To change your WiFi password, user name or even to make your wireless network hidden you must know how to access your router settings. Here in this post we can learn how to access router settings of common brands.
To access router settings wirelessly just type the IP address of your router on your browser’s address bar. Normally you can find it as labelled or printed on your router. If unable to find, the router address of the most popular brands are given below.
D-Link : http://192.168.1.1 Linksys : http://192.168.1.1 Belkin : http://192.168.2.1 Asus : http://192.168.1.1 Net Gear : http://192.168.0.1 3 Com : http://192.168.1
If you are using any other router or unable to find the router address, here is an easy way to find it. You can try the command prompt method to find the IP address of your router [Windows]
Go to command prompt. On Windows 8 search for Command Prompt. On other versions of Windows you can find it under Accessories.
Then type in “ipconfig” without quotes and press enter. Look for “Default gateway” to find the IP address of your router.
Now you know the address of your router. Type it on the address bar as told earlier. You may be required to type the user name and password to access the settings. This also you can find printed on the router or using the router brand name simply make a search on Google. There you can find router specific user guides and that may contain the default user name and password of your router.
Hope this will be useful to you.
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