To change the WiFi password for your Hathway router, you can follow these general steps. Please note that the exact steps might vary slightly based on your router model. If you encounter any discrepancies, it’s best to refer to your router’s user manual or contact Hathway customer support for specific instructions.
How To Change Hathway Wifi Password?
Step 1: Connect to your Hathway WiFi Network
Ensure that your computer, smartphone, or tablet is connected to your Hathway WiFi network.
Step 2: Open a Web Browser
Launch a web browser (e.g., Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Internet Explorer) on your device.
Step 3: Access the Router’s Admin Page
In the address bar of your web browser, type the default gateway IP address for Hathway routers. Usually, it is one of the following:
Press “Enter” to access the router’s admin page.
Step 4: Log in to the Router
You will be prompted to enter the router’s username and password. These credentials are often found on a label on the router itself. If not, check the router’s manual or contact Hathway support for the default login credentials.
Step 5: Locate the Wireless Settings
Once you are logged in, navigate to the wireless settings section. The exact location of this section may vary based on your router’s firmware, but it is typically under “Wireless” or “Wireless Settings.”
Step 6: Change the WiFi Password
Look for the “Password” or “Security Key” field in the wireless settings. Enter your new WiFi password in this field. Ensure that the password is strong and secure, combining letters, numbers, and special characters.
Step 7: Save the Changes
After entering the new WiFi password, save the changes by clicking the “Apply,” “Save,” or “Submit” button on the page.
Step 8: Reconnect Devices
Once the changes are saved, your WiFi network will restart, and your old password will no longer work. Reconnect all your devices to the WiFi using the new password.
Congratulations! You have successfully changed your Hathway WiFi password. Make sure to update the new password on all your connected devices to maintain uninterrupted access to the network.