If you use an Intex wireless router and want to make some changes you need to know the Intex router login details. The steps presented in this article will allow you to access the router settings. Just make sure to get everything ready before you try to login and then follow the steps described below.
So, let’s begin!
What You Need:
- Intex wireless router
- WiFi or Wired access to the local network
- Default Intex admin login details (or the custom ones)
- Computer, tablet or smartphone
What Are The Default Intex Router Details?
The Intex default router login details can be found printed on a label which is mostly under the router. Use the details printed there, and if you don’t have that label, try the following login details.
Default IP address: 192.168.0.1
Default password: admin
How To Login To Intex Router?
You will easily access your Intex router settings if you have everything ready. Just follow the steps described below and you will see the admin dashboard in a minute or two.
STEP 1 – Connect The Device To The Network
To access the router settings your device needs to be connected to the network. Depending on the device capabilities you can connect using a network cable or using the wireless connection. The wired connection is recommended because it is more stable, you can easily login and change some router settings over WiFi without any problems.
STEP 2 – Launch The Browser On The Device
Find the web browser on your device and launch it. It is a pretty handy way to access the router’s admin dashboard. And since we are not visiting a live website, it is not necessary to have a working Internet connection.
STEP 3 – Enter The Intex IP In The Address Bar
The default IP address for Intex routers is 192.168.0.1. Enter this IP in the browser’s address bar and press the Enter key on the keyboard. If the IP is the router’s default gateway, you will see the Intex router login page.
However, if you get an error message, check whether your device is connected and then find the router’s Default Gateway to confirm whether 192.168.0.1 is the correct router IP address. If there is a different IP next to the Default Gateway, use that one.
STEP 4 – Enter The Intex Admin Password
If the IP address is correct you will have to enter the router login password in the new page. We have already said that the default Intex router password is admin, so type it in the required field and press the Login button.
STEP 5 – Start Managing The Intex Settings
At this point, after you click the Login button you should be redirected to the Intex router web-based interface. You shouldn’t have any problems finding the settings you want to change.
Some of the settings we always recommend changing are the default admin password, and the default network name and wireless password. These settings will make your network a bit more protected, so changing the default settings is something you should do as soon as possible.
How To Change The Default Intex Admin Password?
The admin password allows us to access the router settings. If you keep the default one, anyone who is connected to your network can easily access your router settings. So, we recommend changing it, but make sure to remember both the default one and the custom admin password. Even better, write them down after you finish configuring your router.
To change the admin password, you need to login to your Intex router and then click on System Tools in the top menu.
After that select Change Password in the submenu and fill in the required fields with the old and new admin password. Don’t forget to click the OK button to save the changes.
If you aren’t logged out automatically, make sure to log out and login again with the new admin password.
How To Change The Default Intex SSID (Network Name)?
Changing the default network name is also important, just as changing the wireless password.
After you login to your router settings. Click on Wireless Settings in the top menu. The sub-menu will appear and Wireless Basic Settings should be selected automatically.
In the Primary SSID field delete the old network name and type the new one.
Click OK to save and apply the changes.
How To Change The Default WiFi Password?
The default WiFi password is the next thing you need to change. In fact, it is recommended to change the wireless password every three months. We recommend this because today we tend to share our WiFi password with everyone that comes to our place.
So, after you access the router settings as described above, you should click on Wireless Settings in the main menu. After that click on Wireless Security in the secondary menu.
If you are using just one network name scroll down to the Key field. However, if you are using two or more network names, make sure to select the one from the drop-down list in the Select SSID section, and then go to the Key field.
Here you can delete the old wireless password and type the new one. Make sure that the new one is 10-12 characters long and that it is a combination of special characters, numbers, and small and capital letters.
Click OK to save the changes and make sure to update the WiFi password on all your wireless devices.
As you can see it is not that difficult to access the Intex router admin dashboard. Finding the settings you want to change is even easier but be careful when you are doing that. It is better to leave the settings as they are if you don’t understand what you are changing. A small mistake can make your network unstable and even unusable. If you can’t revert the settings back to the initial values you might need to reset the router to factory defaults and set up your home network again.
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