|The Technicolor TG582n is high performant router; with a simultaneous operation of 802.11n 2x2, speed, security and performance are guaranteed. Featuring an intergrated 10/100Mbps 4-port switch, the Technicolor TG582n offers seamless connection of wired and wireless devices from anywhere in the home./p>
The intergrated modem supports ADSL, ADSL2 and ADSL2+.
This router can also suitable for FTTC connections where an Openreach VDSL modem has been installed.
|Technicolor TG582n - Change Wireless Channel & Password|
|If you are experiencing issues with poor wireless signal and need to change the channel the guide below will show you how to achieve this. It also covers where the wireless password/key can be changed.|
|Technicolor TG582n - Setting the DNS manually (telnet)|
|The router by default will automatically use the DNS server supplied by your ISP. If you prefer to use Googles or more secure DNS servers you can change the setting via Telnet.|
|Technicolor TG582n - Configure as a Wireless Access Point|
The most common question we are asked is how to use the Technicolor TG582n as a wireless access point. This is no easy task and may take a lot of tweaking to get working, however, it is possible to achieve this.
The below guide may help. Please be aware you need to make sure the TG582 is using the same range (e.g. 192.168.1.*). Make sure it's looking to the main router for the gateway and try to avoid both routers using overlapping DHCP ranges. You may find it easier to disable DHCP on the TG582n however.
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