NOTE: The steps and instructions may vary depending on your router/gateway’s model. Contact your device’s manufacturer for support.
Before you begin:
- Make sure that the computer you use to access the web-based setup page of your router or gateway is either wired to it directly or is connected to it via Wi-Fi.
- Make sure to know your login credentials as these differ for every manufacturer. Contact your device’s manufacturer for support.
Launch a browser.
Enter "https://192.168.2.1" in the address bar and press [ENTER]. If it doesn't work, check your router's IP address.
Log in to the router.
Web interface - Click Login at the top-right corner and enter your router's admin password. If you have not set a custom password, just leave the Password field blank then click Submit.
Dashboard - You will be asked to enter the administrator password you created upon setup. Click Let me in! to continue. If you have not set a custom password, you should be able to log in right away.
On the web-based setup page, look for Wireless or Advanced Settings.
Web interface - Under Wireless, click Channel and SSID.
Dashboard - Go to Advanced Settings > WiFi.
Wireless-G router - Click on Wireless and select Disable.
Disable the Wi-Fi.
Web interface - Click the dropdown menu for Wireless Mode, then select OFF.
Dashboard - Click the dropdown menu for Wireless Mode and select Off. You must separately do this for each wireless band.
Wireless-G routers - Click on the Wireless Mode drop-down menu and select Off.
Save your changes. Click on Apply Changes for the web interface. For Dashboard users, click Save.