How To Speed Up My Belkin Router?

How To Speed Up My Belkin Router

If you are not satisfied with the speed of your Belkin router and want to boost its speed, then follow the how to speed up my Belkin router manual given here.

  • Open Internet Explorer or any other web browser on your computer.
  • Type ‘192.168.2.1’ without the single quotes in the address bar of the browser and press the Enter key.
  • On the Belkin router’s web-based setup page, click the Login tab.
  • If you have changed the router’s admin password already, enter it in the Password field.
  • By default, you have to leave the Password field empty.
  • After entering the login credentials, click on the Submit button and proceed with how to speed up my Belkin router steps.
  • Click the Wireless tab on the left panel and select the Channel and SSID option.
  • Navigate to the Wireless Mode drop-down menu and choose the 802.11n option.
  • Go to the Bandwidth drop-down menu and select the 40MHz option.
  • Disable the WMM (QoS) feature.
  • Update the router settings by clicking the Apply Changes option.
  • Turn off both the Belkin router and your modem.
  • After two to five minutes, power up both the devices.
  • Download the Belkin router’s firmware file.
  • Access the web-based Belkin router setup page of the router again.
  • Navigate to the Utilities section and select the Firmware Update option.
  • Go to the Update Firmware field, click the Browse button, and choose the downloaded firmware file.
  • Click the Update option followed by the OK option.
  • If you see any prompt message on the screen, select the OK option.
  • Once the router’s firmware is updated, click OK.
  • Note: If the internet connection is lost after updating the Belkin router’s firmware to the recent version while following how to speed up my Belkin router manual, you have to reset the router by holding the Reset button for about 15 seconds.