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DIGISOL Router Login and Basic Setup

by stacy

A brief overview

This article will help you navigate the DIGISOL router loginSteps using the official default router username & password Logging into your DIGISOL router will allow you to change default router settings such as the Network name, wireless password, and upgrade your router firmware.

DIGISOL Router Login Instructions

STEP 1: Connect to the home network

An Ethernet cable connects to your network. Your wireless connection is also available if you want to log in using your smartphone or tablet. Devices which are not part of the network can’t access the login page.

STEP 2 – Use your browser to visit

Start your browser. It’s not important whether you use Edge, Firefox, Chrome or any other browser. Type the default DIGISOL login address in the address bar Use the Enter key to enter.

the DIGISOL router login page

STEP 3: Type the default DIGISOL username/password

If your IP address was correct at STEP 2, you will be asked for the default DIGISOL username/password and then press the Login button.

The default DIGISOL router login information is:

  • Username “admin”
  • Password “1234” or “admin”

*make sure to type these in lower case letters

NOTE: If the DIGISOL login page doesn’t show up it is possible that isn’t the default IP. You can also try the or addresses. These options may not work. You can find the default router’s IP address using the Command prompt. ipconfig command.

You will need to reset your router to factory settings if the username password combination is incorrect. However, we recommend that you leave this option as an emergency.

Basic DIGISOL Router Configuration

Each router has a pre-configured default router IP, default username, password, and default network name. You should change these first as they pose a security risk to your home network.

Therefore let’s see what you should change first.

Changing the DIGISOL router password

Change the default DIGISOL router username

It is a bad idea to leave your default router password unchanged. If someone connects to your network, they can also access the router settings. This person can access your router settings and default DIGISOL login details. You will be blocked from accessing the network if he/she changes your wireless password and router password. You can reset your router to factory settings, and then set it up again.

These are the steps required to change the password for your router.

Follow the above steps to log in to your DIGISOL router.

  1. Click here Maintenance
  2. Next, click on PasswordPlease refer to the menu at the left.
  3. The User Account Table check admin.
  4. The default password (the old one) should be entered in the Password from the pastField above
  5. In the following section, enter a new password Create a new password
  6. Enter the new password in the Confirm Password
  7. Click here Modify.

Change the DIGISOL router’s SSID and Wi Fi password

A strong wireless password is another important thing you can do to protect your network.

Like other routers, DIGISOL comes preconfigured and configured with a default SSID (and wireless password) These must be changed as soon possible.

Next, you will need to change the DIGISOL router password and SSID.

  1. Click here Wireless
  2. Next, click on Wireless BasicsPlease refer to the menu at the left.
  3. The ModeSelect from drop-down menu AP
  4. Check outEnable SSID Broadcast
  5. TheName (SSID). Enter the network name that you want.
  6. The Security OptionsSelect WPA2-PSK/WPA2-PSK AES
  7. Then, in Pre-Shared KeyType your wireless password.

IMPORTANT: When creating a new wireless password you have to make sure it’s strong and hard to guess. You can use a combination of numbers and special characters, as well as capital letters and small letters.

Final words

The DIGISOL router loginThe steps are simple to follow once you have access to router settings. You will then see all options.

Keep track of any changes made. This will help you to know what to do if something goes wrong.

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