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How do i get to the set up for the qos of this router? i mean in the first place how do i get to the setting? like do i have to type in a bunch of numbers to my browser first and then click go?

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Sir, by default the numbers to access your modem is 192.168.1.1 try putting those numbers on your address bar and choose go if it ask you for a username and password try admin for username and the word password for password

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