About The Oscar® Igloo

The Oscar® Igloo is an Academy Awards®-related website focused on providing our visitors with an all-year, professional and (primary) unbiased look at the highs and lows of the Oscar® race.

Founded in December of 2003 by Portuguese-born Johnny Alba, The Oscar® Igloo was originally an Alaska-based website until spring of 2005 when operations were transferred to the city of Los Angeles, California. We also count with New York, New Jersey and Illinois-based correspondents.

In more than two years of online presence, we have been quoted and featured in mass media as the Associated Press, The New York Times, The Minneapolis Star Tribune and most recently, by ABC News. We have also established a partnership with the entertainment website N: ZONE.

We are strong believers of our motto: “It’s not about who we want to win, it’s about who will” and we are proud of being the only website in our category that fully commits to this statement.

IP 192.168.1.1

192.168.1.1 is an IP address that is used as a default address for routers when manufacturers initially sell them to customers. The address is most commonly found in Linksys routers and open source Linux based firmwares that work with Linksys routers.

192.168.1.1 is the address that you will find set as default gateway when you first buy the router and connect it to your computer or internet based gadgets. The browser upon entering this address will let you control router’s configurations through web interface. Unable to access this address either means that the configuration has changed or there is a problem with network connection.

192.168.1.1 is also a private IP address that belongs to Class C. All private IP addresses are exclusively meant for private networks and do not form a part of the internet. When machines are connected to a home network, they do not form a part of the internet invariably; instead they are connected to a network router that acts as an entrance for activities routing data to and from the home network.

While this setup allows machines to be secure behind a protective shield that cannot be reachable from the internet, they share a single ISP connection.

It’s isn’t always necessary to learn your router address. However it becomes necessary when there is a network problem. If your router is not set up to utilize 192.168.1.1, you need to check the manual or documentation that came with the router.

However, certain other addresses are also used as default, such as 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.2.1 in some routers. Troubleshooting the network connection is usually based on setting this IP address correctly.