The Arris TG1672G is one of the best router models that comes with a unique design. It delivers a high performance according to your expectations and has been a top end product that is widely purchased by most buyers.
It is equipped with an internal power supply that offers excellent quality. It also comes with a Cat5e Ethernet cable and a power cord. It is always important to verify compatibility of the networking device with your computer to avoid frustrations. The Arris TG1672G utilizes the Intel’s multiprocessor technology and has exceptional features that boost its performance in providing a stable internet connection.
Logging in to your Arris TG1672G router
Your router’s IP address is an essential component of gaining access to the user interface of your networking device. Check it in the user manual or at the back of your router in case it is indicated on the label. If you cannot see it, then use the ‘Router IP address’ free software or search the manufacturer’s website.
Once you get your router’s IP address, the next procedure is to log in to your Arris TG1672G router.
The first step is to open any web browser and type in the link http://192.168.0.1 in the URL text field before clicking on the ‘Enter’ button.
A new window will pop out requesting for your login credentials.
Enter your router’s default username and password. If you had altered the settings, then you need to use your new passphrase to access the router’s interface.
Once you have entered your login credentials correctly in the necessary text fields, click the ‘Apply’ button which will direct you to the Home Screen of your Arris TG1672G router. You can access or configure different settings after gaining access to your router’s administrative panel. You can start by the basic setup, and proceed to the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands.
If you decide to change the password of your router in the administrative panel, then you have to use the new passphrase the next time you are logging in to your Arris TG1672G router.
What if I forgot my password?
Remembering passwords at some point in time is usual among most users. You can check out the listed models on the manufacturer’s website or use the free software known as ‘Router IP Address’ in finding the password for your networking device. Another way is to perform a hard reset which restores the factory default settings of the router. You will press and hold the reset button for about fifteen seconds. Once the router is set back to its previous configurations, you will be required to log in using the default credentials.