Like you, I had a problem trying to bring up my home router IP address of 192.168.0.1 - IE11 wanted to prevent it by posting an error (misleadingly reading like it was supposedly from the router), but I don't get that error using an earlier version of IE
(IE9) on another PC
I finally put that IP address (192.168.0.1 without the http://) in the "Tools/Compatibility View settings/Websites you've added to Compatibility View" and now, with "Tools/Compatibility View settings/Use Microsoft Compatibility Lists" checked, I can successfully
get to my router and move from between its pages.
Because Microsoft is intent on locking everything down for a more secure environment, it was also trying to force me to enter "https" on the address line of IE11, but for whatever reason, the older/legacy router didn't like it and would only respond to "http",
but then I couldn't select anything in the home page of the router. With this change (adding the IP address to the "Compatibility Lists", I'm back in business!
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