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How to Change Your Router’s Wi-Fi Password

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Tonycomm Group LTD, serving the residents of Nakuru, Kenya, offers a wide range of routers from top brands such as TP-Link, Nano Station M2, and Huawei Xpon, all of which allow you to change your Wi-Fi password effortlessly and as many times as needed.

In this guide, we walk you through the simple and quick steps to change the password for TP-Link, Nano Station M2, or Huawei Xpon routers.

How to Change Password on TP-Link Router

Follow the steps below to change password if you use TP-Link router in your home or business to connect to the internet:

Use the Web Browser

You can use Chrome, Edge, Safari, or Mozilla browser to change your TP-Link router password:

  • Open an internet browser of your choice.
  • Go to, which redirect you to the TP-Link page.
  • Type your username and password to log in to the control panel.
  • Click System Tools on the vertical menu on the left.
  • Tap password.
  • Enter your old password, new password, and confirmation for the new password.
  • Save changes.

To change password for the Guest Network:

  • Choose Guest Network on the menu.
  • Select the Wireless Password box.
  • Delete the current password and enter a new password.
  • Click the Save button below the page to make the changes.

Use the TP-Link Tether App

To change the TP-Link router password via the Tether App:

  • Download the TP-Link Tether App from Google Play Store or App Store
  • Launch the app and check the “I Confirm to Join” and “Terms and Conditions” boxes.
  • Tap continue.
  • Tap the Log In button if you have a TP Link account or create a TP-Link ID if you don’t have an account.
  • Select Local Device and enter the password to your router.
  • Tap the Tools tab in the bottom right corner in the user dashboard.
  • Go to Wireless. 
  • Tap the 2.4 GHz Wireless option.
  • Delete the current password and write your new password under the Password option.
  • Save changes.

You can also change the password of your Guest network right from the app. To do this:

  • Tap the Tools tab again.
  • Choose the Guest Network option.
  • Tap the 2.4 GHz Wireless option.
  • Delete your current Guest Network password and enter the new one.
  • Save changes.

How to Change Password on NanoStation M2 Router

Many businesses in Nakuru rely on the efficiency of the NanoStation M2 routers to connect their devices to the internet. If you are one of the businesses or offices that use this router to connect to the internet, follow then steps below to change password:

  • Open a web browser on your phone or computer. 
  • Type in the address bar.
  • Enter username and password to log into your dashboard.
  • Tap the wireless option.
  • Under the Wireless Security option, you will see the Password section/box.
  • Click in the box and delete the old password.
  • Type in your desired password and then select change.
  • Click the Apply button to save and apply the new Wi-Fi password.

How to Change Password Huawei Xpon Router

Are you a Tonycomm Group LTD client in Maili Sita, Heshima, Kiti, Umoja 1 and 2, Lanet, Bismark, Makao, or Mawanga, and you use the Huawei Xpon router for your home or business?

Follow the steps below to change your router’s password:

  • Open a web browser on your phone or computer. 
  • Type in the address bar.
  • Use your username and password to log in. Your credentials are “telecomadmin” for username and “admin” for password by default.
  • Click Advanced on the navigation menu located on the left side of the screen.
  • Choose WLAN.
  • Find the WPS PreShare Key
  • Delete the old Wi-Fi password and type in a new password.
  • Click the Apply button to save changes. 

What Happens After Changing the Wi-Fi Password?

Every device connected to your Wi-Fi network will automatically sign out and lose access to the internet if you chance your router’s Wi-Fi password. To sign back into your Wi-Fi network, you just need to use the new password.

When Should You Change the Wi-Fi Password of Your Router?

There is no right or wrong time to change the Wi-Fi password of your router. At Tonycomm Group LTD, we recommend that you update your password every 6 to 12 months as a standard security measure. Also, it makes more sense to update your passwords occasionally or immediately upon noticing a new user on your network.  

How Does a New Device Sign Into My Wi-Fi Network?

Most unwanted users gain access to your network using Wi-Fi password hacking apps, unauthorized sharing of passwords, or even tethering to your Wi-Fi network from devices you allowed to login to your Wi-Fi network.

By updating your Wi-Fi password from time to time, you’ll stay ahead of potential security threats, and keep your network safe and secure from possible intrusion.

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