How to access JCG router
A device that offers a wide range of internet services is what a router is. Your JCG router provides a high-speed and wide range of wireless network connections. A substantial number of devices accommodated in a network is possible with the implementation of a single IP address link.
To set up the network settings of your JCG router, log in to the admin panel is required. A convenient way to access the admin page, update and secure the network is shared below.
Login process for JCG router
Your router settings saved under the admin interface need some necessities to reach like a computer, a pre-installed web browser, and your JCG router.
Follow the step-by-step instructions below to gain login access.
- Kick-off your web browser and then press towards the start-up web page of your router, stating the default IP address in the address bar.
Your JCG router default IP is 192.168.1.1.
If this IP does not guide to the login page, then obey the methods below to look for a correct IP.
- The gateway will lead towards the sign-in interface that will ask username and password. YOur JCG router's default username and password is admin.
- The correctly executed process must present the admin panel to you. Make the adjustments to the settings as you require your network to act.
Note: Form notes of previously set default settings with you that will help recall the router's login in the future.
What to do if your router stops working after changing configuration
Unintentionally or not, if remembering your login password is tricky to you, your router services will be at risk. In such a case, you must keep a record of your user credentials. Failing to log in would require a reset of values to be performed. Follow the below method.
- Switch off your router power, but do not plug it from your switchboard.
- Grab any pointed object to press and hold the small reset button on the base of your router.
- Keep a hold of it until the lights on the front end stop blinking.
- Finally, to end the process, turn your router off and then on.
To reach the router admin panel, an IP address of the router is of utmost importance. Finding accurate IP is not challenging at all. Every router has a small sticker at its bottom or rear end with such data printed. Use that data first or try contacting the manufacturer for the valid data.
The first solution to any problem should be to log in and revert the settings with the default values. However, just updating the default username and password might not introduce any critical networking issue in the future.