10.0.0.0.1 Xfinity Comcast Router Login Address Not Working
Are you looking to configure settings like Wi-Fi passwords for your network? If yes, then we need to log into the router’s web interface. Keep in mind that while trying to log into Http //10.0.0.0.1 on your Xfinity router, your web browser may show that the connection has timed out or you can’t access this page or the wrong admin password, etc. If that is the case, then you can try the following solutions to fix the problem.
10.0.0.0.1 Xfinity Comcast Router Login
You are most likely to encounter a couple of situations where you cannot log into 10.0.0.0.1 Xfinity or Comcast router: can’t reach this page error, the page returns 404 connection timeout, or you may see the login form, but you can’t log into it. Both situations will be discussed here in this blog, along with their solutions.
Check the IP of the actual default gateway.
If the 10.0.0.0.1 login gives a connection timeout error, then it may signify that the IP address doesn’t exist. It’s better if you kept in mind that 10.0.0.0.1 might not always be the gateway for Xfinity or Comcast routers. If you are not an Xfinity router user, the network gateway IP will be different, such as 10.1.1.1, 10.1.10.1, 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.1.1, etc. Well, you’d better determine the correct IP address for your network. Here we’ll explain to you how to perform it.
- If you are using a Windows computer, then go to Settings application by pressing the Win + I keys.
- Select Network and Internet.
- Click the option that says, ‘Change adapter options.’
- All your network adapters are going to be listed here.
- Choose the network adapter that you currently use for connecting to your router.
- Right-click on that option followed by selecting Status
- Click the ‘Details’ button in the ‘Status’ Window.
- Look for the default gateway IPv4 property, and that will be your gateway IP.
- Suppose you are using a previous Windows version and don’t know how to reach the network adapters window. Here you need to do is open the command prompt to find the current default gateway for your router. Launch command prompt on the computer and run as admin. You need to enter ‘ipconfig/all’ in the command prompt.
Find the ‘Default Gateway’ property, which can be done by going to the primary network adapter. That will be your network’s default IP gateway, which is also the address of your Xfinity or Comcast router.
If you see a gateway IP other than 10.0.0.0.1, then that is because you were logging into the wrong gateway all this time. You need to enter the new and correct gateway into the web browser’s address bar to open the router’s web interface.
Restart your router
After verifying the default gateway, you find out that the correct gateway is other than 10.0.0.0.1 and your router was working on a wrong default gateway. The reason behind it could be traffic congestion, which made your router unresponsive and unreachable.
Try restarting your router by turning off its power supply for a few seconds, followed by turning the router back on. After that, you will need to log into 10.0.0.0.1 on your Xfinity Comcast router to see if is it working?.
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