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Update the DSL network password on your modem or router

Learn to update the DSL network password in your modem or router.


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Modem / gateway

Westell

6100

KM1199427-slctrgrp_west6100

Update the DSL network password in your modem or router

Westell 6100 Modem
  1. Open an Internet browser.
  2. Type launchmodem or http://192.168.1.254 in the address bar.
  3. Click the Go button or press the Enter key on the keyboard.
  4. Click the Easy Sign-in button.
  5. Verify that your username is typed correctly in the User ID field (for example: username@att.net).
  6. Type your DSL Network Password in the Password field.
  7. Type your DSL Network Password in the Confirm Password field.
  8. Click the Connect button.

Westell Versalink
  1. Open an Internet browser.
  2. Type http://192.168.1.254 in the address bar.
  3. Click the Go button or press the Enter key on the keyboard.
  4. Click on the Easy Sign-in button.
  5. Verify that your username is typed correctly in the User ID field (for example: username@att.net).
  6. Type your DSL Network Password in the Password field.
  7. Type your DSL Network Password in the Confirm Password field.
  8. Click the Connect button.

Westell 2100 / 2200 Modem
  1. Open an Internet browser.
  2. Type launchmodem or http://192.168.1.254 in the address bar.
  3. Click the Go button or press the Enter key on the keyboard.
  4. Click the Easy Sign-in button.
  5. Verify that your username is typed correctly in the User ID field (for example: username@att.net).
  6. Type your DSL Network Password in the Password field.
  7. Type your DSL Network Password in the Confirm Password field.
  8. Click the Connect button.

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