Network and Tech Support

Customing your WiFi Network depends on the router you received from MyRepublic. Please choose one below.

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MyRepublic WiFi Hub+

Login to your Wifi Hub+ by typing 192.168.1.1 into your browser



The default login/password is admin/admin.

Once you are in, click the Wireless Card.

Select the network you want to modify from the menu on the left

Scroll down to the Access Point section, and update the password. 

Click save

At this point, if you were currently connected via Wireless, you will need to reconnect.

D-Link EXO 882

Login to your D-Link EXO 882 by typing 192.168.0.1 into your browser

If this is your first time entering the configuration, you may need to run through quick setup. This will allow you to adjust the Wireless username and password. It will also ask you to setup an administrator password so you can enter the settings in the future.

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If you have already been through the quick setup before, you can access the Wireless settings under "Settings"

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D-Link COBRA

Login to your D-Link COBRA by typing 192.168.1.1 into your browser

If this is your first time entering the configuration, you may need to run through quick setup. This will allow you to adjust the Wireless username and password. It will also ask you to setup an administrator password so you can enter the settings in the future.

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If you have already been through the quick setup before, you can access the Wireless settings under "Settings"

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ASUS RT-AX3000

Login to your ASUS router by typing router.asus.com into your browser. Alternatively use the ASUS Router App.

Sign in using the Username and Password you entered on sign up. If you forgot your username and password, you may need to reset the router by holding down the reset button with a pen (far right on the back)

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Click Wireless

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 If Smart Connect is disabled (the 2.4GHz and 5GHz are separate) then you will need to change the WiFi name and password for both. This can be done by clicking Band, and changing between 2.4GHz and 5GHz.

To change the WiFi name, enter it into the "Network Name (SSID)" field.

To change the WiFi password, enter it into the "WPA Pre-Shared Key" field.

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Click apply at the bottom of the page. If you were connected through WiFi, you may need to reconnect.

TP-Link AX11000

You can easily change your wifi settings through the TP-Link Tether App.

Alternatively, you can visit tplinkwifi.net on your browser and log into the configuration using the password you created during setup.

Click on Wireless, then adjust the settings you wish to change.

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Then click Save.

 

TP-Link Archer VR1600v

Login to your TP-Link by typing 192.168.1.1 into your browser

Enter in "admin" into both the username and password field and log in.

Click on "Wireless" on the left-hand side of the page.

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Here, you can enter in a new password for your 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz WiFi bands here. Click Save when done.

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