Have you heard of IP routing? Let me explain. It is a process of sending information, operating from one host system to another. This information is sent in the form of “packets”. Now, what are packets? These are small bits of data sent across networks to help computers communicate. Our today’s list is “192.168.62.1”. The information further divides into bytes(tiny size), and the IP address helps in locating this information to the correct destination. So, you can receive as well as send data through the host.
How do the Types of Protocol Help in the IP address, 192.168.62.1?
There are two types of protocols, namely- transmission control protocol (TCP) and Internet protocol (IP). Moreover, these protocols hold your information in micro size and make it possible for you to surf the net. Besides, a packet can hold up to 1000 to 1500 bytes at a time. Then imagine the number of information we will be sending online.
“Packets” are just one of the names given to the data. The other titles include frame, block, fragments, and cells. The packets synchronize with the router to establish a secure connection. Moreover, the protocol decides which pack can carry out the task first. The origin and the destinations are fixed continuously by the IP addresses. Also, these packets carry loads and loads of information in binary codes for the computer to understand.
Furthermore, the packets classify themselves into “payload” and “trailer”. These are mostly unfamiliar but play a vital role in exchanging data.
Now, how to make the data communicate? It would be best if you had an internet connection. For that, you need to connect your IP address “192.168.62.1” to the router to establish a secure connection.
Configuration And Routing
Different devices follow their set of instructions depending upon their processors.
For Windows users
The IP address “192.168.62.1” is the default gateway that paves the way for any internet connection. I’d say using a command prompt will give you a comfortable experience.
- open command prompt and type “ipconfig” and tap enter.
- You’ll find the gateway address right below.
- Enter it on the internet part of the settings section.
If you prefer checking your settings for the gateway address, then read below:
- open “control panel“
- tap on “view network and status”
- click “ethernet”
- look for details
- you’ll find “Ipv4 Default gateway-1.**.*.**.1”
- copy it and press close.
- Enter it in the “LAN setting” to establish a network connection.
For Mac users
If you’re a Mac OS user, then this is for you-
- Press on the “Apple” menu bar.
- Choose “System preferences'”
- Click on the “network” option.
- Select your preferred type of connection( WIFI /WIRED)
- Press the “Advanced” option.
- Copy the IP address “192.168.62.1”
- choose “TCP/IP” from the list of menu bars.
- copy, paste it in the “LAN SETTING” to get your internet connection.
Connect Your Router’s IP To Your iPhone/iPad
Follow the next few steps to connect your router’s IP to your iPhone/iPad
- Go to “settings”
- Click “wifi” ( rename if you want),
- go to the “DHCP” part
- you can find your IP address to be 192.168.62.1 as well as your router’s address.
- Try configuring it and get your connection.
If you still don’t get it right, then follow the last few steps
- Open your browser, type the URL “http://192.168.62.1”.
- Enter your credentials, login, and change the advanced settings.
- Go to security and click on the “enable” option and save it.
- Your IP address will get automatically connected to the router.
Also, make sure you switch on your router and enter your IP address “192.168.62.1” using the gateway path. It makes sure that a secure connection establishes between the router and the IP. Thus, helping you to retrieve your information at the right time and from the right host.
I hope the critical part is clear and understandable. I’ve explained one of the ways here, but you can find many other ways too. Thus, giving you an abstract idea to use 192.168.62.1 and connect it to the router.
Seth Myers is a 26-year-old hardware expert who enjoys badminton, cycling and watching television. He is kind and fun, but can also be very hardworking and a bit lazy. In his free time he loves binge-watching boxed sets.