In network world, the network address of devices are respresented by X.X.X.X, where X can be digit from 0 - 255, this is called IP address. In this case, the ip address is the management portal address of your router or ADSL modem. It is a build-in web-based software developed by provider which used to control the hardware of the router or ADSL modem. With that portal, users can change necessary settings and configure new settings to suit your needs.
By entering http://192.168.0.1 in your browser, you will have full authorization on your router or modem. After logon to your management portal, you can change the settings and configure your router which the portal provides. For example, you can change Security Options, Network Management, Wifi SSID, IP QoS, DNS, proxy, LAN, WAN, WLAN settings, DSL, ADSL, MAC, WPS. You can manage your internet easily in the workplace, at school, at home, cafes and wherever you are since the management portal is accessed by network, therefore you have to take more care in security settings.
You can type or copy and paste the following address http://192.168.0.1 to your browser. To simplify, click the below link to reach the management portal of your router.
Click Here http://192.168.0.1
If you enter the IP address successfully into your browser, it will ask you for username and password.
What I can do if I lost my router's or modem's username and password?
The only way is to reset your router or modem to factory settings, the password will reset to default as well. You can find a small reset button on the back of every kind of router or modem devices. When your device is powered on and working, use a pen, needle or toothpick to hold on the reset button for 20 seconds. This will turn your device back to factory settings. In this process, however, your internet connection will break because your existing Internet settings to be reset. Note: If you do not have enough information, it is recommended you seek help from a person who has that kind of knowledge.