Thursday, 24 November 2016

How To Configure Wireless Router Using

Do you wish to change the settings of your wireless router?

Do you wish to change the password to your wireless router? Then you need to configure wireless router using its default IP address.

Let us learn how to configure wireless router using

Configuring Wireless Router using


It is very simple to configure a wireless router. Let us have a look at the procedure to configure wireless router using

  • Open the browser on your computer and enter the default IP address
  • The router admin page will open and ask you to enter the default username and password.
  • The default username and password is usually admin/admin, admin/blank, blank/blank.
  • Now go to the Wireless/Wireless Setup page and select Wireless section or the Wireless Security section.
  • Here, you can change the SSID or name of your wireless router. Change it to a name that allows you to identify your network from the others.
  • Now, select the Wireless Security as WPA2 or WPA-Personal.
  • Search for a box called as ‘Password’, ‘Passphrase’ or ‘Shared Key’. This is very important, as it will prevent any unauthorized user from using your Internet.
  • Choose a password that is 8 characters long with uppercase, lowercase, number, special characters, etc. Never use any personal information that can be easily guessed like your birthdate or surname, etc.
  • Click on Save settings and save the changes you made.

This is all you need to do to configure your wireless router using Just follow the simple steps and you will be able to customize the settings as per your needs.

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