Access the Router

Welcome to the website in which we will help you configure your router or ADSL modem. Please, in order to configure your router you must have some basic knowledge.

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How to access Wi-Fi settings

The configuration of the WI-FI network of your home or office is stored in your wireless Internet router. You can change the name of your network, modify the password, increase the security level or create a WI-FI network account for guests. There are several gaming WiFi extenders if you need a stronger connection and longer range when gaming on your Xbox or PS4.

Most routers today offer mobile apps to access their settings, such as TP-Link Tether, Xfinity app, or D-Link Wi-Fi. First, choose your network connection (Wi-Fi or wired connection) from the macOS dropdown option. Next, open a web browser and put the IP address you copied earlier into it. If you are using a modem and router combo, a single unit device may be more convenient to access WiFi.

To access and adjust your router's security access settings, click an option that may be labeled Family Wi-Fi or Family Safety.

How to connect to a router from outside

It's easy to reach your home router from within the network. Just put the IP address of the router (usually or in the web browser. But what if you could access your router from afar? Once you're signed in, you'll want to adjust some of the settings to your liking. To connect to it, you will have to modify the default WiFi name and password. If your router has built-in security software, you'll also want to change the login information to something unique and potentially set certain security features. If you want, you can also set up parental controls and monitor linked devices to make sure everything on your network belongs to you. Most modern routers have helpful wizards that automate most of these processes for you. If not, it's time to delve into the contents of the router's manual. This is a typical misunderstanding.

How to change the login information on the router

 After gaining access to your router, the first thing you should do is change the default password to something more secure. Someone could get into your network and tamper with your settings if you leave the default password. For example, the individual could disable your Wi-Fi security and steal your personal information without your knowledge.

To update your router password, follow these steps: In your preferred web browser, type the IP address of your router. Use the default username and password to login (both admin, normally).

Choose Change Router Password from the drop-down menu or a comparable alternative. A strong password consists of a mix of letters, numbers, and special characters and is at least eight characters long.

How to change the wireless band and channel

Wireless routers support the 802.11 standards, which provide several separate radio frequency ranges, commonly known as bands, for use in Wi-Fi communications, with each band divided into many channels. Your router likely supports both the 2,4 GHz and 5 GHz bands if it's new.

Since the 5GHz band is less widespread than the 2,4GHz band, it is less congested, making it a great choice for densely populated metropolitan areas with a large number of Wi-Fi networks. When determining the best Wi-Fi channel, a network analyzer like NetSpot can give you all the data you need to make an informed selection.

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