Login to Router Admin Panel of 192.168.0.2
Just type 192.168.0.2 address in your browse search bar (not in google search)
Username : admin
Pro tip: Click the above button to login to router directly
Accessing your router’s settings can be confusing, especially if you’re not familiar with networking terminology In this article, we will guide you through the process of logging in to your router with 192.168.0.2 IP address.
How to Access Your Router’s Admin Page if 192.168.0.2 is Your Default Gateway
The procedure is the same no matter what the default gateway address is. Just type in this address in your browser
then enter the correct username and password and you will access the administrative (or configuration) page. Once you are there, you can start adjusting your router and network settings.
You can define your DHCP pool, set the scope of available IP addresses, manage your wireless connection (set SSID and wireless passphrase), choose different security settings, block URLs or MAC addresses (if you want to block some website or prevent some devices from using your connection), change firewall rules, etc.
192.168.0.2 as a Client’s IP Address
It’s much more likely to have this address assigned to some of your devices than to have it as your default gateway.
Most of the home routers are at the same time DHCP servers and they are set (by default) to assign IP addresses dynamically to devices using the same network.
So, in case you are using some 192.168.0.1 router and the scope of available IP address spans from 192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.254, the first device that gets connected to a network gets this address assigned to it.
When it disconnects this address becomes available again and the next device that gets connected gets it.
Resolving IP Conflicts
If you have some device (printer, for example) that uses 192.168.0.2 as a default IP address and you don’t make a reservation in DHCP settings, DHCP server will assign this address to the first device that gets connected to the network and there will be two devices using the same IP address.
This phenomenon is known as an IP conflict and it could cause a bunch of problems. Your printer and your computer (or any other device) won’t be able to work properly.
In order to avoid this issue, you will have to make a reservation of this address in DHCP settings or to assign a different IP address to your printer (preferably an IP address from the end of the scope of available addresses).