for kw5583, it is 192. 168. 20. 1), the username will be admin



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Q: How do I access the configuration settings of my Kasda router?
A:

1) Look at the sticker on the bottom or side of your router. The default access address, username and password are visible.

2) On most devices, the login address will be 192.168.1.1 (for KW5583, it is 192.168.20.1), the username will be admin, and the default password will be admin (for router series products), or adslroot (for DSL series products).

3) Connect a computer to the router using an Ethernet cable. The computer should be configured to get an IP address automatically. This is the default configuration for most computers.

4) Start a browser (Internet Explorer is preferred) and type the login address into the address bar. Be aware that these are not real websites on the Internet, they are web pages hosted locally on the router.

5) A login screen should appear. If it does not, you can type the IP address of the router into the browser address bar, instead of the login address. The default IP addresses on Kasda routers are: 192.168.1.1 (for KW5583 it is 192.168.20.1).

6. Once the login screen appears, enter the username and password. The username will be admin. The default password is admin (for Router series products), or adslroot (for DSL series products), but this may have changed when the router was installed. If you don't know the password, you will have to reset the router to its factory default settings.



Still can't connect? Further troubleshooting suggestions:

1) Check the Physical Connection

Most Kasda routers have five Ethernet ports. The Internet one with blue color, is separated from the others. The Internet port connects through your cable or DSL connection. (Some routers allow a USB connection here.) Use any of the other yellow 4 ports to connect the router by Ethernet cable to your computer.

Check that the cables inserted into your router's Ethernet port are firmly connected at both ends. When you insert the cable, you hear a brief clicking noise.

2) Release and Renew the IP Address for Your Computer

Mac OS X:

a. Click the Apple menu at the top left corner of the desktop screen, then select System Preferences.

b. Click on Network from the "Internet & Network" section.


  • For wired connection:
    A. Click on Ethernet. The "IP Address" listed is your computer's IP address and the "Router" is your router's local IP address.

  • For wireless connection:
    A. Click on Wi-Fi, then click on the "Advanced" button.
    B. Click on the TCP/IP tab.
    C. The "IPv4 Address" listed is your computer's IP address and the "Router" is your router's local IP address.

Windows 8 and 8.1:

a. Click the Search icon on the Charms bar image.

b. Select Command Prompt.

c. Type "ipconfig" and press the Enter key. The "IPv4 address" listed is your computer's IP address.



Windows 7:

a. On your computer keyboard, press and hold the Windows button and R keys to open the Run window.

b. Type "cmd" on the field and click OK.

c. Type "ipconfig" and press the Enter key. The "IPv4 address" listed is your computer's IP address. 



Windows 2000 and Windows XP:

a. Select Start > Run and type cmd.


A command prompt window opens

b. Type ipconfig /release.

c. Type ipconfig /renew.

d. Close the command prompt window.



Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, and Windows NT:

a. Select Start > Run and type winipcfg.

b. Click Release in the IP Configuration window.

c. Click Renew in the IP Configuration window.

d. Close the IP Configuration window.

3) Disable Firewall and Popup Blockers

Your router's web interface uses JavaScript. Some firewalls and popup blockers stop JavaScript from running. Disable these temporarily while you access the router administration screen. If you are running Windows XP, the firewall might be enabled without you knowing it.



4) Reset Your Router

Resetting your router to factory defaults can sometimes correct log in problems. This will wipe all settings, including the ISP login.


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