The Linksys Router Login carries a feature that may run the third-party firmware like OpenWrt, Tomato. A person can update the router firmware, although it isn’t recommended to update only in the case of errors. You can set up Linksys WRT1200AC router setup using the Smart Setup Wizard.
Requirements for establishing your Linksys Router Login Smart Setup Wizard-WRT1200AC:
The requirements must certainly be met in order to avoid any problems throughout the setup:
- Microsoft Edge™
- Internet Explorer® 8 or higher
- The latest version of Chrome™ and Firefox®
- Safari® (for Mac® or iPad®)
Material Set up
- Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Router
- Ethernet (RJ-45) cables
- A computer with an Ethernet port
Active Internet connection
You can access the Internet, by connecting the modem to the computer having an Ethernet cable as shown in the image below:
If you may not have a modem, then connect the cable given by your Internet Service Provider (ISP) right to the computer’s Ethernet Port.
If your WRT1200AC was included with external antennas, connect the antennas to the router first and then plug in the router to an electric source. If your router features an on / off switch, be sure that the ability switch is defined to the ON position. You have to wait until the power LED is solid.
Connect the Ethernet cable from your own modem to the Internet port of the WRT1200AC.
Connect with the secured wireless network. You are able to locate the wireless credentials at the end of the router. To avoid any problems during setup, be sure that you have an excellent signal from the router or bring the wireless computer nearer to the same router as WRT1200AC.
Launch your internet browser and enter “http://linksyssmartwifi.com” in the address bar.
Besides I have read and accepted the License Terms for applying this software tick the checkbox and then click on Next to proceed.
If the Linksys Router Login Smart Setup screen doesn’t appear, press the Reset button at the trunk of the router for 10 seconds, turn the router OFF and then turn it ON. Wait a couple of seconds for the router and then start at Step 1 again.