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How do I Set Up My Buffalo Router?

I have two computers and Buffalo WCR-GN Wireless N150 Router but the 2 computers are on opposite sides of the house. The one connected to the router is upstairs and the other one is downstairs in the basement and both are desktops. I don't want to have to run wires through the house. It's a wireless-n router and I need help setting it up because it continues to say to hook the ethernet cable to my computer. I have tried both hooking it up to the downstairs computer and the upstairs computer. Can anyone please tell me how to set it up so both desktops connect without running wires throughout the house?

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Setup Buffalo Router:

Step 1: Firstly, you have to connect the AirStation to the PC  using a network cable and then power on both devices.

Step 2: Launch Google Chrome and enter the AirStation's IP address into the browser's address bar. If you do not know the AirStation's IP address check then don't worry,

just check setup card that is included in your AirStation's package. Although you can also use AirStation Configuration Tool to display  AirStation's IP address.

Step 3: Now log in to AirStation's Settings. For logging, enter default username that is "admin" and the default password that is "password".

Step 4: Tap on  "Wireless" tile.

Step 5: Now, you have to enter a new SSID for the 11n and/or the 11ac network. Confirm that new SSID is not conflicting with another device's SSID that are available on the network. After entering new SSID, save the settings.


Step 6: When finished, log out of AirStation's Settings and close the Google Chrome.

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