10.10 0.1 is the default IP Address for accessing the Admin Panel, which is a private IP Address used by router manufacturers. It belongs to the Class A of private IP addresses, and you can use it to access the login page for your private router control panel, just like any other reserved private IP address.
How do I access 10.10.0.1?
You may access 10.10 0.1 from any web browser with ease. Simply ensure that your device’s default gateway address is 10.10.0.1 and that it is connected to the network. You’ll also want to check sure the network doesn’t have any IP conflicts. After that, you can login to the router’s control panel using 10.0.0.1 by following this brief guide.
To begin, open a web browser. (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)
Type http://10.10.0.1 or 10.10.0.1 into the URL bar to get to 10.10.0.1.
On the screen, a login page with fields for username and password will appear.
To log in, use the default login username and password.
You will be logged into the Router’s Admin Panel once you key in your login credentials and click Log In.
You can adjust many options from there, such as Wi-Fi settings, LAN and WAN settings, username and password, and so on.
If you can’t get into the Admin Panel through 10.10.0.1, it’s possible that:
You typed the IP Address incorrectly. You may have typed “O” instead of “0,” preventing your browser from accessing the Admin Panel.
Your browser is unable to complete your request because you have added an extra digit or dot.
Your device’s default IP address may be something different than 10.10 0.1, such as 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1.
You are not using an Ethernet cable to connect to the network. Use an Ethernet cable to connect to the router.