- Step 1:
First, connect your Wi-Fi router to a computer with the help of an Ethernet
- Step 2:
Next, power up the Wi-Fi router and the computer.
- Step 3:
Ensure that you have firmly plugged the Ethernet cable into the router’s LAN port and the computer’s network port.
- Step 5:
Type ‘cmd’ in the search panel and press Enter .
- Step 6:
Give a right-click on the Command Prompt app from the search result and click on Run as administrator .
- Step 7:
In the Command Prompt window, type ‘ipconfig /all’ and press the Enter
- Step 8:
Navigate to the Default Gateway section and note down the router’s IP address.
- Step 9:
If you are using Mac , click the Apple menu available at the top-left corner of the screen.
- Step 10:
Select the System Preferences option from the pull-down menu and click on the Network
- Step 11:
In the Network window, select your Wi-Fi network name and click the Advanced
- Step 12:
Click the TCP/IP tab and note down your router’s IP address in the Router
- Step 13:
Next, open the default browser on your computer and enter the router’s IP address in the URL
- Step 14:
Press the Enter key and enter your login credentials to access the router’s administrative interface.
- Step 15:
In the router’s settings page, click the Advanced settings button and navigate to the Firewall
- Step 16:
Deselect the firewall protection checkbox for the gaming console.This will turn off the router’s firewall for gaming.
- Step 17:
If you wish to turn off the router’s firewall for all the devices, click the Disable button next to the Firewall field or toggle off the Firewall
- Step 18:
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