Change Password at


Change Password at
Change Password at

Many actions relating to router settings are performed via the link, including changing the router's password, changing the name of the Wi-Fi network, and changing the Wi-Fi network's password. You must first log in to in order to make these modifications.

Change Password at

Change The Router's Settings Password

If there is more than one person connected to your internet, and every time you change the Wi-Fi password, he connects to the internet, most of the time he enters the router settings, and you have to change the password and user name for the router settings, through which you enter the settings in order to change the Wi-Fi password or do any other settings, in the event that there is more than one person connected to your internet, and every time you change the Wi-Fi password, he connects to the internet,

  • In the browser, type into the address bar.
  • - Now you'll see a page with two boxes, "Username and Password," and this information is usually found on the back side of the router, or you can call the Internet provider to find it.
  • You're now within your router's settings after inputting this information. Look for the "Administration" option in the side menu.
  • Now a menu with various options emerges, from which we select "User Management."
  • On this page, you must first input the old password in the appropriate field, then enter the new password in the appropriate field, re-type it, and then click the "Save" button.
  • You must log out and then log back in using the new password after completing these instructions.

Change Your Computer's Wifi Password

Because almost all routers in the globe use the same link, you must perform the next instructions on your computer using any browser available to you.

  • In the browser's Internet addresses area, type
  • After that, click the login button and enter your username and password.
  • Internal processes vary depending on the type of router, but you must first look for the "WLAN" button and then proceed to it.
  • Now, in the place of the SSID, you will see multiple black spots, which are the old Wi-Fi password, and you must now input the new password that you want to use, which should comprise numbers, characters, and symbols to make hacking more difficult, and then click on the "Save" button.

From Your Phone, Change The Wifi Password

When it comes to changing the Wi-Fi password, the mother doesn't see much of a difference between using a computer and a mobile phone. This must be done through the mobile browser, not through any other programme or application. You can do so by following the instructions below:

  • It is recommended to use the Google Chrome browser, then go to the side menu and select "Desktop Site." When you click on it, Google Chrome will transform into a design that resembles that of a desktop or computer, making it easier to operate.
  • To access the router settings, dial and enter the user name and password.
  • Go to the WLAN now and update the password via the SSID.