Let you know the Preset Wireless Security Details are distinct to every router. So, there is no risk of your Wifi usage by any uninvited client. Still, if you are looking to change your Preset Wireless Security SSID Name and Password then you can visit Routerlogin Net Home Page. There you can change the security of your Wifi settings and Router Password. Take a look how you can change the Preset Wireless Security Details.
- The initial step is to connect an Ethernet Cable between the Router and Modem. Plug in and power on both technical products (Router and Modem). When both get a power supply, they will start blinking and after two seconds it will turn to become stable.
- At that point, you can go your computer or any device connected to the Internet using Preset Wireless Security Details that is your network SSID Name and Password given on the label of Netgear Router. The SSID name is mostly given in the alphanumeric characters.
- Confirm these details using your device and get connected to the Wi-Fi internet. Go to the main browser of your device and type http://www.routerlogin.net. Confirm the username and password of your Netgear Router. Remember, the router and wifi password details are clearly distinct to each other however both are written on the label. The Netgear Router Password is ‘admin’ in lower case.
- Enter the password, click on Login and you will reach to Setup Wizard. In the main menu bar, open the Wireless Settings and make all the changes as given in the image:
- Following the details Initial option is showing the SSID name, you can change this
- The next step is Security Option where you will select WPA2-PSK (AES).
- The Passphrase will display after selecting the Security option. Change this as your personal password name.
- When all the settings are done click on the Apply to save your settings.
Your device will automatically get restarted. In order to connect to the internet, you will need to follow the new changed Wifi SSID name and Password to access Routerlogin Net Home Page. Make sure to remember this password and update the router firmware for better grip on a router.