Tenda F3 Router Setup - Quick Steps

Tenda F3 Router Setup

Do you wish to set up a wired or wireless network in your home using the Tenda F3 router ? Have a quick look at the steps provided on this page to set up your network. The smart Wi-Fi router, Tenda F3 router setup has three external antennas to ensure hassle-free wireless connectivity over your network.

The router package consists of:

  • Tenda F3 router
  • Power Adapter
  • Ethernet Cable
  • User Guide

Once you have unpacked the product package, perform the steps given below.

Step 1: Hardware Connection

  • First, turn on the router by plugging it into a power outlet using the supplied power adapter.
  • Connect a network cable between the blue WAN port of the Tenda router and your Internet modem.
  • Using another network cable, connect the yellow LAN port of the router to the Ethernet port on your computer for Tenda F3 router setup.
  • Now, check the LED lights on the router after connection. Make sure that the SYS light on the router is blinking.
  • If your computer supports Wi-Fi, then you can connect it to the router’s Wi-Fi using the router’s default SSID and network password. In this case, there is no need for the Ethernet cable connection.

Step 2: Configure The Router

  • Launch a web browser on your computer to navigate to the Tenda router setup page.
  • Now, enter 192.168.0.1 (IP address of the router) in the address bar and hit the Enter key.
  • The username and password of the Tenda router is admin. Enter the login credentials and click on the Login button.
  • Now, you will be on the home page of the Tenda router.
  • When the Welcome to Setup wizard Next button.
  • Select your Internet Type and fill in the required details. Click on the Apply button.
  • Now, click System status on the left panel. Verify the connection status if it is connected.
  • If the connection status displays disconnected, check if the modem and router are properly connected.
  • If the status shows connecting, click on the Refresh button.
  • Verify the system status in the middle of the page.
  • Select WAN IP. If the status is showing connected and WAN IP is not 0.0.0.0, you can change your router online.
  • Click Advanced Settings on the left panel and select MAC address Clone.
  • Select Clone MAC address and then click on the Apply button to save the settings.
  • Your router will now restart by itself and the Tenda F3 router setup has been completed.

Step 3: Connect Your Computer To Your Wireless Network

  • Turn on Wi-Fi and select your wireless network name.
  • Enter the password of the network and click Connect.
  • Now, you will be connected to the router’s Wi-Fi.

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