How to access EZVIZ router
A router network is what plays a crucial part in our everyday life serving our every possible online need. An EZVIZ router provides a relatively similar service to its customers with the help of an IP and a defined set of Username/Password combination. Such information can direct us to the router's login interface and this short and quick article assists in the processes.
Login steps to an EZVIZ router
Follow the below setup to gain the login access of your router.
- Unite your network device with the router either through an Ethernet cable or Wi-Fi. However, a wired connection must be favoured so that the service link does not crash while executing the changes.
- Drive to the router's Sign-in page using a web browser and pronounce the default IP in its address bar.
The default IP address of every EZVIZ router is 192.168.7.1.
- When you get to the router's login page, assign the username and password. You can use the default username and password as admin. Although, if the login credentials were revised earlier then use those values.
- This will lead you to the admin panel of your router with all the default settings stored and can be updated as needed.
Note: It is to be kept in mind that all the previously set default details are written much before making the changes to them.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
Troubleshooting your EZVIZ router
If somehow you made some changes due to which the router's functioning is been affected, then you can return the default settings simply by resetting the router. Look for the reset button on the backside of your router and use a toothpick or any pointed object to press it for around 10-20 seconds.
This will set all the default settings to your router. However, this should be a final resort to any router related subject and we must log in to the router's admin panel and set the previously noted default settings personally as a solution.
You would demand your router's IP address and default user details to get to the router's control settings. You can get this data on the router printed on a small tag on its backside or bottom. When the router misses them, use the default credentials presented in this article above.
Your network and data can be prone to attacks if the default settings and user passkeys are not modified. You can refer to how to modify them under this guide or look for them in the manual.