There are many default login IPs which are reserved for modems or wireless routers, one such IP is 192.168.0.50. This IP address is mostly used by modem brands like HP, DLink, or D-Link. If you type this URL in the address bar of any browser when connected to your local modem, either through cable or wirelessly, then you will be able to access the admin panel of your modem and change any of the settings.
There are a bunch of other IP addresses which are used to access the wireless range extend controller or access point, some the common ones are: 192.168.1.1, 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.2.1. These are standard IPs and named as Default Gateway IP.
Usually, people using their modems do not need to know its IP address since it is mostly used by technicians to configure its settings. But sometimes you may need to access your modem to change its SSID (the Wi-Fi network name), the password for Wi-Fi, or exercise some parental control. In such cases, you can use this standard factory default address to view the navigation panel where you can do things like change router settings, check and manage data traffic, see statistics, etc.
How to access 192.168.0.50 Login Page?
The below-mentioned steps should be followed in order to access the admin panel:
- Before you begin, make sure that your router is working properly and your device is connected to the router. For those using a Wi-Fi (wireless) connection, you would need to make sure that Wi-FI is working properly and is accessible.
- From any of your devices (smartphones, PC, tablets, etc) open any browser (Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, etc.) and type http:// 192.168.0.50 in the address bar. Be careful with the IP address and double-check to ensure you are not making any one of these common mistakes people make like 192.168.50., 192.168.50, 192.168 50, or 192.168.l.50, as they will not work
- Once you have entered the right URL, you would be greeted by the login page for 192.168.0.50. In most cases, the login is “admin” and the password is left blank. But if you are unable to connect using the default ID and password, take a look at some of the commonly used Login ID, password combination in the table below.
- After successfully logging in it is a good idea to take a backup of your current settings so that in case you enter any of the settings incorrectly then you can always fall back on the previous settings which worked for you.
192.168.0.50 Login Troubleshooting
There are a few things you can do in case you have trouble accessing the login page of your router:
- The first thing you must do is check if there is any connectivity issue. It is possible that either your Ethernet cable isn’t connected properly or your Wi-Fi connection is not functioning as it should. You can do a quick check of the cables, remove and plug them back in. Also, switch off the router, and after waiting for 10 seconds or more switch it back on. In case all these fail to rectify your problem then either there is a technical issue or the below reason may help you with it.
- Sometimes a different combination of username and password might be required to work with your router, below is a list of commonly used login id and passwords which you could try
List of the commonly used default user name and password
Some of the Router models that use 192.168.0.50 as their default IP
- D-Link DWL-7200AP :– default user name/password –> admin/(blank)
- D-Link DAP-1150 : – default user name/password –> admin/(blank)
- D-Link DWL-AG700AP :– default user name/password–>– admin/(blank)
- DD-Link DAP-1665 rev A1 :– default user name/password –> Admin/(blank)
- D-Link DWL-7000AP :– default user name/password –> admin/(blank)
192.168.0.50 is the default IP address of most D-Link routers. It is a special IP address that lets you access the admin panel of your router to change settings or exercise parental control. This IP along with many other IP addresses like 192.168.0.20, 192.168.0.4, 192.168.0.16, etc. have been accepted worldwide standard for router IP addresses. In technical jargon, it is called “Default Gateway IP”