Category: Tutorials

192.168.1.3 – Home Computer Network IP Address Explained

192.168.1.3 is an IP address in the private IP range. It is generally used in home wireless networks where the router automatically assigns IP addresses to the connected networking devices. All the devices in your home network which support DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) will receive an IP …

How To Setup A Wireless Router

Over the years, technology has helped enhance the lives of innumerable people. Much of the credit can be given to the advancement of the Internet. In order to fully advantage from the Internet, it is absolutely vital to obtain a good wireless router, which will give you the …

How To Choose a Wireless Router – Things to consider before purchase

Even if you’re relatively tech-savvy, routers can be a complete mystery – aside from recognizing the word “WiFi”, you probably don’t have a clue what most of the other specifications indicate. That’s completely fine – you don’t have to. We’re here to help. Below, you’ll find a short, …

SSID (Network Name) and How to Change it?

SSID stands for Service Set Identifier and basically represents the wireless network name which helps us distinguish our wireless network from the other networks in ranges. The SSID can be 32 characters long and changing the SSID is one of the measures we can take in order to …

Why And How To Secure Your Wireless Router

Protecting your wireless network is something you have to and can do on your own. The tips below will require from you to login to the router’s configuration page i.e. the web-based utility. Before you start make sure to have all the necessary details like router’s IP, username …

How to Reset Your Router to Factory Defaults

You can’t login to your router? The default username and password don’t work? Already tried everything you could think of and still no success? Fortunately, there is one last solution – resetting your router to factory settings. By doing this it actually means that all the settings will …