192.168.0.1 router login
192.168.0.1 Router Login

192.168.8.1

If your router IP address is 192.168.8.1, which is the default IP address of Huawei, STC, Telcel, Telenor, Zain, Zong router brands. To access the router admin interface please enter http://192.168.8.1 in your browser’s address bar, or click on the link below.

http://192.168.8.1

Most popular Default Logins

Router BrandUser NamePassword
Huaweiadmin
admin
admin
Admin@huawei
STCtelecomadminadmintelecom
Telceladmin
admin
Telcel
Telcel_Admin
admin
1111
Telcel
Telcel
Telenoradminadmin
Zainadmin
admin
user
admin
zain
HuaweiUser
Zongadminadmin
Dialog Home Broadbanduser(Check the sticker on your router)

If you use the Internet, you probably have a router in your home. If you do not have any password set for your router or your Wi-Fi network is not secured for your use, to make any changes to your Wi-Fi network you will need to log in to your router using 192.168.8.1.

Of course time first time your router login address must be 192.168.8.1. If you are not sure, please check the label instructions on the back of your router.

Like other LAN IP address, such as 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1, 192.168.8.1 can only be used within the local area network.

How to login to 192.168.8.1?

  1. You’ll need a computer with Internet connection, which you probably already have if you have a router. A smartphone, a PC, or a laptop are all viable options. After that, you’ll need to connect your computer to your router. This can be accomplished using either a Wi-Fi or a conventional Ethernet connection.
  2. Open the web browser of your choice once your computer device is connected to your router. Popular browsers include Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Safari. Once the browser is open, type 192.168.8.1 into the search bar to find your IP address.
  3. You may go to the login part of your router’s management website by searching for 192.168.8.1. You will be prompted to enter your router’s username and password.

If you don’t know your router’s login information and it hasn’t been changed, the default login information may generally be found on the router’s base. Alternatively, this information should be available on the router manufacturer’s website. You can reset your router to factory settings if you have modified the details and forgotten them. The login credentials will be reset to the factory defaults, but any previous changes to the router will be lost.

192.168.8.1 Howto

You can now access the router’s management page by following the steps above. The next step is to customize your router settings to suit your needs.

How to change router login password with 192.168.8.1

Most router’s admin pages are not complicated, and you can quickly figure out where the router’s common menus are and read what they mean. Since most people don’t use many of the router’s features, let’s start by changing the router’s login password.

  1. To access the router’s admin interface, follow the instructions outlined above. On the main page, navigate through the main menus until you find the Router System Settings menu.
  2. Select the router password(router login password) or a menu with a similar name.
  3. Enter a password you want to change, the password should not be too simple or someone can easily guess it. It should be something you can remember, but still be secure.
  4. Enter the desired password. It should be easy to remember while being safe.
  5. Save the information of any modifications you make.

You can also change the router’s username(router login username) from the Router System Settings menu.

How to change router IP address

Another common setting that people change on their routers is the router’s IP address. Your router’s initial address is preset by the manufacturer, and if you want to change it to something other than 192.168.8.1, you should note that this new address is also the LAN address, and after changing it, you can still use it to access your router’s administration page.

  1. Log in to your router management page first. There are detailed instructions on how to do this above. On the home page, look for the General Settings menu, or a similar name.
  2. Then look for Advanced Settings.
  3. Then on this page, look for ‘Router Settings’, or Router LAN IP address settings.
  4. Enter your new IP address in the router IP address field.
  5. Save your changes

How to change WiFi network name(WiFI SSID) and WiFi password

To access your wireless router you need to look for a wireless signal first, and find the one with your wireless name on it to connect. SSIDs and passwords are many of them preset by the router factory and can be found on the router’s sticker. If you want to change them, follow these steps.

Change WiFi network name(WiFi SSID):

  1. Login to your router following above steps.
  2. Select Router Network Settings in the main menu.
  3. Find wireless network or WiFi network section.
  4. In the WiFi network name(WiFi SSID) field, type in your new WiFi network name.
  5. Save your changes.

Change WiFi password:

  1. Login to your router following above steps.
  2. Select Router Network Settings in the main menu.
  3. Find wireless network or WiFi network section.
  4. In the WiFi password field, select WiFi security or WiFi protocol, it is recommended to choose WPA2 or WPA3 as they are more secure than WPE, WPE is an outdated protocol.
  5. Then in the password field, type your new WiFi password.
  6. Save your changes.

Your router is performing better and is more secure now that you’ve changed the login password and changed the WiFi network settings. You can now explore the internet without any difficulty. You can also optimize some settings, such as parental controls and so on, if the router supports that feature.

More about 192.168.8.1

The 192.168.8.1 IP address is a LAN address that is private and can be used as the gateway address within the local network. If 192.168.8.1 is the address of your router, computer devices connected to the network will use that address to send data requests and receive data on the Internet. Your router then connects your ISP to any websites you visit via a public IP address. The information from the sites will return to your router and then return to your computer screen via the private IP address.

How to Find Your Router IP Address

192.168.8.1 is a common local area network IP address that can be used as the router’s address. If 192.168.8.1 is not your router’s IP address, you can search for your router’s model online, which should reveal your router’s default IP address. You can also look for the router’s default IP address in your router’s manual. If these methods don’t work, you can use your computer connected to the router to find router IP address.

If you are using Windows system:

  1. Open a command prompt by typing ‘cmd‘ at the search bar, or find it at ‘Start’ menu.
  2. Type ‘ipconfig‘ in the window.
  3. This command will show you local network settings.
  4. Find the line with ‘Default gateway‘ in it.
  5. You will see the gateway IP address which is also router’s IP address.

If you are using MAC OS:

  1. Click on ‘Apple‘ to open the Apple menu.
  2. Click on the ‘System Preferences‘ in the menu.
  3. Click on ‘Network‘ option.
  4. Choose your network connection.
  5. Then click ‘Advanced‘ button.
  6. Click ‘TCP/IP‘, you will find router IP address which appears as a router.

If you are using Linux system:

  1. Click ‘Settings’ icon in the task bar.
  2. Click ‘Connections’, you can find router’s IP address in the ‘Default router’ line.

An alternative method is to use the commands in Linux system:
ip r
ip route
You will see the result ‘default via 192.168.*.* dev eth0‘, the listed IP address begins with 192 is your router’s IP address.

The majority of router IP addresses are pre-configured by the manufacturers. If your router’s IP address does not match 192.168.8.1, it’s possible that it was altered previously. You can also try different IP addresses, if you still can’t find out the router address, you can factory reset your router to restore the default value.

What is an IP address such as 192.168.8.1?

As mentioned above, 192.168.8.1 is a private IP address, which is the identity of the computers in the network, it is unique within the LAN, and your router uses it to distinguish the identity of each computer on the network. It also allows other computers on the LAN to find themselves quickly.
Different routers can have the same IP address, such as 192.168.8.1. Same router model always use same IP addresses.

The default gateway refers to the gateway or router of the network where the computer is located, because only gateways and routers know how to reach other networks. For computers inside the network, they can only communicate with the outside of the network if they know the location of the default gateway.

But how does your router know which computer is sending data requests? Each machine connected to your WiFi network has a unique IP address, such as 192.168.8.1. Your IP address is a set of digits that enables each device to communicate with the others. IP addresses are allocated to a variety of devices, not just those that are linked to the Internet. IP addresses are also assigned to printers and storage devices, allowing your router and other networked devices to connect to and use them. Other WiFi devices often have IP addresses that differ from the router’s IP address, with the last number differing.

Most IP address holders are currently using the IPv4 version, which has two components: network (network identifier, each network has only one unique network identification) and host (host identifier, each host of the same network has to have a unique host identifier).

IPv4 can identify up to 4.3 billion hosts, and ICANN is in charge of all IP addresses.

Among all IP addresses, the following three types of addresses are private IP addresses. Anyone can use these IP addresses on their own local network.

  • Class A: 10.0.0.1 – 10.255.255.254
  • Class B: 172.16.0.1 – 172.31.255.254
  • Class C: 192.168.0.1 – 192.168.255.254

These addresses are widely used in a variety of local networks. Some routers may set the default address to 192.168.8.1. Private IP addresses can only be used on local networks because they are not directly connected to the Internet. A router is required if you want to connect to the Internet using a private address. Inside the router, there are two types of IP addresses: public IP and private IP. The router’s primary function is to transform the private IP to a public IP so that the private IP can share the Internet via the public IP.

Private IP addresses Vs. Public IP addresses

192.168.8.1 is a private IP address that is associated with your router network. Private IP addresses are unregistered addresses that can only be used on private networks. In other words, private IP addresses do not appear on the Internet and can only used for local connections, not for direct Internet access.

The Internet network contains billions of hosts, and in order to differentiate these hosts from one another, each host is allocated a unique address known as an IP address.

Each host can be accessed using an IP address, which consists of four sections of numbers separated by a decimal point, such as the IP address of a host: 192.168.8.1. Public IP addresses are handled by NIC (network interface controller), which are in charge of worldwide Internet IP address planning and management.

Your ISP will provide you a public IP address to access the Internet, but it is difficult to assign an IP address to every computer since IPv4 addresses are insufficient. As a result, private IP addresses are required. These IP addresses are typically used for LAN management and cannot be directly connected to the Internet; instead, they must be reached via the public IP.

It was expected early on that IPv4 might not be sufficient, so a portion of IP addresses were set aside for private IP addresses.

The most significant distinction between private and public IP addresses is that there is only one public IP address in the world, but private IP addresses can be repeated but not within a LAN. The public IP address is unique in the globe. That is, an IP address only represents one device at a time, thus as long as you can identify the IP address, you can also find the exact device.

Private IP addresses are reserved for local networks. Because they are not unique on the network, the public network cannot discover the relevant device using private IP addresses.