192.168.l5.1 is one of the common DNS Server IP addresses which the routers use as an access point. These servers act as a layer of abstraction for translation between hostname and IP addresses. In the case of routers, these are also where the settings are set-up. With these settings, one can manage security, WPS block, MAC, WLAN settings and various others.
How can you access these settings?
- Make Sure your device is connected to the Router (either on WLAN or LAN).
- Enter 192.168.l5.1 in your Browser’s address bar and click Go.
- If you see an error or the address keeps on loading, your network might be using another address. Check the address and use it instead of 192.168.l5.1
- Log in with your Admin (or Username) and password in the ADSL Router Login Window.
- In case you have not changed the password or Username, they are the default given in the documentation that comes with the router.
- In case you have changed the password and/or Username and forgotten it, you can press the reset button (a little pushbutton in a cavity below or on the back-side of the router) for about 15 seconds. You would need a pin, a pencil lead or any other thin item to reach to this button. Once the reset is complete, you will be able to use the default Username and Password.
- A successful login leads to the admin portal where you can modify settings.
The administrator should be conscious of these settings if he desires to exploit the complete functionality of a router and establish ethical control over the users of his network.
If problems in login window arise for Mac users:
- Click on the apple icon and choose “System Preferences” from the drop-down menu.
- In the dialog box that appears, click on “Network”.
- You’ll find your router’s IP address in front of “Router:”. Make sure to make a note of it.
- Now type the same IP address in the address bar of your web browser to get the login dialog box to open.
You are only left to enter router username and password. The default username being admin and the password being password. Both the username and password are case-sensitive.