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I am not using this router but i am giving you normal password setting steps...
Open you web browser and put the IP address and login your router with username and password(default). Now find to reset password,it will most likely be under the "security" settings. You will need to select WEP or WPA settings (WPA is more secure) and if WEP, choose a 128 bit encryption rather than 64 bit. Keep in mind that the moment you save it, you will loose your connection until you add the password in the settings on your computer that control the adapter that receives the signal from the router. It is also advisable to make your SSID invisible to others; that way it will be more difficult for your system to be found and hacked.
Yes you can! First of all plug in a LAN cable from one of the available ports on the router into your Mac. After that, open up your browser and type 192.168.1.1 You will get a login prompt. Usually the username is admin and the password is admin but if that doesn't work always check the bottom side of your router, the details should be printed there. If you've logged in successfully you will be in the administrative panel of your router, simply go to the Wireless settings, then go to Security. Enable it and choose your encryption method(WPA2/Personal is usually preferred but you can always try WEP) then insert a password into the according box. After that, save changes, unplug your cable and restart your router. You should need a password next time you connect to your network. Have fun :)
Good Day, Your SSID is the name for the Wireless network that you have setup. If you are not sure i would suggest using on your HP hardware Automatic Wireless Configuration this will detect any Wireless Signal in range and show the SSID. The one with the highest signal should be your SSID. If your network is secured, now off course you will need to know the WEP or any other encryption key in order to successfully connect. If you don't have that you are pretty much back at square 1. I would also suggest if this router was provided by an ISP or another 3rd party to review underneath the equipment sometimes this information is posted there SSID & Wireless Security Key. If you are still in need of help and want to get printing right away I recommend contacting Live-Tech. This company will get you all setup for a real low cost. Visit: http://www.myLive-Tech.com
you want to secure wireless network. is there any other computer connected to the router with the ethernet cable? If not then you will need to connect the computer to router with the cable. check the ip address on the computer.open the set up of router. you will find the option to make it secured. Click Here for step by step instructions
If that doesn't work, the reset button will clear the stored login information and reset your router to factory default. Make sure you hold that button for about 15-20 seconds before you release it. After you did this, you can access your router again via the default IP address of 192.168.1.1
The default username and password for your Blitzz router are both "admin".
Don't forget that all your personal settings will be erased as well (wireless security, port forwarding etc.
Yes - the reset button will clear the stored login information and reset your router to factory default. Make sure you hold that button for about 15-20 seconds before you release it. After you did this, you can access your router again via the default IP address of 192.168.1.1
The default username and password for your Blitzz BWA711 router are both "admin".
Don't forget that all your personal settings will be erased as well (wireless security, port forwarding etc.)
This is what I did after entering all that information again: I went to each screen and took a snapshot of that window (Press ALT+PrintScreen). This screenshot I copied into a Word document and repeated these steps with all important windows. Now I have a little "manual" in case I have to reset my router again and can't remember my "fancy" settings.
If you have any more questions, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.
Normally, routers come with a software wizard that will help you set up your wireless and security settings. If this is not the case, you will need to do it manually. First, you will need the IP of the router. Sometimes it's listed on the bottom of the device, sometimes it's in the manual, sometimes both. If you still cannot find it, try searching for 'defaul ip for XXXXXXX' where x is your router's modle number. Then, go into IE (or Firefox, Chrome, Safari etc.) and type the IP into the address bar. It may ask you for a user name and password. Most times the user name is admin and the password is either admin or there is no password.
Search through the page for wireless security settings. When you find it, use something like WPA for your encryption method, or WEP if you don't have WPA. Then just give the router a pass key that you will remember.
Save the changes, and you're done.
- Check physical connection (Connect the modem to the WAN or Internet then hook one of the computer to the LAN connection. - Open a browser then access the configuration page of the router. - Under on tools create user ID and password.
Another is: - Check physical connection (Connect the modem to the WAN or Internet then hook one of the computer to the LAN connection.
- Open a browser then access the configuration page of the router. - Open the wireless settings under setup. - Change the wireless network name/ SSID and set the encryption or security to WEP or WPA. - Check the wireless network connection if you can log in with the wireless network name/ SSID with the password.
You need to log into the wireless router either by a computer that successfully connects wirelessly or by physically connecting with an ethernet cable. Once connected, log into the router by open a web browser (Internet Explorer, MozillaFirefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari), and typing the router's address (usually 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1) into the Address (or URL) line. The default usernameand password is usually "admin" & "admin" or "admin" & "password". Once successfully logged in, look for a tab or link that says "Wireless" or "Security". You'll be able to change whether security is enabled or disabled, and the password associated with it. Your security options are WEP or WPA (or WPA-PSK). WPA-PSK is the most secure, but WEP is also an acceptable choice. Select the security option of your choice and either enter text into the passphrase generator or choose your own password and type it into one of the security key text fields. If you use a password that is not a plain english combination of letters and numbers, be sure to write it down so that you can enter it as needed on other wireless devices that need to access your router (ie-pda phones, game consoles, laptops, desktops, etc). Be sure to save changes so that the security settings and password is saved. Let me know how you make out.