You first need to find out your router’s IP address. Every operating system does this differently. For Windows 10, this means going to the Start menu, typing in “Command Prompt,” opening the program, typing in “ipconfig” and pressing “Enter.” Your router’s IP should be displayed in the “Default Gateway” line. Access your router.
Apart from having a Public IP address, your router or modem also has a private IP, or internal IP that is used to communicate with devices in the local network. The modem or router will usually assign itself at the first IP in the subnet, something like 192.168.0.1 , 192.168.1.1 or others. Bridge-mode vs IP Pass-through - Setup Information | AT&T Oct 19, 2017 How To Setup an Asus Router - Tech Junkie May 23, 2019 Configuration Guide - Asus
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Wireless-AC 1300 Dual Band Gigabit Router - Asus Setting up your router using the Quick Internet Setup Wizard. To set up your router using QIS ((Quick Internet Setup): 1. Press the power button at the back of your router. Ensure that the Power, LAN and WAN LEDs are on. 2. Launch your web browser such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, or …
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