Are your neighbors all connected to your WiFi network connection? If that is the case, then you should really need to change your password now. For iBall Baton router users, this article is for you. We will teach how a simple how-to guide to change iBall Baton password.
Change iBall Baton Password
This is a simple guide to show you how to change iBall Baton password. Try to follow the instruction carefully so you will be able to do this right even for the first time.
Do not be so hasty as to prevent missing some important details or important step. Otherwise, there are two possible worst case scenarios that will happen. One is you will not be locked out of your own WiFi connection. The second is you will have to do this procedure all over again but this time; you will start from resetting the router to its factory settings.
- First is to open your web browser. Any web browser is allowed as long as it is functional. It could be Google Chrome, Opera Browser, or Mozilla Firefox.
- Go to the search bar area and type http://192.168.l.l. (This is the default login IP Address of routers, to learn how to find login ip adress of routers you can read How to Find Router’s IP Address in Windows Computers.)
- Press enter and a login prompt will show.
- Enter admin for the username and password for the password.
- Normally, you will enter the user interface with those default login details. If ever you or someone has already changed the default name and password, then that is going to be a bit of a problem. That will involve resetting the router to factory settings. But if it is not the case and you entered the user interface in one click then let’s proceed.
- Find the Network Setup > Wireless > Wireless Security.
- Go to the Pre-Shared Key and in there you will find your old WiFi password.
- Click on that old password to highlight and start typing your new preferred password.
- Click the Apply Changes and exit or close the browser.
- By this time, your devices will not be connected to the WiFi network anymore. Don’t worry, it is normal because you have already changed the WiFi password. Just connect again using the new password you entered. That’s it.
Use a password combination that is easy for you to remember. Keep in mind that you have no one else to ask about it because it was your choice of password combination. Unless you already told someone about it then I suppose you will have a savior. But if the worst-case scenario happens, save a copy of the new WiFi password to your email or any way you could keep the password for yourself.
Share only the password to those you want to share your WiFi connection with. If in case that you have to share the password with other people aside from your family and trusted fellow, make it a habit of changing the password regularly. Like perhaps, weekly or a monthly basis. Other than that, you are good to go. Happy browsing.
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