How to log in to your router using the IP address 10.0.1.9
You can change your software router’s configuration by logging in to your router’s admin panel at http://10.0.1.9. You must sign in to the router admin to configure it, alter its settings, or set or change a password. Follow these steps below:
- Type 10.0.1.9 into your browser’s address bar (URL bar).
- The router’s IP address is not 10.0.1.9 if you encounter a problem. Enter it once more without using the autocomplete. It might sometimes lead you astray.
- Enter username and password.
- The login interface of the Internet Service Provider (ISP) is displayed.
How to change the password of routers using 10.0.1.9 as the login address.
The router’s default user name and password typically need to be changed to ensure network security and stop others from tampering with the network.
- Log in to the administration page of the router
- Click “Advanced”→”Administration”→”Set Password”.
- Enter the old password and new password,
- Click “Apply.”
Your wireless router or ADSL modem needs to reset if you forget your login password. You can discover the router’s default password using the techniques described above. You can reset the router if you are still unable to locate it.
How to change the wireless WIFI password and network name
You should follow these steps to make the wireless WIFI simple to remember, increase network security, and prevent hacking:
- Log in to the router’s management page
- Select the “Wireless” menu under the routing setup.
- Enter the new wireless network name and new wireless WIFI password
- Click “Save.”
How to change the IP address of the login router
When you get a new router, you will have a login IP address or domain name because your router has already set the default login address. However, users can alter it independently, preventing unauthorized parties from altering your router’s data.
- Log in to the management page of the router.
- Select the “LAN” menu from the routing setup menu.
- The LAN port IP settings default to automatic (recommended).
- Change the LAN port IP address to your personal preference.
- Save the changes
- Restart your router, and use the new address to log in.
Issues with logging in using the IP address 10.0.1.9
If the administration address of your router is indeed 10.0.1.9, but the ISP’s broadband login page still appears, this could be due to:
The router and modem using different IP addresses.
The ISP’s provided modem’s default IP address is 10.0.1.9, and the router’s IP address is also 10.0.1.9. Due to a current IP address conflict, the ISP’s broadband login interface may display open 10.0.1.9. Here is the solution:
- Only connect the computer to the router’s LAN port; unplug the network cable that connects the router’s WAN port to the modem.
- If your computer can’t access the Internet after unplugging the router’s WAN port network cable, don’t worry that there is no way to set up the router. The reason is that you can set up the router without a computer that can access the Internet by simply connecting it to the router’s LAN port with a network cable or by connecting your laptop or mobile device via WiFi and then accessing the setup page to configure the router.
- To access the router’s setup page, type 10.0.1.9 into your browser’s address bar.
- Locate “LAN port setup” on the router’s setup page (some routers also call this “LAN setup” or “Internal network setup”) and change the IP address (for example, modify it to: 192.168.2.1)
- Join the router’s WAN port to the modem after changing the router’s IP address.
- Access the router’s login page by entering the modified IP address.
The IP address of the router has been changed.
The ISP’s login page might appear if the user types in the default 10.0.1.9 address even though they are unaware that the router’s IP address has changed. Here is the solution:
- To access the router’s login screen, enter the modified IP address.
- By looking up the computer’s local connection (Ethernet) address, you can determine the router’s actual IP address.
- Type 192.168.3.1 in the browser to access the router login page.
How to restore the factory settings of routers using 10.0.1.9 as the login address?
You must reset the router and return it to its factory settings if the settings are messed up, and you cannot access the Internet normally. To do this, use the router administration page login address 10.0.1.9.
Restore factory settings on the router’s administration page
- Log in to the router’s administration page
- Select “Advanced” > “Administration” > “Backup Settings.”
- Click the “Revert to Factory Default Settings” button, and a dialog box will ask you if you are sure to do so in order to prevent malfunction and interference with regular Internet access.
- Click “OK,” and the router will reboot on its own.
- Wait for it to reboot and reset the router to its default settings.
Knowing the username and password for the router is a requirement to use this method.
Reset the router to factory settings by pressing the RESET button
- Find the RESET button on the wireless router’s back.
- This button typically comes in two shapes: a protruding button that can be pressed directly and a small hole-shaped button with a paper clip, pin, or other fine-pointed object inserted into it before being repeatedly pressed.
- The power indicator is on, and the router is powered on.
- For about 10 seconds, press and hold the RESET button, then let go.
- The indicators alternate between being on and being off.
- Wait a short while for the router to begin operating once more. It has now successfully been returned to its factory settings.
- When restoring factory settings, the router cannot be turned off. If not, it might harm the router’s hardware.
- All settings will be lost if the router is reset to factory settings. Please be cautious when reverting to factory settings because you will need to configure the router once more to access the Internet normally.
IP information 10.0.1.9
One of the private IP addresses used inside a local area network (LAN) and inaccessible from the internet is 10.0.1.9.
This address (IPv4 Class A network) is a part of the network 10.0.0.0 – 10.255.255.255. This IP address segment contains 16,777,216 IP addresses in total, and its scope is “Private network, used for local communications within a private network.”
IANA has assigned the IP address 10.0.1.9 to the private network 10.0.1.0/24. In contrast to public IP addresses, everyone is permitted to use these IP addresses without the approval of a regional Internet registry, as described in RFC 1918.
Possibly the address 10.0.1.9 is misspelled, and you may encounter typical typing errors like these: 10.o.1.9, 10.o.I.9, 10.o.l.9, 10.0.I.9
The configuration interface for network routers is typically available via a web browser at a URL like http://10.0.1.9 or https://10.0.1.9 or via a hostname alias specific to the router.
Enter 10.0.1.9 into your browser’s address bar to manage your router. You can modify and configure the following settings once you have successfully accessed the router management panel: End-user clients for IP Qos, DNS, proxies, LANs, WANs, network management, security settings, WLANs, PPPOE, MAC, WPS, DSL, and DHCP.