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If you need to change your Wi-Fi passwords, follow the steps below.

Note: These instructions relate to the MyRepublic Wifi Hub+, MyRepublic Halo and TP-Link modems. If you're using your own modem, please contact the manufacturer to find out the best way of changing your Wi-Fi passwords.

Changing Wi-Fi Username and Password

Wifi Hub+

  1. Connect a laptop or PC directly to your modem via ethernet cable
  2.     Open a webpage
  3.     Enter 192.168.1.1 in the address bar
  4.     In 'username' and 'password' field, type 'admin' and 'admin'
  5.     Click on the 'Wireless' tab
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  6.    Scroll down to 'Access Point' and can change the 'SSID' name (this is the Wi-Fi network name) and alter the 'wireless password'.

 

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Halo Modem

  1. Connect a laptop of PC directly to your modem via ethernet cable
  2. Open a webpage
  3. Enter 192.168.1.1 in the address bar
  4. In 'username' and 'password' field type 'admin' and 'admin'
  5. Click on the 'Settings' icon beside the wi-fi 2.4 GHz or Wi-Fi 5 GHz tab mceclip1.png
  6. Go to 'Basic' tab, you can change the 'SSID' name (this is the Wi-fi name). Scroll down and go to 'Security' to alter the 'password.' Click on 'Apply' for the changes to take effect

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TP-Link Modem

  1. Connect a laptop of PC directly to your modem via ethernet cable
  2. Open a webpage
  3. Enter 192.168.1.1 in the address bar
  4. In 'username' and 'password' field type 'admin' and 'admin'
  5. Login to the modem and go to Basic > Wireless > Wireless Settings page
  6. Select 2.4GHz or 5GHz to change the corresponding settings. mceclip11.png
  7. Set the password as required mceclip9.png

 

Default password

MyRepublic will send you a Wi-Fi fridge magnet with the default username and password for the Halo and WiFi Hub+ modems. If you cannot locate this, the default password is also shown on the underside or back of your modem.

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