192.168.29.1 is an IP address used as the default gateway address to access the admin interface of routers and modems at http://192.168.29.1/. Through 192.168.29.1, you can access the admin panel of the router in order to make changes to the settings of both the router and wireless network.
How to login to 192.168.29.1?
Follow these steps below to login into the router admin web interface through 192.168.29.1:
- Open a web browser of your choice on the PC that is connected to the router.
- In the address bar, type the default gateway address or default IP address: http://192.168.29.1, and press Enter.
- You will land on the login screen of the router web interface. Here you will be required to enter the login username and password in order to continue to the next page.
- The default login username and password for each router varies. You can find the default login username and password printed on a label at the back/side of the router or on the manual guide or box of the router.
- Enter the login username and password and click on Login.
- Given that the login credentials are correct, you will be logged in to the admin web interface of your wireless router. From here, you can manage the settings of each section.
To be able to login into the router admin web interface, there are two things that you need to make sure of. The first is that the default IP address of your wireless router is 192.168.29.1. If it is other than 192.168.29.1 then you won’t be able to access the router admin web interface through this IP address, instead, you will have to use the default IP address of your router.
The second is to make sure that your PC is connected to the router when you are trying to access the router admin web interface. If the PC is not connected to the router then you won’t be able to access this webpage.
How to find the default IP address of the router?
To access the router admin interface, you need to know the default IP address of the router. The default IP addresses of the routers are pre-configured and land you directly onto the router admin interface. Any IP other than the default IP address won’t do the job for you. The default IP address of every router varies, both on the router model and the router manufacturer.
Finding the default IP address is simple and takes just a few moments. Here is how you can find the default IP address of the router that you’re connected to:
- Open the Command Prompt window from the Start menu or simply by pressing Win + R, typing cmd in the search box, and pressing Enter.
- Once the Command Prompt window opens, type ipconfig.
- The command prompt will execute the command.
- Different IP addresses will show up. You can find the default IP address of the router next to the Default Gateway.
- Open the Terminal window by going to Applications > Utilities > Terminal or by searching Terminal in Spotlight search.
- Once the Terminal window opens up, type the following command: ipconfig getifaddr en0 and press Enter.
- The default IP address of the router will now show up.