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Definitions of 192.168.1.1
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The default IP address used to connect to manybrands of router to set them up. It can be used from a webbrowser in the URL (http://192.168.1.1). This URL, andthe necessary default login details, are often printed on therouter. The same address may also be accessible via atelnet command line interface.This is a private address that is only visible whenconnected directly to the router, i.e. it will not be routedby other network hardware.i19216811.com (http://www.i19216811.com/).
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