How to set up a wireless router network in Korea with iptime

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iptime wireless router setup guide

In this guide there is step by step instructions on how to set up the wireless network with the most popular router in Korea iptime.

  1. Connect to the wireless network it should be called: “iptime” by default
  2. Type: 192.168.0.1
  3. Type: admin (under admin) which is the default password as well as the captcha security word
  4. Click on the Wireless Network symbol the RIGHT icon
  5. Bottom right click which means “next” in Korean
  6. You can leave the default language which is in Korean and then click next>
  7. Set up your ID. In the picture I named my network “Chris” then I clicked on the button next to it and the clicked on next >
  8. Choose the available network which will be highlighted in green. I chose #12 and then click next>
  9. Make sure its on WPA which is the first option then click next>
  10. Make sure its on AES then click next>
  11. Type in your WiFi password 2 times then click next>
  12. Click on the bottom right icon and you should see it load for a few minutes.
  13. Congratulations your done!

 

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18 comments on “How to set up a wireless router network in Korea with iptime
  1. Chris says:

    Hi Chris,
    I’m having trouble with my router. I go through all the steps and have done this many times before, but now when it gets to the last page where the loading bar is, it freezes. after awhile it will time me out. Any suggestions?

    Best,
    Chris Welsh

    Btw I’m using a 2017 Mac book air

  2. Lauren says:

    Hello! I’m SO confused. Do I need the internet in the first place to set it up? My router is on but I just don’t know the password?

  3. Kanong says:

    Hi! I followed your instructions and everything was all good. However, when I’m done with all the steps. Nothing seems to have changed. I still can’t change my network name and I can’t seem to access internet without an Ethernet cord attached to my laptop. Am I doing this wrong or am I missing something?

    • chris says:

      Hi
      I just set up another network a few days ago using another IPtime wireless router. All routers basically have the exact same steps I outlined as I bought 3 different ones. I recommend to upgrade your firmware which worked for me when I had problems and also resetting your router. Push and hold the router with a Pen for 30 seconds and try the steps again

  4. Brendan says:

    I found this to be helpful! Thank you.

  5. Bradley says:

    You sir…You are a life saver! Thank you so much for your post. Helped bail me out of having to ask yet ANOTHER friend for ANOTHER favor! Thank you times infinity!

    Blessings,

  6. Gavin says:

    Amazing! Thanks so much for this tutorial.

  7. Mia says:

    Hello, I followed all the steps and it worked but only for a few minutes.. Now the wifi just dissappered and I don’t know what to do and the Ethernet cord isn’t helping neither:((

    • chris says:

      Hi Mia

      You might have to reset it again and try again. If you got it to work and it’s not working again even with a ETHERNET then there might be something wrong with the MODEM and not the router. You can call your internet provider as I also had constant drops in the past and the technician told me I had a faulty wire in my MODEM.

  8. Yvan says:

    Hello sir… How can I change the password “admin”? Thanks

    • chris says:

      Hi
      Default password is admin when you are first setting it up. Afterwards you can change the password to whatever you like after following the instructions on page. For your reference it’s Picture #11

  9. Ron says:

    This worked beautifully but I have one question. It was iptime5g, I went in and changed the name to “haha”. Now on my wifi list it has both. Iptime5g (no password needed) and haha (with password). Thanks for all the help!

    • chris says:

      Hey Ron
      By any chance are you using a wifi extender? That happens to me when I use an WiFi extender but never happened to me when I set up a normal wifi connection

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