is IP address used by several router manufactureres as default address for the router itself. This address is mostly used by computers in private home networks. Usually this address is assigned manually. If you are unable to access this address it's likely that you have some kind of network configuration problem.

Click on one of the following links for solutions to most common network problems: is Class C private IP address. Private IP addresses are reserved for private networks that are not part of Internet. Although most home networks are connected to internet, they are not part of it. Instead a network router acts as a gate and routes network data to appropriate computer on the home network. While this allows several computers to share single ISP connection the downside is that home computers are not directly reachable from the Internet (however given the number of viruses and trojans out there this can also be a good thing).

Most network routers can be specifically configured to make some computers on a private network visible to the Internet. If you wish to learn more about the subject please take a look at our collection of articles: admin web interface is generated by the network router itself rather than served by a web-server on the internet like this page. This means that whatever problems you are experiencing, there is a good change that you will be able to find the default admin password here and fix them without having to find outside help