How to access EHOME router
A router is considered as the heart of every home or business network which needs to be protected and kept updated with the latest advancements. Any updates into the EHome router can be processed with login access to the web interface of the admin setup. Once login is granted, updating the security settings or the user profile can be done with ease.
Login steps to get admin access
Any EHome router can be interconnected to any network device with IP and Username/Password amalgamation provided to a user. Once connected and permitted to log in, any network setting can be moulded. Get your router connected, below is the process.
- Join your PC and the router through a wired or wireless link. The wired channel is recommended to form a stronger communication link.
- Open Chrome or Firefox, state the IP 192.168.0.1 in the address bar further pushing the Enter key.
- This should open the sign-in page of your router. Now, type the username and password. The default username is admin whereas the password can be left blank. You can look for the default credentials on the backside of your router as well.
- On successful approval of the login details, the admin panel of your EHome router will appear. This is from where you can modify all the settings to make your network secure.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
In situations when you forget the user credentials and are unable to get into the router settings, then all you want is to reset the router. All your router values will be brought to the initial set values along with the login credentials. Beneath the router, you will find a reset key that needs to be pressed for 10 seconds.
This might end all your previous connections and hence you would need to follow the aforementioned login steps.
A successful communication link can be formed between any network devices very easily. What is required to login can be located on a sticker available on the router itself. You must also note the details after changing them.
Your router’s performance is determined by the login credentials and the settings that you form. You can keep the network safe by constantly updating the profile from hacking activities.