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Beetel 450BXI

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  • Description: The 450BXI offers the convenience of easy network set-up and internet connectivity. The device is a modem/router with WiFi capability. Its security is based on various encryptions that prevent unauthorized network access, spyware and online attacks.
  • Brand: Beetel
  • Release Date: 08/2007
  • Default Gateway IP: 192.168.1.1
  • Default Username: admin
  • Default Password: password

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Aximcom PGP-116N

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  • Description: The PGP-116N is a Wireless-N router with a USB port for HDD. The device comes with a download engine that uses torrent to download files even without a computer. The router also comes with two external antennas for wider network coverage. It also comes with an admin hotspot that provides a message to every user connected to the network.
  • Brand: Axiom
  • Release Date: 08/2009
  • Default Gateway IP: 192.168.1.1
  • Default Username: admin
  • Default Password: admin

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ASMAX NeoSurfer Wireless AR 1004g

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  • Description: The NeoSurfer Wireless AR 1004g features ADSL2+ modem capability which means it can handle up to 24mbps in download bandwidth speed. It is also a wireless router which instantly provides internet access to WiFi capable devices. The 4-LAN ports also provide instant access to non-wireless devices.
  • Brand: ASMAX
  • Release Date: 03/2009
  • Default Gateway IP: 192.168.1.1
  • Default Username: admin
  • Default Password: admin

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How to setup Netgear or any Wireless Router

Wireless networks are computer networks that are not connected by cables of any kind. The use of a wireless network enables enterprises to avoid the costly process of introducing cables into buildings or as a connection between different equipment locations. Modern communication relies heavily on Wireless Networking and it is, therefore, gaining popularity for Home and Business Networking. Wireless Networking offers the advantage of mobility and eliminates the use of cables. Computers at home or in a small office can easily be connected through Wireless Networking.

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Set up Wireless Router Network

Setting up a secured network through a Netgear or any Router will keep your data free from spying and avert entry of any uninvited user into your network. You will have to follow certain guidelines to set up a Secured Wireless Network that will be provided either through Wireless Protected Array (WPA) or Wireless Encryption Protocol (WEP).

Guide

Connect to Modem
Power off your modem. Next connect one end of the Ethernet Cable to the ‘input’, marked at the back side of the router and another end to the modem. Now Power Modem back on.
Generally, it is a good rule to wait at least a minute before continuing to the next step.

Connect to Computer
Connect one end of a second Ethernet Cable to one of the available ports on the Router. Most modern Routers include four ports.

Power your Router
Plug your Router to a power source and wait till until your Router’s LED signals that it is connected to the internet. Generally, Routers have a green LED indicator that turns solid when connected.

Install Software and Drivers

  • If your Router included a disk to install Drivers, insert the disk and continue following the disks instructions to install Drivers and set up your Network.
  • If your Router does not include a disk continue to next steps.

Configure your Network

  • Take note of the Router’s IP address that is selected automatically (default) and mentioned in the user’s guide. Most Routers by default use, http://192.168.1.1 as the default IP address
  • Open your default web browser and type in the router’s address in the provided empty search field.
  • Insert a valid Username and Password. If you have not set one up and it requires one, the default for most brands of Routers is, Username: Admin, Password: Password.
  • You can also get to your Routers (Homepage) by going to Start Menu\Control Panel\Network and Sharing Center. Click the center icon at the top, which usually has the house as an icon if you saved your Network as a Home Network. On the next page under Network Infrastructure, you should see your Router listed. Just Right-Click your Router Icon and you should have a menu option to view Homepage.

Basic settings
Choose your Basic Settings such as Router Name, and IP Addressing

Wireless Security Settings

  • Locate Wireless Security or Wireless Settings. Choose a name(SSID) for your Network that you can easily identify and whether you wish to broadcast your Wireless Signal.
  • Select channel to broadcast on, by default a Router usually has this set to Auto which is fine for most users.
  • Select Wireless Mode. This is your speed for your wireless. Example: 54Mbps, 145Mbps, and 300Mbps.
    For your Wireless Security settings, most modern Routers include the following types of security:
  • None – No security. Not recommended if you are in an area where someone who lives next door to you could use your Wireless Connection to connect to the Internet.
  • WEP – Older security encryption used for Wireless Networks with better options now available. This option does not give a password but a unique key that users enter to connect.
  • WPA-PSK[TKIP] – Better security than WEP and sometimes users still use this if they have issues with devices connecting. Still a great Security Option. There is a 54Mbps limit on this connection using Legacy G.
  • WPA2-PSK[AES] – Newer security using N support and if you have no issues with devices connecting this is the recommended Security Option as it gives you the best security.
  • WPA-PSK[TKIP]+WPA2-PSK[AES] – If you have issues with devices connecting you can use this setting as it gives you a combination of WPA and WPA2.

Another thing to note outside of setting up your Router is setting up Sharing for Computers and Devices connected to your Network. Windows 7 has come along way in making this easier for users and most users can do this by following the walkthrough in Windows.

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How to change the admin password on NETGEAR router

When you buy a new NETGEAR router, it is configured with factory default settings. When you use the local web address routerlogin.com to access your router’s interface, the user name is admin and the default password is password. To improve the security of your network, change the default password.

maxresdefaultNote: This password is not the password that you use to access your Wi-Fi.

To change the admin password on your NETGEAR router:
1. Launch a web browser from a computer or wireless device that is connected to your router’s network.

2. Type http://routerlogin.net into your web browser’s address bar.
The login window displays.

3. Enter the router user name and password.
The user name is admin and the default password is password.
The BASIC Home page displays.

4. Select ADVANCED > Administration > Set Password.

5. Type the old password, and type the new password twice.

6. To be able to recover your password in the future, select the Enable Password Recovery check box.

7. Click the Apply button.
Your settings are saved.

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Belkin F5D6230-3

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  • Description: Instantly share data and computer peripherals within the network with F5D6230-3 router. Highly recommended for those who wanted basic wireless networking and online access, the device is easy to install and implement within the network. F5D6230-3 comes with lifetime warranty and 24-hour support.
  • Brand: Belkin
  • Release Date: 04/2002
  • Default Gateway IP: 192.168.2.1
  • Default Username: blank
  • Default Password: blank

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BUFFALO WHR-HP-G54

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  • Description: The WHR-HP-G54 uses its built-in amplifier to provide reliable wireless network access and online connectivity. The device has 70% more coverage compared to regular wireless routers while maintaining speed from 802.11g wireless standard. The device also automates configuration for quick set-up.
  • Brand: BUFFALO
  • Release Date: 12/2006
  • Default Gateway IP: 192.168.11.1
  • Default Username: root
  • Default Password: blank

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