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It is an Ipv4 address. IPv4 is a fourth revision of Internet protocol and first of the protocol that is widely used. Due to the limited numbers of IP addresses in IPv4 protocol, private range is invented. Private range allows the devices to assign IP addresses within one network. It is worth mentioning here that these ranges are non-routable, ie they will not work outside the local network. It is possible for you to change the default IP address on your router to any other IP from private range that will better fir to your rest of the network.
192.168.1.254, just like any other IP is used by many ADSL and cable modems or routers as a default IP. This is invented to bypass lack of IPv4 addresses. The manufacturers, which use this IP as a default IP address for their devices, include:
– Internet gateways from Cayman / Motorola Netopia
– Thompson Speedtouch ADSL routers
– Westell ADSL modems
– Hawaii ADSL routers
– 3Com broadband routers
– Certain model of cheap Chinese TP-Link routers
– Alcatel ADSL modems
– SRW2023 Linksys switches
– ADSL Billion routers
192.168.1.254 not working
Often is happening that you found your router or IP address not responding for one or other reasons. This can be due to numerous reasons, which you have to look for when you are having trouble accessing control interface with your default 192.168.1.254 address. Try the things which are given below first to resolve the problem before contacting your professional hardware technicians for help.
– Make certain that you have typed the right IP address in the browser, that is, 192.168.1.254.
– Try to reset your router.
– Check all the power cables for any damage and make sure that they are properly connected to power outlet.
– Like power cables, your network cables should be in good condition and properly connected. Check them for loose connections or any possible damage.
– Check whether resetting your computer works or not.
– Make sure that the connectors on your UTP cables are not damaged. Damaged connectors will break the local area connections.
– Check whether the local area connection is enabled or not on your computer.
– Check your firewall settings. Some firewall applications can block access to default IP address.
– If you are on a network where so one or more hub or switches are installed, check all the switches for any possible damage. Any broken switch could break the entire network.
– In case you have forgotten he router password, then try take help from the manufacturer manual or contact your manufacturer.
– Try to access the router from any other computer or notebook to see whether the problem persists only with your computer or with all.
– In case you are using a wireless device or router (Wi-Fi router), and then make sure that you are getting enough signals.
If the problem persists, then better seek help from your professional technician to resolve the problem.
Please call our Wireless Router Support Helpline on +1-844-659-0555 and talk to a Router Expert. Our dedicated team will help your fix all the issues that you are facing with your Wireless Routers or Wireless Repeaters or Range Extenders