Westnet Modem Change WiFi password

If you have a third party modem, please consult your modem's user manual or check the manufacturer's website for support information.

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 Note: If your modem is not listed here, please refer to its Quick Setup Guide here or on our Legacy Resources page.

 

  1. On a device that's connected to your modem, open your web browser and go to http://10.1.1.1.
  2. Log in with the unique default password printed on the modem's barcode sticker (example below) or use your custom login details.
    TG789 barcode sticker example
  3. On the dashboard, select the Wireless panel.
    TG789 Wireless panel
  4. Select your 5GHz WiFi network from the list. By default, this will be listed under "ACCESS POINTS 5GHZ" with "5G" at the end of the name.
    Note: We recommend you use the 5GHz WiFi instead of the slower 2.4GHz WiFi unless your devices are too old to connect with the 5GHz WiFi.
    TG789 WiFi networks
  5. Under "Access Point", enter your desired new password in the Wireless Password field.
  6. Hit Save to finish. If your device is connected over WiFi, you'll need to reconnect using your new password.
    TG789 WiFi password update

 

  1. On a device that's connected to your modem, open your web browser and go to http://192.168.1.1
  2. Log in with the default username "admin" and default password “admin”, or use your custom login details.
  3. Select the Wireless tab.
  4. Under "5GHz WiFi network", enter your desired new password in the Password field.
    Note: We recommend you use the 5GHz WiFi instead of the slower 2.4GHz WiFi unless your devices are too old to connect with the 5GHz WiFi.
  5. Hit Save to finish. If your device is connected over WiFi, you'll need to reconnect using your new password.
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