Hello I just tried this method on my iphone, and I discovered that my IP router is 192.168.1.1.1. However, after inserting it into my browser address, a page invites me to enter the username and the password will appear. But this is a free public WiFi library, and my computer have been connected to the Internet without entering the username and password. So I don`t know what to put in Excellent. I went through half a dozen pages of help before finding this, this advice worked perfectly. Thank you very much! Or if you`re trying to connect to a company`s public wi-fi network — maybe Gogo Internet on a flight or your operator`s Wi-Fi network in a mall — try opening that company`s website. Most public wi-fi networks allow you to browse their corporate website without connecting to them, and they often have a link to their Wi-Fi registration page. For example, I opened delta.com on a Delta flight and was able to view travel information and finally load the Wi-Fi registration page. Good morning, Grand Council, thank you. Unfortunately, it doesn`t work here (airport in China), the login page is not the right one and the login data doesn`t work.
I logged in with my corporate phone (Android) and the registration page was different. An idea by any chance? It has the same problem with any public WIFI that has a splash side. (z.B. Starbucks, WIFI Hospital, etc.) If, like me, you`ve already tried a number of things to find the registration page, like resetting wifi. B, forgetting the network and restarting the phone, then you probably realized that these things don`t work. You may need these tips if you`re offline and can`t connect to the Internet – meaning you can`t reopen this page and update your memory to connect your Wi-Fi. I often have this problem, but as these pages are notoriously slow and erroneous, keep in mind that the problem may not be over. He came here to say it.
I neverssl.com in my bookmarks for Starbucks Wifi because their captive portal is crap A simple trick is to load the standard router page. Try entering 192.168.1.1, 127.1.1, 1.1 or localhost in your browser`s address bar, and you may receive the standard login page for loading (or you can see a login page for router settings – in this case, don`t try to log in unless you`re at home). It is a page that triggers the registration page and forces it to appear. I hope it works for you! Here are some things you can try to manually view the WiFi login page: The problem might be that your browser cache is still trying to use the DNS information it knows to access websites rather than loading the Wi-Fi login page. And sometimes you can take it out of this loop by visiting something new. I`m on an iPad, not a phone, but the bone should be basically the same. I had an empty page when the login screen appeared without the ability to register on the WiFi network.