Your router should be plug-n-play but in the event that technology let's us down, here's the setup process...
1st off you will have to be connected to the router's default wireless network which is displayed on a sticker on the back of the router
Once you've found the information, try searching for the network on your device and connect to it using the password you've found on the sticker.
Now, open up your internet browser(Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari), type 192.168.0.1 in the web address bar and hit Enter.
You'll now have a login screen and the password for this will be the word "admin", type this in a click on login.
Once logged in, you'll be confronted with the following...
The only setting to change in the event that you have no internet access will be the APN. This can be found if you click in the word "Settings" under the word LTE.
On the next page you'll get 3 options and the last one would be listed as APN. If you click APN you find the section where you can access the APN settings and make the necessary changes.
The APN will generally be set to the following...
Cell C - internet
RAIN - lte.broadband.is
Once this has been applied, you'll have to restart and test your connection.
Now, let's check the Wi-Fi set up...
On the home page, under the Wi-Fi, click the "Settings" button...
In this section you'll be able to change both the Wi-Fi network name and password. Keep in mind that the password will have to be at least 8 characters long.
Once you're done, hit the apply button and you should now be able to connect to your new network.
That should be the whole set up for your router.
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