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How to Set Your Nighthawk Router to Router Mode?

Hello, Please let me know that how to set your Nighthawk router to router mode. I don't have any idea about that. Help me.

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Set Your Nighthawk Router to Router Mode:

To learn how to set your Nighthawk router to router mode, read out the guide below. Process to set Nighthawk router on router mode.

Step 1 : Take an ethernet cord and connect its one end to LAN port of your existing gateway and the other side to the WAN port of your Netgear router.

Step 2 : Connect your router to the computer system and open an internet browser.

Step 3 : Enter http://www.routerlogin.net in the location bar of your internet browser and then press enter. If this website address does not work, then try entering http://routerlogin.com or enter the IP address

Step 4 : After that, you will be asked to enter the username and password. Enter admin in the username and password in the password section. Remember, both username and password are case sensitive. In case the default username and password don't help you login, then that may be because you have changed the admin password. If you don’t remember the new password that you created, then reset your device to restore it to factory default settings.

Step 5 : Select advanced, then go to advanced setup and from there go to Router/AP/bridge/repeater mode.

Step 6 : After that, choose router mode.

Step 7 : Then, click on Apply to save the settings.

Step 8 : Your access point will restart and enter router mode.

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