note: This router does not have ADSL capability
an ADSL modem can be plugged into the WAN port.
If you already have a connection with Redde.Net follow these instructions for connecting a Linksys Wireless router:
Redde.net Connection - Direct to Computer
Wireless Connection with a LINKSYS Wireless router and VOIP
Connect the Ethernet cable coming from the wall plate/antenna to the power adapter then connect the short black lead to the Internet Port on the router. Using an Ethernet cable, connect the router to the computer (Ethernet port to Ethernet port) as show above. Connect a standard telephone to the Phone1 socket on the router.
If you have an existing ADSL Connection follow these instructions:
Existing ADSL Connection shown above.
ADSL WITH WIRELESS ROUTER
Connect your cables as show in the picture above.
Connect the telephone line coming from the wall socket/ADSL Filter to the ADSL modem as before. Using two Ethernet cables connect the Modem to the Router (Ethernet port to Internet port) and connect the Router to the Computer (Ethernet port to Ethernet port). Connect a standard telephone to the Phone1 socket on the Router.
Ethernet (RJ-45) Plug
Connect the power cables to the LINKSYS router and ADSL Modem and turn them on. Boot up your PC. Once you get everything connected:
Open Internet Explorer and in the address field type the IP address of the Router: 192.168.15.1 as show below:
NOTE: You can not configure the router over the wireless link, you must be connected by CABLE to the router. Once the Router is configured you can disconnect the cable between the computer and the router and start using the wireless link, providing your computer has a wireless adapter.
User Name is admin and the password is admin
Basic Setup Window show above
Enter your correct Time Zone
Click on Save Settings
Next, click on Wireless > Basic Wireless Settings
Your settings should be the same as those shown below:
Click on Wireless Security
Select WPA PRE-SHARED KEY as show below
This window will open
Enter a very good WPA Shared Key, one you can remember and one that would be hard to crack.
This key will be used when you log on to the wireless link.
Click on SAVE SETTINGS
- This page last updated on 2 Sep 2017