Setting up the Linksys E7350 using the setup wizard

The Linksys E7350 Dual-Band WiFi 6 EasyMesh™ Router lets you enjoy the power of Wi-Fi® technology. It delivers enhanced speed, range, and security for all your networking needs. It features EasyMesh which allows your router to add other Linksys EasyMesh nodes to extend your WiFi and be compatible with other EasyMesh-supported devices.

Before you begin:

  • You must have a WiFi device like a computer, tablet or mobile device, or a computer with an ethernet connection to begin the setup.
  • Take note of the default WiFi name and password of your Linksys EasyMesh router located on the label at the bottom part of the router. The WiFi password is case-sensitive.
  • Power ON your modem and connect an ethernet cable from the modem to the internet port of the Linksys EasyMesh router. Wait until the power light is solid blue. If you are replacing an existing router, make sure to disconnect, turn OFF, and remove the old one.
  • EasyMesh tips:
    • If your router is on an older firmware, the EasyMesh is turned OFF by default. It is enabled when you run and complete the setup wizard.
    • A parent node is connected to the modem.
    • A child node is another EasyMesh node that will be used to extend your WiFi.

      NOTE: Make sure the node is on the latest firmware. For instructions, click
    • If you plan to add EasyMesh child nodes to extend your WiFi, you can turn ON the EasyMesh feature. Otherwise, leave it turned OFF.

Step 1:
Connect to the default WiFi name of the router. The default WiFi names are Linksysxxxxx and Linksysxxxxx_5GHz where xxxxx represents the last five digits of the serial number. The WiFi credentials are located on the bottom of the router.

If you need to set up the router using a hardwired computer, connect your computer to one of the ethernet ports at the back of the router.

Step 2:
Open a browser and type in "https://myrouter.local" for macOS® or "https://myrouter" for Windows®. You can also type "" in the Address bar then press [Enter]. Enter “” if connected to an existing upstream connection.

NOTE:  If you run into browser error messages due to the HTTPS connection, click
here to continue.

Step 3:
Click on the I have read and accept the License Terms for using this software radio button. Then, click Next to proceed.

With the latest firmware, the ability to bypass the setup wizard has been removed. You must complete the setup wizard to gain access to the web interface.

Step 4:
Create a Router Password. Follow the Password Policy provided on your screen and click Save. You can use this password to log in to the router’s web interface and update its settings.

Step 5:
Enter your new 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz network names and passwords. Follow the password policy provided on your screen and click Next.

You can use the same network name and password for both bands. 

Step 6:
Review your new settings, then click Save.

Step 7:
Connect to your new WiFi name to continue the setup. Use the credentials provided on the screen to reconnect.

Once connected, a prompt will appear.

Step 8:
If you are adding another node to extend your network, click Yes. Otherwise, click on No I’m done.

Step 9:
Enter an email address to register your router and click Next.

NOTE:  You may also click Skip.

Step 10:
Make sure to check the Automatic checkbox and click on Done.

Step 11:
Once everything is finished, click Done.

You have now successfully set up the Linksys E7350. If you want to add EasyMesh child nodes later, you can add them using the Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ (WPS) button or through the web interface. For instructions, click here.

NOTE:  If you will not add Linksys EasyMesh child nodes to extend your WiFi, it is recommended to turn OFF the EasyMesh feature in the WiFi settings page. To know more, click here.

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