1. Find the router’s IP address

origin broadband router settings   The IP address is a sequence of numbers – is common – it identifies your connection. To change its settings, you need to know what the router’s IP address is. There are many ways to find this.


Check the back of the router. Most have a sticker or card with all the information you need to log into the settings, including the IP address you need.


Or go to the Network and Sharing Center on your computer. Choose “Wireless network link” or “Local area connection” and then “Details”. Look for the “Default IPv4 Gateway” – the desired IP address is next to it.


Or connect the Ethernet cable and go to the command line. Enter “ipconfig” and press enter, and look for the number next to “Default gate”.



1. On a Mac: Go to System Preferences and select “Network”. Click the network to which you are connected in the left panel and the router’s IP address on the right.




2. Enter it in the browser

Open any web browser – Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari – and enter the address you found. He should move to the login screen.


3. Log in

Enter the username and password for the router. You can find it at the back of the router or in its user manual.


Login details do not work? Here’s what you can do.

Connect the Ethernet cable. Search for “network” in the Control Panel and select “View network connections” (in the Network and Sharing Center). Right, click on the Ethernet connection and choose “Properties”. Check that “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server automatically” is selected. Then try again.


Or reset the router back to the factory settings – you will probably need a paper clip or pushpin and put it in the “reset” hole. Then reconnect and try logging in again. However, this is the last resort – resetting the router will delete all settings that may have changed.
After successful login, you will have access to the page with all router settings.

When is it needed for origin broadband router settings?

Each router should be pre-configured as a standard. However, if you need to configure your router, simply follow the instructions below to go online.


How to set it
After connecting the router to power sockets and telephone sockets, open a web browser (eg Google Chrome) and enter “” in the address bar (where you usually enter the address of the website). The login screen should appear. The default username and password will be “admin” and “admin” (all in lowercase). If you want, you can change it later in the “Admin” section of the router menu.



origin broadband router settings page

Then select “Quick Internet Setup” (in the upper left corner of the screen) and follow the step-by-step instructions to restore the connection. The first screen will query for your “connection type”. Select “PPPoE” and click “Next”. You will need your PPP username and password, which is usually written on a sticker or card attached to the router.



 After entering your PPP username and password, click ‘Next’.

Services – configuration

And what about Wifi?

Now you have to define the wireless connection settings. Depending on the specific router model, you can have the 2.4 GHz setting, 5 GHz setting or both. Enter the desired network name and password in the first two fields and make sure the box is checked, which means “Copy settings from 2.4 GHz to 5 GHz”.


Your network name should be named “Origin Broadband” (to help you find it), and your password can be any. You need to make sure your password is between 8 and 63 characters long.

You should now be online and online.



origin broadband router settings Security above all

Keep in mind that it is extremely important to have a secure username and password to access the WiFi network, which is only available to people you know and trust. If someone commits a crime or engages in any illegal activity from a home broadband connection, the payer of this connection may be legally or financially responsible.



Something else?
Alternatively, if you want to manually configure the router’s WPA settings, you can download the ADSL Configuration Guide or the VDSL Configuration Guide (Fiber) here.



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