Detected IP Address For KZTECH
Based on your local IP address, this should be your router admin IP address. This is only the case if you are in the same network as your wifi router.
How to access KZTECH router
Accessing the Internet is a daily need of every person nowadays, and hence, KZTECH presented a router that fulfils such daily requirements with ease. Traversing the data in and out of the network, securing, and updating profile info requires login.
All your network necessities request some central ingredients, such as a computer device with a pre-installed web browser and your KZTECH router.
- Make a connection between the router and your PC/smart device. Prefer a wired link to have uninterrupted service access.
- Fire-up any installed web browser and mention the default IP of your router's start-up web page in the address bar. Take a quick look under your user manual for this data or try using one stated below.
- a) 168.1.1
- b) 168.0.1
- c) 168.2.1
- d) 168.10.1
- e) 0.0.1
- Once through, a web page will ask for a username and password to log in. When you get a chance to present the user credentials, set a twisted value, or else use some standard credentials for your KZTECH router.
When unable to login, someone might have changed the user credentials. In such a case, reset your router to factory defaults.
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.
However, press the reset button present on the router when denied admin. Squeeze the reset button for 20 long seconds with a Pin or toothpick. Your J5 router will set with mint settings as before. Remember, this may terminate the internet link sometimes and so must be opted as an end solution.
All routers definitely will have an IP address of the router that they use it as an address default gateway. Now that you can log in to admin router settings. The IP can easily be found at the router back or in the router guide book limited to your router make.
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.