How to access E Lins router
Every E-Lins router or modem is an in-house planned product to deal with the user requirements in this modernized internet world. Every router is built with the highest quality standards yet affordable. An IP and user credentials are also offered to a user to access the router services efficiently. A user can look them in the user manual or go through this quick guide.
Getting the router services activated requires login access to its admin panel. This is not a tough task to perform and following the below steps will grant user access.
Step 1: Establish a wired or wireless communication link with your router. A wired Ethernet connection should be given preference so that the link does not break while you perform any operation.
Step 2: After a link is formed, use any of the pre-installed browsers to plot a router to the login user page by stating the default IP address in the address bar. Below are some commonly used IPs that can be used.
If non-of-these worked, then you can use the command “ipconfig” to get a valid IP for your router.
Step 3: You will now be channelled to the login interface where you will be required to provide a username and password. You can use a set of default credentials that are listed below to access the router’s settings.
Username: admin, root, stated on the router’s rear side
Password: admin, root, 1234, stated on the router’s rear side
You should be now accessing the control page of your router.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
Troubleshooting the router
When the router network stops and you are unable to retrieve the login access, then you must reset the router to its default settings. Follow the process as stated: look for the reset button at the bottom or backside of the router. Push the button using a pin or toothpick long enough until the router’s light stops flashing.
This will reset all the changes values of your router with the factory defaults. Now you can use the default credentials to log in.
To form a connection with your router, you must be aware of your router’s gateway (an IP). Your route will be proposed with a small tag at its bottom presenting all the required user credentials to access the admin panel. Although, when the tag is missing, your router’s specification can also get you the correct data.
Your router has some default values saved which may be prone to online threats. Changing them should a wise decision and this guide will help you to achieve a secure connection. Don’t forget to keep records of all the saved values.