Setup and Installation
The RT-N13U is (like most other wireless routers) pretty easy to setup. After you connect everything up, the RT-N13U will detect and setup your networking for you the first time you access the internet through your preferred browser. The setup will take you through a few very simple steps to get setup.
Once the RT-13U has a handle on how you connect to the internet, it will give you a couple of options for a follow on setup. These include configuring your Wireless and advanced options which we will cover in the Web Based Interface section soon. For some reason, they still do not have you change your Admin Password during the setup wizard. You have to get into the "advanced options" to do that, even though it should be one of the first things you do.
Still, for the most part ASUS has made getting up and on the internet very simple.
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