Although it is little difficult to hack the WIFI from the recent modems. WIFI devices of PTCL required to first-time direct connection with computer or laptop. But the old modem and WiFi devices of PTCL are still facing the problem of getting hacked by the other users to enjoy the free WiFi services. But now the users can change their passwords any time and as many times they want to secure their WiFi from being hacked. So here in this article i am gona tell you that how to change ptcl wifi password in just few minutes.
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How to Change PTCL Wifi Password Instantly
May be some time you have faced low internet speed and doubt that anyone hacked our WiFi password. So Now you need to change your Wifi Password. Another Problem is that you don't know how to change ptcl wifi password. No need to worry here is the solution i am going to share with you guys. You just need to follow the below steps and you will be able to change your wifi password.
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Method to Change PTCL Wifi Password
A dialog box will appear asking for username and password. Type "Admin" in both fields.
An admin panel will appear in your browser. At the left side, there is Wireless in the list of options.
Click on the Wireless. Six drops down options will appear after clicking on Wireless option
Click on the Security
At the right side a complete form will appear
At the last of that form, there is an option of WPA/WAPI passphrase bar
Click on it and enter the new password that you want.
Now click on apply to the last. Changes are being made.
Recover Hacked Wifi Password – Change PTCL Wifi Password
After following the above process, modem will restart and after that new password will be automatically updated. Now no one can use your Wifi except you. When you feel that your account is being hacked repeat this process again.
Keep in mind after saving settings your Wifi router will reboot and if you are connected to WIFI you will face disconnection for a moment.
Feel free to ask question and anything about it. Thanks 🙂