How To Install Edimax Br-6478ac Router?

how to install Edimax Br-6478ac router

Edimax BR-6478AC is a wireless router that comes with the next generation IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard. This router offers a simultaneous 2.4 GHz (802.11n) and 5GHz (802.11ac) wireless network bands. Its multi-functional USB port allows you to connect more than two devices simultaneously to the wireless network. This router acts as an access point, a range extender, wireless bridge, router, and WISP. In short, it is a 5-in-one router. The Smart iQ Setup method allows you to perform the installation without using the setup CD. The below section explains how to install Edimax Br-6478ac router for the first time.

What’s inside the product box?

Check whether the following components are present inside the product box. If not, contact the router dealer or manufacturer.

  • Edimax BR-6478AC router
  • Ethernet cable
  • CD-ROM
  • Quick installation guide
  • Power adapter

Installation

  • First, connect the Edimax BR-6478AC router into an electrical socket using the power adapter provided with the product.
  • Now, the router will turn ON.
  • Check the Wi-Fi, WAN, and power LED lights status. Make sure that the Wi-Fi light is ON, and the power and WAN LEDs are lit. If not, disconnect and reconnect the router to the electrical outlet.
  • Now, on your computer, mobile, or any Wi-Fi device, look for the Edimax router Wi-Fi network name. For example: edimax.setup.
  • Select the network SSID and connect your Wi-Fi device to it.
  • Open a web browser on your computer.
  • Now, the Edimax router’s Get Started screen will automatically open up.
  • If it fails to load, type the http://edimax.setup URL in the address bar of the browser. Click the Get Started button.
  • Select the Wi-Fi router, Access Point, or Range Extender mode as you desire. Click Next.
  • After selecting the mode, follow the on-screen instructions to complete the router setup process.
  • Now, you successfully know how to install Edimax Br-6478ac router, you can access the browser-based configuration page to modify or configure the desired settings of the router.