Complete Detail About How to Login 10.0.0.0.1 IP Address
10.0.0.0.1 is the default IP Address to Login Admin Panel
10.0.0.1 is the default IP address to login admin panel of an Xfinity Comcast Router. People sometimes type it as 10.0.0.0.1, which returns with an invalid webpage or some error message.
10.0.0.0.1 Xfinity Comcast belongs to the private class of the IP addresses, and we use it to access the Admin Panel of the Router. This IP is the default IP of this router used for Xfinity Comcast Router Login, and we use this IP to change the router settings, such as wifi Password, Name (SSID), you need to login to the Admin Panel.
How to Login into this?
You can log in to 10.0.0.1 using the default username & password and access the router's settings. Logging in isn't a very complicated process, and you need to be connected to the router to access the settings. Follow this below-given section to get a complete guide to Xfinity Comcast Router Login 10.0.0.0.1.
Open your preferred web browser to login into your router.
In the address bar, type http://10.0.0.1 or 10.0.0.1. Do not use this IP 10.0.0.0.1 because such IP address doesn't exist.
Your router's login page will appear. You need to enter the default username and password that you have for this particular router.
Pro Tip: Do not use your wifi username and password because it is not the same as your wifi network username and password. If you haven't changed it earlier, the default is:
(If the login credentials didn't work, check our list of default router passwords in the below-given link)
If you enter the correct provided username and password, you will be logged in to the Admin Panel of your router.
Note: After logging in to your router settings page for the first time, We recommend to change your default password for security reasons. Leaving your wireless network unprotected can let other people access your network and can get sensitive information such as your Pictures, Login Passwords, Banking information, and your credit card numbers as well.
We suggest setting up a strong password containing at least eight characters, contain numerical digits with both Capital and lower case letters and use at least one special character such as! @ # $ ?.
Unable to access 10.0.0.1 or 10.0.0.0.1?
If you are having issues to access 10.0.0.1, then it reasons could be:
The default gateway address of your router or device is other than 10.0.0.1, due to which the browser cannot locate the Admin Panel at 10.0.0.1. Find the correct gateway address and try again.
You are not typing the correct IP address in the URL bar of the browser. Sometimes, users may type www.10.0.0.1.com, but you need to add HTTPS:// at the beginning. Mistake "0" (zero) for "O" or 10.0.0.0.1, which is an invalid address as a gateway IP address. Contain four decimal numbers represented in dot-decimal notation, and here it is of five values due to which you are having trouble accessing the Admin Panel.
Performing a restart of your WiFi network and router is the most common way of fixing it. Wait a few minutes before reconnecting to your network.
Ensure you can browse other websites; you may encounter such an issue in case of network outages from your ISP during peak hours.
Your browser stores cache and cookies locally in your device; try removing them.
In case some misconfiguration occurred in your previous session, you may perform reset your gateway to its factory default settings. To reset your router configuration to its default settings, unplug your router power and press and hold the "reset" (small) button at the back of it for about 10 seconds. Once the lights at the front of the router start blinking, the modem has reset successfully.
Note: Factory reset could be your last option if all previous methods didn't work as this is not the same as "restart" because this will revert all your manual settings such as your SSID (network name), password, guest networks, MAC filtration.
Any device connected to the WiFi (laptop, mobile, TV) will get disconnected during this period. If you are using Xfinity Voice, you will not make or receive any calls, including emergency calls, until the gateway is back online.