How to Reset the Frontier Router IP Address?

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Change your IP – In step 1 of configuring a new F2250 frontier router, we established that we wanted to change our IP (Internet Protocol), and set up port forwarding on our computer. You also needed to forward the hostname (domain name) of your computer. We chose our host name when we finished checking the availability of the web pages on our PC by typing the address bar at the top right of our browser and pressing enter. If all was fine, then we could log in. We would have noticed a yellow box on the screen. This would represent the router’s main page.

If the box turned red, it means there is something wrong with our IP, port or the hostname. In case of an IP change, it means your Frontier router did not receive a successfully configured request while connecting to the internet. There are many technical problems that can cause this problem. The main ones are connection failure and incorrect port forwarding. These can be fixed by resetting your firewall and restarting your computer.

If everything looks fine, we proceed to the next step. We need to reset the firewall to its default setting so that it does not get overloaded. To do this, we click on the “reset router” icon from the task bar (bottom right corner) or from the browser’s menu. We may have to wait around 10 seconds for the changes to take effect.

Set a new password – If everything looks good, then we proceed to the step of entering the password. We have two options here. The first option is to use our regular user name which is also the IP address of our router. If we have changed the password, we have to create a new password using our regular user name. Please remember to avoid choosing your child’s real name as your password.

If we are using the wireless router, the option of using the SSID (wireless network name) of the AP as the username is possible. In case we are using the wired Ethernet port, then the option of using the Wireless SSID is not possible. For the login process, we can use either the ‘pine’ option or the ‘default’ option. This is important as the ‘pine’ user is the one who is given the password to connect to the internet. If we use the default, then we can choose our child’s user name which is the internet service provider’s login.

Log onto the router through the ‘web’ page and reset the DNS server. On some of the models, you will find that there is resetting the DNS server through the web page but in some other models, you have to get into the ‘internet settings’ area and reset the DNS server settings. Some routers are already set up to automatically reset the DNS server on shutdown. Please make sure that you have this option before attempting to reset the frontier router’s WEP or Wi-Fi settings.

When we are done with these steps, we should check if the IP packet length is over 18 TCP entries. If it is, then we successfully logged in to the router. If we found an unsuccessful login attempt, then we need to troubleshoot the connection either by resetting the Wi-Fi or the firewall. We can connect to the WEP either through automatic or manual configuration. Manual setting of the internal IP address will take more time. In such cases, we can use the automatic setting which can be accessed through ‘network settings’.