Routers Archive

How to access your router settings: find out IP address, username and password

Hello guys. In this article we are going to show you how to get access to your router settings. Actually, your router has a small computer. It is there to take the internet connection from the modem and to split it among the different computers plugged into your network.

How to increase range and quality of your WiFi router signal with Windows 10 WiFi Monitor app

In your home when you install a router you don’t think about this, because it’s kind of invisible thing. Radio waves of your router going through your home. But the thing is that your neighbor’s router waves are also come into your home. People being pretty close together and

How to Check Your Router for Malware

As a standard feature, consumer router security isn’t exactly top notch, which can lead to your router being easily compromised by hackers. In this post we’re going to show you how to check if your router has been attacked and what you can do to protect yourself. How hackers

Multiple Xbox Consoles are not Supported by Linksys Routers

If you are running into NAT issues or problems with joining Xbox live parties, then you might want to check the brand of Router you have. Microsoft clearly states that Linksys routers do not support having multiple Xbox consoles running on the same network. My brother and I ran

Find the IP Address of your Wireless Router Management Page

This is a short tutorial on how to find the IP address of your Wireless Router management page. Maybe you have tried the default already 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 and it isn’t working. Or maybe you are trying to locate the Wireless Router’s management page at a business and nobody

Upgrade firmware on Cisco-Linksys Router

This is a short tutorial on upgrading the firmware on your Cisco-Linksys router. Instructions will work for the following models: – E4200 – E3000 – E2000 – E2100L – E1000 – AE1000 Upgrading the firmware on your Cisco-Linksys router Step 1 Download the drivers for your router. Step 2