Having problems setting up your Piso WiFi with a 10.0.0.1 DNS address? Read this article as we answer all your questions about setting up your Piso WiFi router and much more.
Almost every router uses 10.0.0.1 for admin panel access, and Piso WiFi hotspot devices are no different. In this article, you will learn how you can access the admin panel and fix all the problems you’re having with your internet.
To access the Admin panel of your Piso WiFi device, follow the step we’ve described.
Please follow these steps one by one and sign in to your Piso WiFi device right now.
Login Instructions Piso WiFi (If you don’t remember the password)
- Open your Web Browser
- Click the top search bar, type 10.0.0.1, and hit enter.
- Once you hit enter, you will be shown a login page where you need to put your username and password.
- Usually, users are here to find out the actual username and password of the Piso WiFi router they want to access. Put the username as “Administrator” and the password as “admin12345”. (do keep in mind that these usernames are not supposed to work on every device)
You can also try username “admin”,” Admin” and password “123456789”
- Hit Sign In, and there you go – you just signed into your Piso WiFi device using the 10.0.0.1 DNS address.
10.0.0.1 Piso WiFi Login Problem [Fixed]
There is a problem going on the internet where Piso WiFi users can’t log in to their router. On the official Microsoft Forum, a user named “remmywaere” answered the question suggesting a solution. This solution has worked for some, while others would argue that the problem persists.
This is what he suggested we do to fix the login problem:
Step 1: Open your browser
Step 2: Click the three dots at the upper right corner and open Settings.
Step 3: Reset Settings
Step 4: Type 10.0.0.1 again and click enter.
The problem will probably be solved as resetting the browser’s settings will impact how you access the DNS address. There are some instances where this problem is still not solved. You should contact the service provider for more information in such a case.
Tip: Make sure that you’re typing the correct IP address – 10.0.0.1 – so that it’s not a typing mistake.
Other Things To Try If You Can’t Access Piso WiFi Admin Panel To Fix Problems
Until now, we have described two ways how you can solve the Piso WiFi Admin panel access problem. If the solutions we’ve described above don’t work for you, you can try some of these additional solutions.
- Make sure your internet connection is working perfectly fine.
- You may clear and browser cache to see if it makes any difference. Go to Settings > Privacy and Security > Clear Browsing Data > Clear Cache.
- Make sure you’re typing the DNS address correctly “10.0.0.1”
10.0.0.1 Piso WiFi Pause Time Trick
In The Philippines, we see a lot of folks use this trick where we hack the time of Piso WiFi devices to get free internet. This trick will no longer be a secret in this section as we’ll be telling you the Pause Time trick NOW!
Most people buy the package they like from Piso, but right after the time is complete, the internet stops working – as it should. Other folks use this Pause Time trick to “trick” the system and squeeze some more internet out of the ISP.
Most of the time, you can pause the timer for at most 5 minutes – you can use the internet for an additional five minutes.
Follow these steps, and you can use this trick:
Step 1: Open your web browser and type “10.0.0.1/admin” in the search bar – hit enter.
Step 2: Enter the username and password
Step 3: On the top left corner, click Other Settings.
Step 4: Scroll down a little, click on “Pause Time/Auto Pause On Boot,” and Enable it.
Step 5: Repeat Step 1, and you’ll see that you can see a big button “Pause” – click on it
This way, you will be able to pause the timer on Piso WiFi using the 10.0.0.1 DNS address.
The Piso WiFi login problem is still ongoing, but our investigations tell us that it could be a network problem. If you’re having a hard time connecting to the internet, make sure you are in an area with a good signal. If the problem persists, it might be a good idea to reach out to customer support.
In the end, there is no one-hundred percent correct way to fix your Piso WiFi login problem. If you want to try out the first trick we mentioned above, read this article thoroughly again to learn how one user did it (with a twist). If not, give us your feedback on what works for you, and we can add it to this blog post for other Piso WiFi users to see.