Changing Wi-Fi Network Name and Password Belong

Changing Wi-Fi Network Name and Password

Your Belong modem comes with Wi-Fi capability allowing you to connect multiple devices to the internet at once with a secure password. If you’d like to change your Wi-Fi network name (SSID) or password, you can do this when connected to your home network via Ethernet or Wi-Fi.
 
How to change your Wi-Fi network name or password
 
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Belong 4353 modem 
  1. Make sure your Belong modem is plugged in and your device is connected to your Belong network.
  2. Open a new internet browser. In the URL bar enter: http://10.0.0.138 (this is your default gateway access - these details can also be found at the back or bottom of your Belong modem).
  3. Enter the username: admin and password: Belong (these can also be found at the back or bottom) of your Belong modem.
  4. Once you’re through to the next page, select ‘Wi-Fi’.
  5. Select ‘2.4GHz’ or ‘5GHz’ depending on which Wi-Fi network you want to change. Check ‘Enable’ is set to ‘On’.
  6. From here you can customise both the ‘Network Name’ (SSID) field and ‘Network Key’ (password) field.
  7. Scroll down and click ‘Apply’. 
Once changed, any devices that are currently connected (or were previously connected) will be removed from the network and will need to connect again using the new details.
 
Your modem transmits a signal on a particular channel. Changing the channel can improve coverage and help avoid interference. With some trial and error, you may find one channel that works best for you - we suggest trying channels 1, 6 and 11 for 2.4GHz and channels 36, 52, 100, 132 and 149 for 5GHz WiFi network.
 
Sagemcom F@st 4315
  1. Open your web browser and navigate to 10.0.0.138 in the address bar
  2. When prompted for a username and password to login to your modem page, enter the username and password located on the back of your modem (Note: these are case sensitive)
  3. Select ‘Wireless’ on the main page
  4. From the ‘Wireless’ drop down menu select 'Basic' 
  5. Customise the Network Name in the SSID field and then click ‘Apply’
  6. To customise the wireless password, select the ‘Security’ menu and edit the WPA/WAPI passphrase field then click ‘Apply’
Once changed, any devices that are currently connected, or were previously connected, will be removed from the network and will need to connect again using the new details.
 
Your modem transmits a signal on a particular channel. Changing the channel can improve coverage and help avoid interference. With some trial and error, you may find one channel that works best for you – we suggest trying channels 1, 6 and 11.
  
Technicolor TG797n V3 modem 
  1. Open your web browser and navigate to 10.0.0.138 in the address bar
  2. Select ‘Wireless’ on the main page or under Local Network
  3. Select ‘Configure the main WLAN’
  4. Edit the ‘Network Name’ in the SSID field and the ‘Wireless Password’ in the WPA-PSK Encryption Key field then click Apply
Once changed, any devices that are currently connected, or were previously connected, will be removed from the network and will need to connect again using the new details.

Your modem transmits a signal on a particular channel. Changing the channel can improve coverage and help avoid interference. With some trial and error, you may find one channel that works best for you – we suggest trying channels 1, 6 and 11.
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