How to access E TOP router
Do you want to replace the router’s profile settings? Your router’s network security is at threat and needs to be protected? An E-TOP router’s control panel web interface access will grant you privilege in performing all such activities effortlessly. The quick guide provides all the information and data that is required in the process.
E-TOP Router Login steps
To get access to your E-TOP router, you require an IP address and a Username/Password combination. All such information can be traced from the user manual received with the router yet when a user finds it difficult to look upon then follow the below process to get that information and access the router.
- Form a wired connection between the router and your PC/smart network device. You can also use E-TOP router’s Wi-Fi connection.
- Open a web browser of your choice (Google Chrome preferably) and type the IP address 192.168.1.1 in the address bar of it.
You can also use the IP 192.168.1.254 if the above-mentioned IP does not takes you to the user login page.
- You will see 2 fields asking for the username and password to log in. Specify the appropriate user details or use the default from the below-specified list.
Username: admin, root
Password: admin, root, 1234
- After entering the user details, click the login option and you should be guided to the control setup interface.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
If all that is pronounced over has failed for you and you are yet incapable to access the control settings of your router, then the final resolution for this could be to reset the router. This can be quickly achieved by using the generic 30 30 30 hard reset mechanism. Your router has a reset pin at its backside.
A reset should be the ultimate solution for every user when login as well is not granted. On the contrary, it is always a sensible move to keep a record of all factory-set values so that we can revert them to solve any dispute without resetting the router.
There may be situations when a user is unable to login to the router’s account such as incorrect IP address or login credentials. Such concerns can be managed by the use of default credentials specified above or even the user may see the router specifications beneath the router or at its side.
You must periodically get into the router web interface and update your user profile to keep the network safe. Also when necessitated, take the help of the manual or somebody with knowledge for any solution.