What restrictions do I face when using 192.168.2.1
As 192.168.2.1 is a private IPv4 network address, you can’t use it to link to a router from outside your home network. For that purpose, you have to use the router’s public IP address. If you need to set up two routers on your home network simultaneously, these have to be set up with different addresses. To confirm the address a local router is using, you can look up the default gateway set on a device currently connected to it. Alternatively check out our tutorial on how to check your router’s IP address.
How can I change the address 192.168.2.1?
You can configure and customize your router’s specifications (IP, passwords…) within the Admin Console. The Administrator Console of a router provides options to change the default local address along with other IP settings.
How can I reach 192.168.2.1?
In order to access the administration panel of your modem, you need type http://192.168.2.1 manually on the address bar of the browser or duplicate the IP. In case you use the wrong password, you need to reset the device. This can be done by pressing the reset button at the back of your device for a while, for more info about this last point click here.