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Accessing the router. Once you have determined the IP address of the router you want to access, open an Internet browser window and in the address bar, type the IP address. So, if your IP address was 192.168.2.1 enter "192.168.2.1" in the address bar. If accessible, you should be prompted for a username and password.
The router can stop responding due to a security-related problem, such as a worm or virus. This is especially likely to be the cause if there have not been recent changes to the network, such as a router IOS upgrade.
192.168.1.100 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.
Accessing the Router's Settings (Windows and Mac) Open a web browser. To access your router's settings, you'll need to go online. Enter your router's address. Type the router's address into your browser's address bar and press ↵ Enter. Enter your router's username and password if prompted.