To set up a Belkin Wi-Fi router, connect the router to a modem, turn on the modem, plug in the router and connect the computer to the router. Enter the router's Internet protocol address into a Web browser, log in to the system and follow the router set up prompts.
Run through the following steps to set up a Belkin Wi-Fi router.
- Connect the router to a modem
- Power up the modem and router
- Connect the computer
- Visit the setup page
- Choose an administrative password
- Adjust the wireless settings
- Select connection settings
- Confirm the connection
- Test the connection
Connect the router to a modem using an Ethernet cable. The cable should plug into the Internet or wide area network port on the device.
Turn on the modem before powering up the router. Next, plug in the router and turn it on.
Connect the router to a computer using an Ethernet cable.
Enter the router's IP address into the Web address bar in a browser. Log in by leaving the password field blank.
Choose an administrative password to make changes to the router settings.
To change the wireless network name, provide the administrative password and enter in a new service set identifier name.
Choose a connection type to connect the router to the Internet. This information is available through the Internet service provider.
Apply changes to the settings to confirm the connection.
Test the connection by visiting a website.