On Networks is a widely used and extremely famous router brand responsible for manufacture and produce of a variety of routers used for various purposes ranging from any household Wi-Fi equipment to office area network. A On Networks router is a widely used hardware component which can be used along with a personal computer hooked on an internet connection. A router basically functions as a device that spread a a single network over a large area where each and every device functions as a part of the entire network. The On Networks router handles exchange of packets of data and information in between all the various devices connected wirelessly to it. Essentially a On Networks router can be used to convert a single network source like an Ethernet cable into a Local Area Network (LAN).
In case you are already equipped with a On Networks router, you can access the gateway admin login page for any configurations or a change in settings required in order to smoothen and enhance your network surfing experience. Follow the instructions given below to enter your administrative panel and have full access to control over your own network.
You can pick the right IP Address of On Networks from the list below and click on Admin button. If you choose right, You will be redirected to your On Networks Router Login Admin Interface.
In order to enter your admin web page, you would first need to hook up to a mother device, locate and reach your On Networks router gateway page and login using the default username and password provided. Follow the steps given below and you are good to go:
You will need any device, be it a personal computer, a Laptop, a tablet or even a smart phone to act as the mother device connected to the On Networks router to enter the admin panel. This device is known as the mother device that is the first device connected via the On Networks router to the internet and has access to all its internal modifications.
The mother device can be connected to the router by two means, namely wirelessly or through a wired connection.
Now that you have successfully connected your mother device, you are all set to move on to the next step.
Now that you have your mother box device successfully connected, your next step would be to enter the admin login of On Networks webpage.
After successfully entering the admin login page, you will be asked with an SSID or username and a password. The default username and password are generally something along the lines of 'admin' 'password' 'root' or sometimes it is just left blank entirely.
In order to find out your router’s default username and password, check the backside of the On Networks router body, or, the packaging it came it since it is usually always present there. If you still cannot find it, try a quick web search along with the model name of your On Networks router. This will give you your username and password. On entering the correct SSID and password, the admin page will open up. Now you easily change or regulate all your network settings.
One of the first things you should attempt after a successful log in is to change your login password. Since the default login password and username is easily and readily available to anyone with access to the On Networks router directly ar anyone who knows the router model and brand name, it is very easy for any foreign unwanted personnel to infiltrate into your home router network and either make changes to its settings or to arbitrarily change the password of your On Networks router, barring your access to your own network.
To avoid this, immediately after a successful login, you need to change the default password into something difficult to crack, including capital cases and special characters. Follow the steps given below in order to change the password to your On Networks router login:
Always try to remember the password you have provided. Also, do not forget to select Enable Password Recovery option, in case if you do forget it later, you can easily re-obtain it.
|MODEL NAME||USERNAME / PASSWORD||IP ADDRESS|
|N150R||admin / admin||192.168.1.1|
|N300R||admin / admin||192.168.1.1|
|(Netgear) N150R||admin / admin||192.168.1.1|
|(Netgear) N300R||admin / admin||192.168.1.1|
In case you find yourself facing some difficulties down the line pertaining to your router admin login, some crucial and very common recovery procedures have been listed below to be of your assistance.
If by any case you forget your admin log in password, you can easily regain the access to your gateway panel by following the steps given below:
Restoring your On Networks router to the factory settings is a kind of last moment resort. In cases such as hacking, forceful change of user name and password or if you cannot get the security questions right, you would need to restore your On Networks router. Follow the given steps in order to restore your On Networks router to the way it used to be when you first bought it.
In case you are still facing some problem, make sure:
If the above steps have still been unable to be of your assistance, contact your internet service provider (ISP) or Router Company to receive immediate professional and technical support.
Resetting a router in the final procedure in case all else has failed. In extremely dire cases such as when the user name and login password of your router has been changed along with the security questions by an outside source without your knowledge or permission. In such cases, no amount of troubleshooting is helpful for your On Networks router. But, resetting the router will completely remove any and all changes and personalization you have ever made on your router and bring it back to its factory settings. In other words, it will return to the way it was when you first bought it from the market.
Before beginning the reset procedure, it should be made sure that all other troubleshooting options like rebooting and password update are not working and it is necessary to undergo the reset procedure. The On Networks router reset procedure is a little complicated. So, you must follow the steps and instructions given bellow exactly as written because if you do not follow the procedure, no matter how much or how many times you press the reset button, it will not make any change.
The reset button is usually hidden inconspicuously so as to prevent people from pressing the reset button involuntarily .It can be concealed inside a hole or some may also have the reset button stick out. In certain rare models, the WPS button can also serve as a reset button in disguise. In some cases like concealed in a hole, you may not be able to reach it directly and may require the aid of some sharp object like a pin to press the button.
Ensuring that the On Networks router remains powered on, that is, the On Networks router has current supply and is turned on, press the reset button and keep holding for 30 seconds. Without leaving the button, turn off the power supply and keep holding the reset button for 30 more seconds. After that is complete, keep pressing the reset button while you turn the power supply back on.
Since the router has been returned to its factory settings, it is always advisable to change the password so that others cannot access and hamper your network settings. You can also configure secondary modifications like security measures and child settings to keep your network the way you are comfortable with. If you want to keep the factory settings you can obviously skip this step but it always recommended to improve security, privacy and protection.
Now, your On Networks router will begin its reset procedure. This is known as the 30-30-30 router reset method.
A router is a rectangular shaped piece of network hardware with usually comes with two or more antenna like projections. Various companies like On Networks, TP-Link, D-Link, Asus etc. are some of the most widely known and used router brands. In its basic sense, a router essentially connects a local area network to the internet. Now a days, the transport of information across the internet usually occurs from router to router, until it finally reaches its intended destination.
A On Networks router acts as the centre of the network that oversees and regulates the exchange and transport of data from one system to another. Data usually travels in the form of small packets and the router determines from where a packet originates and its intended destination.
Usually, the most common places where we can see routers are residential and small office networks. The Local Area Network formed by a router that is connected wirelessly is usually known as a Wi-Fi. This has led to a common misconception of the terms Wi-Fi and router. A Wi-Fi thus refers to a common connection to the internet, but obviously, a stable network connection has to be already active for a Wi-Fi to exist. A On Networks router on the other hand has direct connection to the internet, usually via an Ethernet or fibre optic cable and allows other devices to connect through it to the internet, thus giving rise to a Wi-Fi network. For a basic internet package the cost lies around about 50 to 100 dollars a month. Some packages come even cheaper than that. This coupled with factors like presence of internet service providers in even the most remote locations and the high availability of cheap routers owing to online marketing has transformed router based Wi-Fi networks from a novelty feature of high end businesses and offices to a household every day necessity. This popularity and easy availability has helped spread stable internet connection to almost any corner of the world and routers have played an integral role in it.
On Networks produce and manufacture powerful and robust routers which are made with high end equipments to provide the user the best service at the lowest possible cost. On Networks Routers are known to be easily hackable and anyone can enter unnoticed if proper security measures are not followed. This is why it is always a good idea to update your pass word regularly and never leaving any firmware or antivirus update patches pending because these greatly aid in solidifying the security, privacy and authenticity of any home based network systems and protect the member devices from uninvited guests.