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How to Make a Configure Router Follow This Video How To Make a Configure Router

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Step-1 Connect your router to your computer and your modem. Use Ethernet cables to connect your modem to the WAN/WLAN/Internet port on your router, and connect your computer to the “1”, “2”, “3”, or “4” port on the router.

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Step-2 1. Open a web browser. Your router’s configuration page can be accessed by any computer that is connected to the same network. When configuring your router, you will have the best results if you connect with a computer that is wired to the router with an Ethernet cable.

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Step-3 2. Enter in your router’s address. Routers are accessed through your web browser by entering the IP address into the address bar. The IP address varies a bit by manufacturer, but most are the same or very close. These are some of the more popular manufacturers and the associated addresses:[1]Linksys - http://192.168.1.1

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3Com - http://192.168.1.1 D-Link - http://192.168.0.1 Belkin - http://192.168.2.1 Netgear - http://192.168.1.1 Most routers have their default address printed in the documentation or on a sticker on the router itself. You can also look it up online on the manufacturer’s website.

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Step-4 Enter in your username and password. Before you access the configuration page, you’ll be asked for a username and password. Most routers will come with a default username/password combo, while some allow you to proceed without entering anything. 1.Your router’s documentation will tell you the default username and password required. They may also be printed on the router itself. 2.”admin” is one of the most common default usernames. 3.”admin” or “password” are two of the most common passwords

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Step-5 Reset your router if you can’t access it. If you’ve looked up your default address and username/password combo and you still can’t access your router, you can reset it to factory defaults to clear out any changes that may have been made. This is useful for secondhand routers or old changes that you can’t remember.

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1. You can reset your router by pressing the Reset button on it. This button is usually small and recessed, and can only be reached by a paper clip. Some routers have a button that can be pressed more easily. 2. After pressing the reset button, wait 30-60 seconds and then try entering the router’s address and username/password combination again.

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Step-6 Assign the router a new username and password. Leaving your router with the default username and password is very insecure, and you should change it immediately after setting it up. You can usually find this in the Administration section of the router configuration. 1.Choose a username and password that can’t be easily guessed. Include numbers and symbols in the password to make sure that it is hard to crack.

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Summary: 1-888-520-2041 Pleased visite this video How to make a configure router an simply make your configure router Your router is the backbone of your home network. Properly configuring your router will protect your information from prying eyes, securely connect all of the devices in your home to the internet, and even keep your children from looking at things they’re not supposed to. Follow this guide to get your router configured in just a few minutes. Connect your router to your computer and your modem. Use Ethernet cables to connect your modem to the WAN/WLAN/Internet port on your router, and connect your computer to the “1”, “2”, “3”, or “4” port on the router.nter in your username and password. Before you access the configuration page, you’ll be asked for a username and password. Most routers will come with a default username/password combo, while some allow

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