10.0.0.2

10.0.0.2 is an IP address used by businesses inside their private network. Business based routers keep the main IP such as 10.0.0.0.1 as the default gateway and assign 10.0.0.2 as subnet for clients. This IP address is the default gateway for some brands such as D-Link, Siemens, Edimax, Micronet. It is used as the default gateway for modems, routers and in many IOT devices such as smart speakers, Raspberry Pi, webcams, printers etc.

10.0.0.2 Admin Login

Follow these steps to login your router with a 10.0.0.2 IP address:

  1. Connect router cable to your computer or you can also use a wireless network. Double-check the device that you wish work on is connected to the Wi-Fi. It’s a good idea to use a wired connection while making any changes. This avoids the risk of suddenly being logged off when you click the Save button.
  2. Open your web browser and type the router’s IP address in the address bar. You can find it on the back of your router packaging. If the address fails, you’ll need to grab your router manual. The IP listed as Default Gateway is the correct one.
  3. It’s time to enter the default username and password of your router by accessing the admin panel. You can try the login credentials given below. The default values for admin are: root, user, admin
  4. If none of the above are successful, type your router’s name into your browser to locate the default login username and password you need. You should be directed to the models’ configuration page where the network and the router settings can be managed.

I Can’t Connect to 10.0.0.2

You may face some unwanted issues when you enter the wrong username and password. Entering the correct login credentials can resolve the problems. There can also be many other problems.

You may also get an error message while trying to login into the router admin page. This occurs if your router is a combination of a modem with a router and if the IP segment is same of both, then the router will set its address to 10.0 0.2. Due to the conflict of IP address, you may face issues while logging in.

Troubleshooting

If you can’t log in to your router, then you are probably entering the wrong username or password. Also, remember to make a note of both after you’ve changed them.

  • Try hard resetting your router login. To do this, press and hold the small black button found at the back your router for around 10 seconds. This will reset your router to the factory settings.
  • Router login page not loading? If the login page is not loading, make sure the device you are using is connected to the Wi-Fi. You will also need to check if the wrong router IP address is set as the default one.
  • Sometimes pages, may have issues loading, or problems with speed. In this case, your network is probably using a different IP address. If this occurs, consult our IP address router list, and locate the right address. If you need any help, check out our tutorial on how to find your router’s IP address.