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How to disable Wi-Fi (Spectrum - Time Warner)

This article will walk you through general instructions on how you can disable the Wi-Fi on the listed Time Warner® (Spectrum)-supported devices.  

NOTE:  Steps and instructions may vary depending on your gateway’s model.  If your model is not on the list below, contact your device’s manufacturer for support.
  • NETGEAR® Nighthawk routers
  • SMC8014WG Gateway
  • Spectrum Wave 2 - Sagemcom RAC2V1S / Askey RAC2V1K / ARRIS RAC2V1A and Sagemcom F@st 5260

Before you begin
  • Make sure the computer you use to access the web-based setup page of your router or gateway is either wired directly to it or is connected via Wi-Fi.
  • Make sure to know your login credentials as these differ for every manufacturer.  Contact your device’s manufacturer for support.

NETGEAR® Nighthawk routers
 
Step 1:
Launch a browser, enter “https://www.routerlogin.net” or "https://routerlogin.com" in the address bar, and press [ENTER].

Step 2:
Enter the login credentials for your device.  

Step 3:
Go to ADVANCED > Advanced Setup > Wireless Settings.

Step 4:
In both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz sections, uncheck the Enable Wireless Router Radio boxes and click Apply.
 
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SMC8014WG Gateway
 
Step 1:
Launch a browser, enter “https://192.168.0.1" in the address bar, and press [ENTER].

Step 2:
Enter the login credentials for your device.  

QUICK TIP:  The default username is cusadmin and the default password is password.

 
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Step 3:
Click on Wireless > Wireless Settings.

Step 4:
Uncheck Disable Wireless Module and click APPLY.

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Spectrum Wave 2 - Sagemcom RAC2V1S / Askey RAC2V1K / ARRIS RAC2V1A and Sagemcom F@st 5260
 
Step 1:
Launch a browser, enter “https://192.168.1.1” in the address bar, and press [ENTER].

Step 2:
Enter the login credentials for your device.  

QUICK TIP:  The default username and password is admin.


Step 3:
Click on the gear icon of the Wi-Fi band (2.4 GHz or 5 GHz) you want to disable. 

 
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Step 4:
Toggle the sliding switch from ON to the OFF position and click Apply.

 
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The network should now appear as disconnected on the dashboard.
 
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