1. Make sure your router is connected to a power source and the Internet.
2. Connect to the default wireless network that your router creates (e.g. "ASUS")
4. Log in using the default administrative user name and password. Ours user name was "admin" and password was "admin," but consult your router or manual for more details.
First, change your administrator password
5. On the left hand menu, click on the "Administration" tab and enter a new, secure password. Click "Apply."
Second, enable a guest network
6. Click on "Network Map" and, by SSID, click "Add." (Certain Asus firmware may have a "Guest Network" option on the left-hand side.)
7. Enter the following settings:
- SSID Profile: Customize
- If you'd like, change the SSID name to "openwireless.org" to help spread the movement and to link users to the repeat infringer policy
- Authentication Method: Open System
- WEP Encryption: None
- Enable SSID: Yes
- Network Access: Internet Only
- Bandwidth Priority: Low
- Hide SSID: No
8. Click "Add" and you should be all set.