How To Set Up WI-FI Router?

Now a days setting up Wi-Fi router is self guided and require minimum technical expertise. In general, the process of installing a Wi-Fi device to use with your laptop begins by connecting the router to the same computer that is attached to your broadband modem (in this example, your laptop); this allows automated configuration software to obtain the information it needs without any intermediary devices along the way.


Here is a typical setup:

1.Turn off the power to your broadband modem. If there isn’t an on/off switch, remove the power supply to the device.

2.Connect the power adapter to the back panel of the wireless router.

3.Plug the adapter into an AC outlet.

4.Connect an Ethernet cable to the broadband modem.

5.Restore the power to the modem.

6.Insert the other end of the Ethernet cable into the WAN (wide area network) port on the back panel of the wireless router.

7.Insert another Ethernet cable between LAN Port 1 (on the back panel of the   wireless router) and any available Ethernet port of the laptop, which you’re going to use to configure the Wi-Fi system.

8.Shut down the laptop.

9.Restart the laptop connected to the Wi-Fi router. Let Windows fully load.

10.Open your Web browser.

11.In the address bar of the browser, type the URL for the built-in setup screen of the wireless router.

12.Press the Enter key.