default values.
Find the small reset key at the router’s rare side and press it with a pin for 30 seconds. This will set the factory default again but might lead to connection termination. Therefore, we should use this as a final solution.
Note: Always try to log in and replace the changed settings with the previously noted default values to resolve all the router issues
A correct set of IP and Username/Password is required If you wish to transform the security settings of your router. Unaware of how and where to locate this data? Check your router’s base or rear side for a tag with all the data printed on it. If the router misses these details, then use the router make and model to get the valid IP.
The router’s network is always at risk with the default login credentials and hence a user is recommended to update them regularly. You can also find someone to help on how to modify them or use this manual.