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A wireless router is a sense that performs the function of the router but also includes the function of a wireless access point and a network switch. It is commonly used to provide access to the Internet or to some other computer network. It doesn’t require a cable connection. It can work on LAN (local area network), wireless only LAN (WLAN), or in dough/wireless wired networks.
The latest wireless routers have the following characteristics:LAN ports function in the same way as the ports of a network switch.A WAN port that connects to a wide network, generally one with Internet access. External destinations are accessed using this port.
A wireless antenna that allows connection to other wireless devices, such as NIC, wireless repeater, wireless access pointsl, and wireless bridges. These antennas generally use raw Wi-Fi.
Some wireless routers also include DSL or cable modems in addition to other components. (translatewiki) Router Placement becomes Access Pint
Basically Wireless Routers when newly purchased have their own IP for example 192.168.1.1 which is why routers are generally in private schemes connected to modems. But in the network scheme that we build because the internet network will be controlled by the Server Computer and IP 192.168.0.1 has been given to the Server Computer. So how much is the router’s IP?
With demikia then we have to update the IP wireless router so that it can function as an access point. In this example I use a Wireless Router TP-Link type TL-WR340G.
Although the router functions the same but the entire ip settings display is the same. There is a disparity at an exclusive point. So the following wireless router IP change setting is to use wireless router TP-Link type TL-WR340G.
The question is how much ip number will be given to the router in
Our scheme above? Let’s get started, follow the steps below.
1) Connect Modem + Laptop / PC + TP-Link Router on OFF terms, such as the following image: Router IP settings as Access Point
two) There are actually several ways to do this router setting, and I choose how to use using a web browser.
three) To be able to set the router, we must enter the web admin by typing the IP router in the Web Browser, and generally the generic IP used is: 192.168.0.1 (again this IP can be different for brands out of sync)
4) When asked username & password, enter the default username & password router (the description is in the manual), generally, username: admin, password : admin
5) After logging in on the web Administration of TP-Link routers, it is advisable to change the IP router / TP-Link, because the server computer has used IP: 192.168.0.1
6) Go to the menu: Network -> LAN replaces the TP-Link IP, in this case, I update the TP-Link IP as: 192.168.0.20 (number 20 on the back is an unused number in the network) and Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
7) It is also recommended to change the default password by specifying the dish: System Tools -> Password in addition to the option of renewing the password, there is also a recommended to change the default username.
8) Restart TP-Link using specifying dish: System Tools -> Reboot
9) Wait some time, & make it to the router/TP-Link admin webpage, use the new IP: 192.168.0.20 & enter the new username & password
10) After going to the administrator page, select the dish: Quick Setup & follow the next steps (click the NEXT button)
11) At the time of Choose WAN Connection Type, select Dynamic IP; click the NEXT button
12) On the Wireless page:Wireless Radio: EnableSSID: the contents use the id name that will be broadcast when the WiFi signal is broadcastRegion: IndonesiaChannel: ignore by default (In my case, replaced using 11 ** commonly used channel **)Mode: 54Mbps (802.11g)Click [Next] and click again [Finish]
13) Next, the Gateway &DNS settings are in sync with the Server Computer settings, going into the dish: Network -> WANClick Renew in the Gateway section, & fill in using IP Server Computer: 192.168.0.1Select/checklist the Use These DNS Server sectionPrimary DNS: 203.130.196.fiveSecondary DNS: 188.8.131.52Save
14) Next, the setting for the security router, so that it can not be used by ready by choosing a Wireless -> Wireless Setting dish (here is the setting model that I use, you are able to determine settings that are not synchronized using the example below)Some settings have been selected in sync with previous settingsSelect/Click [Enable Wireless Security]Security Type: WEPSecurity Option: AutomaticWEP Key Format: HexadecimalKey1: 123454321 (please change as you wish); Key Type: 64bitClick [Save]
15) Until this stage, the router has been able to be used, but to be more sure, there are some things that can be set first before the router is rebooted
16) Setting the IP range of the DHCP Client on its TP-Link using specifying dishes: DHCP -> DHCP Setting, the contents of the IP range as desired, for example: Start IP Address: 192.168.0.100 & End IP Address: 192.168.0.199, click [SAVE]
17) Also check the Time setting using specifying dishes: System Tools -> Time adjust using timezone & when you, click [SAVE]
18) Reboot the TP-Link router using specifying dishes: System Tools -> Reboot
19) Your TP-Link router is ready to use. Unplug the Router LAN cable from laptop/PC & turn it on
WiFi, try to create a wifi search (SSID) router & add WEP that has been set on
when connecting to the router.
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