If you are using a Syrotech router for your wireless home network and want to access the router settings you are in the right place. In this article we are going to show you how to access the Syrotech router settings properly and also tell you how to make a few small changes in the settings that will drastically improve your wireless network security.
So, let’s begin.
- What You Need:
- What Are The Default Syrotech Admin Login Details?
- Login To Syrotech Router Step-By-Step
- Change The Syrotech Admin Password
- Change The Syrotech Network Name And Password
- Final Words
What You Need:
- Device to connect to the router (computer, smartphone or tablet)
- Access to the network (wired or wireless)
- The default or custom Syrotech admin username and password
What Are The Default Syrotech Admin Login Details?
- Default IP address: 192.168.1.1
- Default username: admin
- Default password: Syro@43210$
NOTE: If these default admin login details have been changed earlier please use the new/custom username and password to login to your Syrotech router.
Login To Syrotech Router Step-By-Step
When you prepare everything we have mentioned above, you should easily access the Syrotech router admin dashboard. Now, let’s see what are the Syrotech router login steps and explain each step a little more.
STEP 1 – Connect To Your Network
The device you want to use to access the router settings needs to be connected to the network. It is up to you and the device capabilities whether you are going to use the network cable to connect to the router or you are going to use the wireless password and connect over Wi-Fi. Although we recommend connecting using a wired connection, connecting over WiFi is also a good option, but you will be disconnected from the network when you save some changes. If that happens, simply login again and continue modifying the router settings.
STEP 2 – Launch Your Web Browser
All the devices we are using today have a web browser preinstalled. The web browser helps us to access the router settings. You don’t have to have an active internet connection in order to access the router settings. However, some older web browsers may have some compatibility issues with the web-based utility. Because of that it is recommended to use the latest version of your web browser.
STEP 3 – Enter The Syrotech IP In The URL Bar
The default Syrotech IP address is 192.168.1.1. You need to enter this IP into the URL (Address) bar of the router and press Enter on the keyboard or the Go/Return button on your mobile device. After that you should see the Syrotech router login page.
In case the router login page doesn’t appear, please check whether 192.168.1.1 is the correct router IP address (Default Gateway). Also, make sure you are typing the IP address correctly. Some people tend to type a letter that looks like a number. For example: l instead of 1, O instead of 0. This is a mistake because the IP address is made of numbers.
STEP 4 – Enter The Syrotech Admin Username And Password
If you see the router login page now, just enter the username and password we have mentioned above or copy and paste these:
Default username: admin
Default password: Syro@43210$
Type the provided verification code in the corresponding field and click on the Login button.
NOTE: The admin username and password are case-sensitive so pay attention if you decide to type them manually.
If you have a new admin username and password please login with the custom ones. But if you can’t remember the custom admin login details you will have to reset the router to its default factory settings.
STEP 5 – You Have Accessed The Syrotech Router Settings
If this is the first time you are logging into the router settings you will be asked to change the default admin username and password after you click on the Login button. If it isn’t the first time, you will be taken to the router configuration page. You will see the router settings grouped in the menu so you shouldn’t have any problems finding the settings you want to change.
If you aren’t sure what you are doing, please create a backup of the current router settings. This will make it easier to fix everything if you mess things up.
Now, we would like to recommend you to change a few settings that will make your network more secure than before.
Change The Syrotech Admin Password
Syrotech routers offer you to change the default admin password when you install the router for the first time. In case you have skipped this step or you want to change the admin username and password again, this is where you will find this option.
After you login to your Syrotech router click on Management in the horizontal menu at the top.
The Access Control page will open automatically and you will have the option to change the admin login password.
You can’t change the default username, and to be honest, there is no need to do that.
To change the admin password you have to enter the old password first in the Old Password field.
After that enter the new password in the corresponding field and enter the new password again in the Confirm Password field.
Finally click on the Save/Apply button. If you get logged off the router, you need to login again with the new admin password.
Change The Syrotech Network Name And Password
If you want to change the default Syrotech network name and password and make it more personal and stronger, follow these steps.
In the horizontal menu at the top click on Network and then on WLAN in the secondary menu at the top.
WLAN Basic will be selected automatically. Find the SSID field. Here you can change the network name into something more personal and recognizable.
If you want to change just the network name you can click the Apply Settings button now.
In order to change the wireless password, you need to click on WLAN Security in the menu on the left.
Select your SSID from the SSID Type drop-down list.
Then select WPA2 Mixed as Encryption, and check the Personal (Pre-Shared Key) radio button in the Authentication Mode section.
In the Pre-Shared Key field enter the new wireless password. You should set up a strong wireless password that is not easy-to-guess. It is also recommended to make it more than 10 characters long.
Click on the Apply Settings button to save the new network name and password. If you have been connected to the network over WiFi you should be disconnected now. Connect again and also don’t forget to reconnect your other wireless devices to the network.
NOTE: It is recommended to change the wireless password every few months.
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Being able to login to your Syrotech wireless router is pretty important. Besides changing some settings in order to manage your network and make it more secure, there are also other options you can take advantage of, like port forwarding if you are into gaming, checking your network status, and so on.
However, make sure to write down the admin login details. You’ll have to use them again in case you want to login to the Syrotech router and change some settings.
Hey, I’m David. I’ve been working as a wireless network engineer and a network administrator for 15 years. During my studies, I also worked as an ISP field technician – that’s when I met Jeremy.
I hold a bachelor’s degree in network engineering and a master’s degree in computer science and engineering. I’m also a Cisco-certified service provider.
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