Question about Belkin (F5D7230-4) Router (587009)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: network security
Once you've logged into the router (open your browser, and type ONLY this into the Address line, without the quotes: "192.168.2.1). You should get a log in pop-up, "admin" is the username, and the password is left blank (or is sometimes "password"), again without the quotes.
Once logged in, you have a series of menus on the left hand side, Usually large blue lines demark each section, i.e. "Lan Setup", "Internet WAN", and of course the section you are looking for "Wireless". Under each header is listed each of the pages available for that function. For example, under Wireless you'd want the first 2 items: "Channel and SSID" - this is where you set the name of the wireless network; and "Security", which is where you setup whichever one of the Encryption options you want. This Encryption key is the password you will use when connecting wirelessly to the router from a PC.
Hopefully that is enough to get you setup.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
SOURCE: Belkin Wireless Router
Just plug this router in and use the ethernet cable.
now use the (e) internet icon in your programs list. you will get an "cannot connect to internet" page or something like that.
in the TOP search area eg: address bar ...type in the ip address:192.168.2.1
and it should allow you acess to the site.
remember....you need your broadband account info..
YOU NEED TO GET THIS FAR TO SECURE YOUR WI-FI SYSTEM.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
There should be a small reset pin hole in the back of the device. Hold down the reset button for 15 seconds and it should reset the router to factory defaults
Posted on May 27, 2009
If the reset did not help ,i would suggest you talk to the Belkin Support team and get a replacement. Since its a new router, I assume it has an up to date firmware .
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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