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How to Configure a Trendnet TEW-651BR Router as an Access Point

How to Configure a Trendnet TEW-651BR Router as an Access Point

If you have a Trendnet TEW-651BR router and you want to use it as an access point to extend your wireless network, you can do so by following these simple steps. An access point is a device that allows wireless devices to connect to a wired network. By configuring your router as an access point, you can increase the coverage and performance of your wireless network.

Configurar Router Trendnet Tew-651br Como Access Point

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Before you start, make sure you have the following:

  • A computer with an Ethernet port and a web browser.

  • A Trendnet TEW-651BR router with the latest firmware installed.

  • An Ethernet cable to connect the router to your existing network.

  • A power adapter to plug in the router.

Here are the steps to configure your router as an access point:

  • Connect your computer to one of the LAN ports on the back of the router using the Ethernet cable. Do not connect anything to the WAN port.

  • Open your web browser and type in the address bar. This is the default IP address of the router. Press Enter.

  • You will see a login page asking for a username and password. The default username is admin and the default password is admin. Enter them and click Login.

  • You will see the router's web interface. Click on Wireless on the left menu.

  • Under Wireless Settings, change the Wireless Mode to Access Point.

  • Under Access Point Settings, change the SSID to a name that you want for your wireless network. You can also change the Channel and Security Mode if you want, but make sure they match with your existing network settings.

  • Click Save Settings.

  • Click on Lan Setup on the left menu.

  • Under Lan Settings, change the Lan IP Address to an IP address that is in the same range as your existing network, but does not conflict with any other device. For example, if your existing network uses 192.168.1.x addresses, you can use for the router.

  • Click Save Settings.

  • Disconnect your computer from the router and connect the router's WAN port to your existing network using another Ethernet cable.

  • Plug in the power adapter and turn on the router.

  • Your router is now configured as an access point and ready to use.

Congratulations! You have successfully configured your Trendnet TEW-651BR router as an access point. You can now connect your wireless devices to your new wireless network and enjoy faster and wider coverage.

If you encounter any problems or have any questions while configuring your router as an access point, you can refer to the user manual or the online support page of Trendnet. You can also contact their customer service for further assistance.

Configuring your router as an access point is a great way to extend your wireless network and improve your internet experience. However, you should also take some precautions to secure your network and prevent unauthorized access. Here are some tips to keep your network safe:

  • Change the default username and password of your router to something more secure and unique. Do not use the same password for different devices or accounts.

  • Use a strong encryption method for your wireless network, such as WPA2-PSK. Avoid using weak or outdated methods, such as WEP or WPA.

  • Disable the remote management feature of your router if you do not need it. This feature allows you to access your router's web interface from anywhere on the internet, but it also exposes your router to potential hackers.

  • Update the firmware of your router regularly to fix any bugs or vulnerabilities. You can check for firmware updates on the Trendnet website or through the router's web interface.

By following these steps and tips, you can configure your Trendnet TEW-651BR router as an access point and enjoy a fast and reliable wireless network. 0efd9a6b88

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