19 126.96.36.199 is a private IP address. This is the default setting for some of the home broadband routers, which are usually sold outside of the United States. If the router has an IP address of 19, it is often assigned to different devices within the home network. 188.8.131.52. As a private IP address, 184.108.40.206.2 is not required to be unique on the Internet, but only in the local network
Although these IP addresses have been set by default for some routers by the creators, each router or computer on the local network can be set to use 192.168.1.2.
How private IP addresses work
Personal private IP addresses have no special meaning or value. He is named as "private" by the Internet Assen Number Number Authority (IAAA), a global organization that manages IP addresses. Private IP addresses are used only on private networks and can not be obtained from the Internet, but can be accessed only by devices on private networks. For this reason, modems and routers can work smoothly with the same default private IP address. To access the router through the Internet, you must use the router's public IP address.
The INA-Reserved Address Limit for Use in Private Networks is in the range of 10.0.x.x, 172.16.x.x and 192.168.x.x.
Use 192.168.1.2 to connect to the router
If the router on the local network uses 192.168.1.2, you can log in to your administrative console by typing your IP address in the URL bar of your web browser:
The router then asks for an admin username and password. All routers are configured by the manufacturer with the default username and password. The most common default username is "admin", "1234" or none. Similarly, the most commonly used password for "user" is "admin", "1234" or none. The default combination of username and password is usually displayed below the router.
Generally, access to the router's administration console is not required, but it can be useful if you have connection problems.
19 220.127.116.11 Why is it normal?
Routers and access points manufacturers should use the IP address in the private category. Initially, mainstream broadband routers such as links and Netgear 191.168.1.x are selected as their standard. Although this private category technically starts at 19.2168.0.0, most people believe that there is a number order in place of zero, the address of home network of 19681.1.1 is bound. Make the most logical decisions for the beginning.
This is the first address assigned to the router. Then each address is given in each network. IP19 18.104.22.168 The most common initial organization was built this way.
Network device does not receive better performance or security than its IP address, even if it is 19.068.1.2, 19 22.214.171.124, or any other personal address.
192.168.1.2 on the device
In most networks, private IP addresses are assigned using dynamically DHCP. This means that the IP address of the device can be changed or assigned to another device. Manually assigning this address (a process known as "fixed" or "static" address assignment) is also possible, but the network router can not be configured correctly due to connection issues.
How IP Assignment Works:
Each local router that uses DHCP is configured with a set of private addresses that it can assign to customers.
With its local default address on the home router with 19,126.96.36.199, the default set of client addresses is between 19188.8.131.52 and 19216,1254. Most routers assign IP addresses to the network device from the beginning of the border. Therefore, the IP address on your network is rarely displayed in the upper category.
Routers generally do not ensure that 19 2168.1.2 (or any other address in this category) is not manually assigned before sending the client. This IP address can lead to disputes where two devices try to use the same IP address on the same local network.
An IP address conflict prevents the network communication of both devices.
For this reason, it is generally recommended that you control the IP address assignment by your router in your home network.