Asus RT-AC68A is a Dual-Band wireless router with MU-MIMO technology. This router provides ultrawide coverage with its high-performance antennas. For detailed instructions about the Asus RT-AC68A router setup, go through the steps below.
To begin with, remove the power adapter connected to your modem to turn it off.
Connect your router to an electrical outlet using the supplied power cord.
Next, connect your router and computer using a standard Ethernet cable. This cable should be connected to your router’s LAN port.
Connect your modem and router using the supplied network cable (RJ45). This cable should be connected to your router’s WAN port.
Now, reconnect your router to an electrical outlet using its power adapter.
Once the router is powered on, connect the router’s power adapter to a wall outlet and turn on the router.
Check if all the LEDs on your router are solid blue.
You have now completed a part of the Asus RT-AC68A router setup. Continue reading the steps to complete the software setup.
Configuring the Web GUI:
On your Windows computer, close all the running apps and launch the default browser.
Enter your router’s IP address in the URL field and hit the Enter key to access the web GUI.
You can identify the IP address from your router’s label.
If prompted, enter admin as the default username and password in the required fields.
To use QIS (Quick Internet Setup) with auto-detection, click the QIS tab from the left-side panel and select the Internet Setup submenu.
Wait for the router to detect your Internet connection type automatically.
In case your Internet connection type is Dynamic IP, PPPoE, L2TP, PPTP, or Static IP, enter the login credentials given by your ISP.
Save the settings and proceed with the router setup.
To secure your Wi-Fi network, change the default wireless security settings.
Click Apply after entering the required settings in the web GUI.
You have now seen the steps for the Asus RT-AC68A router setup.