How to change Wi-Fi password

Here are the steps to change the Wi-Fi password on a router in Bangladesh:

Note: Make sure you're connected to the router, either via a wired connection or wirelessly.

  1. Open a Web Browser: Launch a web browser on your computer or mobile device. Any standard browser like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, or Microsoft Edge will work.

  2. Enter the Router's IP Address: Type the IP address of your router into the address bar of the browser. The default IP addresses are often or Press Enter.

  3. Login to the Router: Enter the router's username and password when prompted. The default credentials are usually:

    • Username: admin
    • Password: admin

    If you've changed these login details and forgotten them, you may need to reset the router to factory settings.

  4. Navigate to Wireless Settings: Find the section related to wireless settings. This might be labeled as "Wireless," "Wireless Settings," or "Wireless Security."

  5. Locate the Security or Password Section: Look for a field that displays the current Wi-Fi password. It might be labeled as "Wireless Password," "WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK," or something similar.

  6. Change the Wi-Fi Password: Enter the new password you want to use for your Wi-Fi network. Make sure to choose a strong, secure password.

  7. Save or Apply Changes: After entering the new Wi-Fi password, find and click on the "Save" or "Apply" button. The router will take a moment to update its settings.

  8. Reconnect Devices: Once the changes are saved, you'll need to reconnect your devices to the Wi-Fi network using the new password. Search for available Wi-Fi networks on your devices, select the updated network, and enter the new password when prompted.

  9. Logout: For security reasons, it's advisable to log out of the router's web interface. Look for a "Logout" or "Sign Out" option and click on it.

That's it! You have successfully changed the Wi-Fi password on your router.