If you are facing any issue with Your Linksys router then go through below given common FAQ for Linksys Wireless Router.

Access the Reset button on the web menu.

Access the physical Reset Button located at the back of the Amped High Power Router.

Launch a web browser on your computer or wireless device.

Enter wireless router default web address or IP address into browser address bar.

Next, enter router login credentials and login successfully into your router GUI.

You can change the router password, not the username of the router.

  • Login to your router.
  • Visit Maintenance menu and choose Set Password.
  • Type your router old and then the new password.
  • Click on the Apply button to save the changes.

With an access point a wireless router can support up to 250 devices. The more the more, more it affects the wireless speed.

Login to your router user interface, visit advanced settings and then download fresh firmware version. Later locate the downloaded file and upgrade it to the previous version.

Yes, you can, simply log in to router GUI.

Acquire the IP address device or computer is using. Go to Maintenance Menu and then Advanced Menu or later the Address Reservation.

Yes, the wireless router comes with WPA2™ / WPA™ security enabled. In some cases, the older network needs a software update to support WPA2™ / WPA™.

By the use of router’s browser-based utility.

Press and hold the Reset button for about 10 seconds.

  •    Run the Setup program once again on your router CD.
  •    For the moment deactivate computer’s firewall.
  •    One more time run the Setup program on your Router CD.
  •    Just in case, you have any other computer, make use of it.

Start with setting up your wireless router by a wired connection.

  •    Type router setting page (username and password).
  •    Now, reset the password of your router.
  •    Visit Wireless section of your wireless router.
  •    In the end, save the changes by clicking on Save button.
  • Ensure your router has a correct WAN connection.
  •    Check if the adapter is set to acquire IP automatically.
  •    Validate if your computer can access the internet through other network settings.
  •    Verify ISP Internet settings and information related to it.

Make sure your router has updated firmware version.

Try switching to control channels with a lesser amount of interference.

Minimize interference around your router.

Secure your wireless network by the use of WPA2.

By default, the majority of router manufacturers make use of 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 as their default LAN IP address.

  • Detach any cable that is connecting the modem to the router.
  •    Next, plug in modem power adapter and verify or check the LED to make sure modem is working.
  •    Now, connect your router to the modem. Take one end of the Ethernet cable and attach it to the modem and other ends to router        internet port.
  •    Connect your router to the computer by the use of an Ethernet cable.
  •    At last plug, the router power adapter and check LED lights.