Uncategorized Apr29 192.168.1.250 Not Working 192.168.1.250 Not Working You are setting up the Netgear WiFi range extender for the first time, or you want to see the WiFi password, you need to access the extender login page. 192.168.1.250 is the official IP address to access the Netgear extender’s admin panel. But sometimes, users encounter issues while accessing the admin panel, like 126.96.36.199.250 is not working, can’t access 192.168.1.250 admin panel, 192.168.1.250 not loading, and so on. In that situation, you need to check the internet connection or location of the extender. Can’t reach 192.168.1.250 login page error- Possible reasons Before moving forward with the troubleshooting steps, you should know why you can’t reach 192.168.1.250 login page issues. Following are the main reasons: Hardware connection issue. Incorrect IP address. Incorrect username and password. The issue with the extender. Weak or poor internet connection. Wrong location of the extender. Cache or cookies in the browser’s database. Troubleshooting 192.168.1.250 errors 192.168.1.250 is the official IP gateway to access the Netgear WiFi range extender’s login page. But if you are facing any issues while accessing the 192.168.1.250 admin page, then follow the below-mentioned troubleshooting tricks to fix the issues. Fix 1: Check the hardware connection First and foremost, check all the network or ethernet cables and make sure that all the cables are inserted correctly. Ensure that the extender is receiving an uninterrupted power supply. Unplug the extender and plug it into a new power socket. If any cable is worn out or damaged, then replace it immediately. Fix 2: Reboot the extender and router Sometimes, simply restarting the network can fix the 192.168.1.250, not working issues. To restart the network, Disconnect all the devices from the extender and turn it off. Now, turn off the router and wait for a couple of seconds. After a few seconds, connect the router to the wall socket and turn it on. Then, turn on the extender and connect the devices to the extender’s network. After that, try to access the 192.168.1.250 admin page with default login credentials. If you can’t access the 192.168.1.250 admin panel, then proceed with the following method. Fix 3: Use the correct IP address Use the correct IP address to access the extender admin page. Cross-check while entering the IP address in the address bar of the web browser. The following examples are incorrect and won’t work: 192.168.1.250.com www.192.168.1.250. www.192.168.1.250.com. 192.168.1.250.o. Ensure that you are entering the default IP address in the URL bar of the web browser, not in the search bar. Fix 4: Use the correct username and password Enter the correct username and password to log in to the extender’s admin console. Check the default login credentials underneath the router or refer to the user manual. If you have changed the extender login password, then use the new password to access the login page. Fix 5: Update the web browser Use the updated version of the web browser to access the 192.168.1.250 extender login page because the outdated extender version can cause 192.168.1.250 errors. Also, remove the cache memory, browsing history, junk files, or cookies before accessing the 192.168.1.250 admin login page. Fix 6: Disable the antivirus and firewall security Firewall security or antivirus software can cause the can’t reach 192.168.1.250 login page error. Therefore, temporarily disable the firewall security or antivirus software and try to access the 192.168.1.250 admin login page. Fix 7: Follow the correct login steps to access the extender login page If you follow the incorrect login steps to access the Netgear extender login page, then you can face the can’t reach 192.168.1.250 login page issues. Therefore, follow the correct login steps to access the 192.168.1.250 extender login page: Plug your Netgear extender into the wall socket and power it on. Now, connect the extender to the router through an ethernet cable. Take another cable to connect the computer to the Netgear WiFi range extender. Open a web browser on your device and enter 192.168.1.250 in the URL bar of the web browser. Note: If you can’t access the login page with IP address, type mywifiext.net in the URL bar and press the enter key. On the login window, enter your default login user ID and password in the given field. Ensure that you are entering the correct login credentials. Tap on the login button to open the setup page. Change the settings as per your requirements. Don’t forget to save the settings. Fix 9: Update extender firmware Use the updated version of extender firmware to access the 192.1168.1.250 extender login page. If you are using the outdated extender firmware, then you can’t access the 192.168.1.250 admin panel. Follow the below-mentioned steps to update the Netgear extender firmware: Connect your Netgear Extender to the router’s network and go to the official website of Netgear. Enter your extender’s model number and tap on the download button to get the latest version of extender firmware. Unzips the recently downloaded file and open a web browser on your device. Type 192.168.1.250 or mywifiext.net in the URL bar of the web browser and press the enter key. In the next window, enter your default username and password in the given fields and tap on the login button. Go to the homepage and tap on the “firmware update” button. Tap on the browse button and select the recently downloaded firmware file. Click on the “upload” button to start the firmware update process. It will take two minutes. After completing the update process, turn off your extender and computer for a few seconds and then turn them on. Fix 10: Reset your Netgear extender to factory default settings If you have forgotten your extender login password, then you can face mywifiext.net not opening issue. To resolve this issue, you need to reset your Netgear WiFi range extender to factory default settings. Following are the steps to reset the Netgear extender to factory default settings: First of all, plug your Netgear extender into the wall socket and turn it on. Now, locate the reset button on the extender and grab a sharp pin or needle. Press the reset button for 10-15 seconds. When you see a blinking light on the extender, release the button. The extender will restore its default settings. Try to access 192.168.1.250 or mywifiext.net admin panel with default login credentials.