Follow the steps below to know how to configure the Guest Access of your Belkin router using the web-based setup page. To proceed, you will need the following:
Your Belkin router with the Guest Access feature
- An ethernet cable
Connect an ethernet cable from one of your router's LAN ports to your computer.
NOTE: The back of your router may look different than the one shown above. For more examples, click here.
Enter the Belkin router's default IP address, "192.168.2.1" and press [Enter]. If this does not work, check your router's IP address. For instructions, click here.
QUICK TIP: You may also use "http://router" to access the router's web-based setup page.
Click Login at the top right corner.
Enter the router password. If you haven't set up a password for the router before, leave the Password field blank and click Submit.
Click Guest Access on the left pane.
- Guest Access – Select Enabled to turn the feature ON.
- Type – Select either Cafe-style(guest log in via a webpage), WPA/WPA2 PSK, WEP or Open to set the feature’s security type. WPA™ / WPA2™ PSK is recommended since it is the most secure.
- Network Name (SSID) – Enter the name of the Guest Access network your guests will be connecting to.
- Password(PSK) – Enter the password for the Guest Access network. This field will be hidden if Open is the security type selected in the Type option.
Click Apply Changes after setting your preferences.