Linksys EA6350 is a Dual-Band wireless router that provides seamless wireless connectivity. Sometimes, you may get problems with your router if the installation was incomplete. To fix your Linksys EA6350 problems, we have given quick troubleshooting steps on this page. Identify the problem with your router and execute the correct troubleshooting steps to continue working on your router.
Case 1: Problems With Connectivity
Check whether you have properly connected your device to the router.
Ensure that all the lights on the router are lit.
If your device cannot connect to the router, then the problem is due to outdated firmware.
Log in to the router setup page using your computer browser and click the Connectivity tab.
Go to the Basic tab and deselect the Automatic checkbox in the Firmware Update section.
Click OK and select the Automatic checkbox again to check for the latest firmware for your router automatically.
Wait for the firmware update to complete.
If you cannot update your router firmware automatically, disable automatic firmware updates and manually install the latest firmware to fix your Linksys EA6350 problems.
Case 2: Unable To Access Router’s Web-Based Setup Page
If you cannot access the router setup page, the default IP address might be changed.
To check your router’s current IP address, click the Start menu on your Windows computer and type ‘cmd’ in the search panel.
Right-click the Command Prompt app in the search result and select the Run as administrator option.
Type the ipconfig command and hit the Enter key.
Navigate to the Default Gateway section in the Command Prompt window and note down your router’s IP address.
Use this IP address on your browser to access the router setup page.
Sometimes, you may not be able to access it if the wireless settings to log in to your router setup page have been changed.
Reset Settings To Factory Defaults
To begin with, turn on your router.
Remove the devices connected to your router.
Locate the Reset button on your router.
Use a straight pin or paperclip to press the Reset button. Hold the button for at least 10 seconds or until the LED starts blinking.
You have now completed resetting your router to factory defaults. Reconfigure the router settings on the web-based setup page. If you have difficulties resolving Linksys EA6350 router problems, click the Call button on this page and contact us for assistance in resolving it.