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Each router manufacturer uses different default addresses so check your specific router manufacturer’s website for details on which one your router may be using.
Many routers use 192.168.1.1 as this address but it does vary.
Usually, your router manufacturer will provide firmware updates for your specific make and model of router, via their website, or via a tool within the administrative console of your router (typically accessible via a web browser).
There are many reasons you may want to consider updating your router’s firmware, here are several of them.
Here are some common default addresses fro some of the more popular wireless router brands.
After you enter the IP address of your router in your browser's address bar, you will likely be prompted for the administrator name (typically “admin” or “administrator”) and the default administrator password.
This IP address is almost always a Private IP address which is usually accessed from inside your home network.
Usually, there is a dedicated firmware upgrade section within the router administration site.
If you don’t update your firmware then you won’t be able to take advantage of any speed boosting upgrades that your router manufacturer might release in an update.
Every router is different, but usually, they have a similar process for upgrading the router’s firmware.
It may be located under the Router Setup page, the "About This Router" page, or perhaps under a “Maintenance” or "Firmware Update" heading.
Newer routers will likely make it very easy to download and install the firmware directly from within the router administrative console.
If possible, scan the file for malware before performing the firmware upgrade.