How do I optimize my bell modem?

How do I optimize my bell modem?

Improve Wi-Fi connection on my Home Hub 3000 modem

  1. Open a web browser.
  2. Click Wi-Fi optimizer.
  3. Enter the administrator password. Unless you have changed it, the default password is “admin”.
  4. Click Optimize now to initiate the test.
  5. The modem will confirm once the optimizations have been completed.

How do I change modem settings?

How to Change Your SSID

  1. Enter your router’s IP address into your favorite web browser.
  2. Log in with the default username and password.
  3. Click on Setup.
  4. Choose Wireless Settings.
  5. Type in your new SSID.
  6. Save the new settings and wait for your router to restart.

How do I change from 2.4 GHz to 5ghz bell?

Connect To The Bell Home Hub Web Interface

  1. From any computer that’s connected to the router open a web browser.
  2. Select Manage My Wi-Fi.
  3. Uncheck “Keep a common network name (SSID) and password for both 2.4 and 5.0 GHz bands.”
  4. Edit the name of the 5.0 GHz band to differ it from the 2.4GHz band.

How do I access my Internet settings?

In Windows 10, you can also go to Settings > Network & Internet > Status > View hardware and connection properties. The next screen displays details for your different network connections. Scan the entry for Ethernet or Wi-Fi and look for the Default Gateway setting to find your router’s IP address.

How do I make my bell Wi-Fi stronger?

How to improve my Internet speed

  1. Restart your device.
  2. Move your device closer to the modem.
  3. Reduce the number of devices connected to your Wi-Fi network.
  4. Update your equipment and software.
  5. Restart your modem.

How can I increase my modem speed?

Keep your speed up and keep surfing

  1. Consider Your Data Cap.
  2. Reset Your Router.
  3. Reposition Your Router.
  4. Use An Ethernet Connection.
  5. Block Ads.
  6. Use a Streamlined Browser.
  7. Install a Virus Scanner.
  8. Install a Clear Cache Plugin.

What is broadband settings?

Broadband Settings: Allows you to change the connection parameters to your service provider. These settings should not be changed unless instructed by your ISP. WAN Settings. WAN Settings: Allows you to change the protocol and addressing type required by your ISP for Internet access.

How do I enable 2.4 GHz on my Bell modem?

Access the Bell Home Hub wireless network settings, select ‘Advanced View’ and set the 2.4GHz ‘Security Type’ specifically to ‘WPA-PSK (TKIP)’.

Is Bell Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz?

The Home Hub (2000 or 3000 only) supports both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wireless bands for your primary Wi-Fi network. These are frequencies at which your modem transmits its Wi Fi signal. It can transmit both at the same time to optimize your Wi-Fi performance or you can choose to use only one or the other.

How do I connect my Bell modem to my router?

Launch a web browser and browse to your modem’s IP address. For example, Next you will need to login to the modem using the username “admin” and the password printed on a label attached to the Bell modem. From the main page, under Home Network section, identify your third-party router’s MAC address.

What’s the IP address for my Bell Fibe router?

Typically the modem IP address is You can test this by browsing to If successful, you should see a Bell Fibe/FiberOP page appear. If needed, I’ve included instructions for determining your modem’s IP address. Click Start and type “ cmd ” and hit the enter key.

How to access Your Home Hub 3000 modem settings?

To access your Home Hub 3000: 1 Open a web browser. 2 Type http://home ( or in the address bar and then press Enter on your keyboard to access your modem’s settings. 3 Enter the administrator password. Unless you have changed it, the default password is “admin”.

Do you have to use your own router with Bell fiberop?

Your Bell Aliant FibreOP television receivers should remain connected to the Bell Aliant modem. There’s absolutely no need to connect IPTV receivers to your own router. If you’re using wireless receivers, don’t disable WiFi on the Bell equipment.

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