This guide will walk you through the process of setting up your wireless router without an Ethernet cable. From connecting the devices to signing in to your account, this post will take you through all the steps to set up your wireless connection properly.
Connect the devices
Before we get started, we need to assemble the devices we’ll need:
▪ Wireless router and modem (connected and powered on)
▪ Computer with an Ethernet cable to connect to the modem
▪ WiFi-enabled devices such as a laptop or tablet
The first step in connecting your wireless router is assembling all of the necessary parts. After this, you should plug your computer into the modem with an Ethernet cable and power on your wireless router. If your wireless router has an integrated modem, it should automatically power up. Otherwise, you will need to turn on the modem before turning on the wireless router.
Connect to your modem
First, plug your modem into the power outlet. Once you have done that, it’s time to connect your modem to the wireless router.
There are two different ways you can do this depending on the type of router you have. Some routers will have an Ethernet cable slot whereas others will have a port with a place for a cable.
If your router has a slot for an Ethernet cable, simply take one end of the cable and insert it into one of the four slots found on the back of the modem. Then take the other end of your Ethernet cable and insert it into one of the four slots found on the back of your wireless router.
If your wireless router has a port for connecting with an Ethernet cable, simply take one end of the Ethernet cable and insert it into one square hole in order to establish a connection between your modem and wireless router.
Set up router settings before connecting
Before you get started with setting up your wireless router, it’s important to tackle some of the settings first. This includes password protection and changing the router name, which is set up during installation.
It’s also important to plan ahead by making sure that your wireless devices are on the same Wi-Fi network, so they can communicate with each other. This will come in handy later when you’re setting up your wireless connection.
Connect to Wi-Fi network
First, you’ll need to find your wireless network name and password. To do this, you’ll need to login to your modem or router.
After logging in, look for the wireless settings. Once you’ve found it, it should have a list of devices currently connected to the network.
Next, click on the wireless tab and select “Add New Device.” This will open up a window where you can manually input your Wi-Fi information.
Type in your SSID, which is the name of your network, and then type in your password or key in the password once prompted. Then hit “Finish” when you’re done!
Login to the internet
After connecting to the Wi-Fi network, you’ll need to log in to the internet. This will allow you to access the internet and any websites or services that require an internet connection.
To do this, open up your web browser by clicking on the icon on your computer’s toolbar. Once it’s open, type in “http://www.google.com” into the address bar and hit enter. This will open up Google’s homepage in your browser, allowing you to browse the internet!
Change router settings
Now that you’re connected to Wi-Fi and have access to the internet, it’s time to change some of your router settings! These changes will give you more control over your router and allow for
Check internet connection
Before you can set up your wireless connection, ensure that your modem is connected to the internet. If you’re experiencing any connectivity issues, please refer to the following troubleshooting guide.
A wireless router is a device that connects to your modem and distributes a Wi-Fi signal. This guide will show you how to set up a wireless router without an Ethernet cable.
First, connect the devices. Make sure that your modem and Wi-Fi router are both plugged in and turned on. Next, connect to your modem. After the modem is connected, you’ll be able to connect to the Wi-Fi network. Your computer or device will automatically connect to the internet once it’s connected to the Wi-Fi network. This is the best way to get online without an Ethernet cable!