Change WiFi password on ZyXEL NBG-419N Modem – Solution with Picture

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To change the WiFi password on the ZyXEL NBG-419N modem you first need to have the computer connected via a network cable to the modem. When you do that in the computer open the browser and in the address bar at the top write and presses ENTER.

When you do that you will get a page in which you will be prompted for a password. The password you should enter is 1234. When you do that, click on the “Login” button.
ZyXEL NBG-419N Usernames ZyXEL NBG-419N Passwords
NONE 1234


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On entering you will be asked to change the password. Something like the following image:

Change WiFi password on ZyXEL NBG-419N Modem2When you change the password you will see an interface where you will see all the devices that are connected to that network and the options. One of those options corresponds to the configuration/setting of the wireless network. It is located at the bottom-right (the Wi-Fi and Globe icon)

Change WiFi password on ZyXEL NBG-419N Modem6When you enter there you will see the page where you can change the name of your WiFi network and your password.

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  • The first option is where you put the name of the wireless network. You can delete the one you have or put the one you want.
  • Where it says “Safe Mode” choose WPA2-PSK to make your WiFi network as safe as possible.
  • The last two fields are to enter the password. Both must match and the same must be from 8 to 63 characters.

When you make the desired changes click on the button at the bottom that says “Apply” to save the changes.

WiFi Tips on the ZyXEL NBG-419N

If you want to make more advanced changes in your wireless network you can access them by switching to an advanced interface. You do this by clicking on the option that says “Expert Mode” that is located at the top where the connected devices.

Change WiFi password on ZyXEL NBG-419N Modem6Give it a network name that does not have special characters, such as accents, letters, or symbols to avoid compatibility issues with some devices such as old cell phones.