Funny. At first, I ALWAYS went to this address, since I switched to a new provider. And after the openwrt firmware, this address also worked. Secondly, I have already tried both 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.0.1. Nothing works.
If your ISP modem is also 192.168.1.1 (or any 192.168.1.X), you need to temporarily disconnect the modem and restart the router (connected only to your PC) so there isn't an IP conflict. Then log into the router and change the LAN IP.
I tried again to change the internal ip, this time only for the smartphone, and again after restarting the router, the Internet disappeared and I can not connect to it. I unplugged my internet cable and still can't log in.
Why shouldn't they be connected at the same time? Now I have a router without the Internet connected and a smartphone. There are (probably) no problems. And when I changed the router settings, after which the Internet disappeared and the router page stopped starting, then my smartphone was not connected.
What do you want to explain to me? Due to the fact that my router address was 192.168.1.1:65500, did you decide that my provider has an address of 192.168.1.1 and they conflict? I have no idea, maybe. But immediately after the firmware of the router, it opened for me at 192.168.1.1:65500
After changing the settings, it stopped opening at this address. I somehow managed to completely reset its settings, and after disconnecting the Internet cable from the router, it began to open at 192.168.1.1
Now I'm generally afraid to change its settings so that it doesn't break again ... What should I do to avoid problems?
I do not have two local networks active at the same time. At least physically. I don't have Wi-Fi on my PC. I connect the smartphone via a USB cable, and in the smartphone itself 4G Internet. But I have a huge number of network adapters on the control panel.
God, it happened again! I changed the router address from 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.0.0
I connect to it from a smartphone, but there is no Internet. After all, I tied the mac address of the smartphone to the IP 192.168.1.11 and this address is out of range
Changed it to 192.168.0.11 and the router broke again! The Internet has disappeared again and I again cannot open the home page of the router.
How it works? Router settings are not allowed to change?
There is an auto-rollback mechanism to prevent accidental changes that could cause your router to be locked out.
Maybe you should reset the router to defaults. Enable wifi, then make the changes to your network address (using the info from the link above), and then add any desired DHCP reservations and any other config options that you want to use.
You sound like I'm a seasoned openwrt user. I saw him for the first time today. I have no idea what most of the settings mean and I only change what looks like the settings from the original firmware of the router. And even this breaks the router. Although it would seem that I only changed the IP address that should be issued to my smartphone when connected to the router via Wi-Fi. Why did this little thing break the router? How to connect to it now? I'm at a loss!