CYBERsitter BLACK v1 Setup
black, all lowercase. Enter the password, and click on Login.. This should open up the entire site.
/24at the end. We don't need that. We only need the part of the address up to (and not including) the / character.
1. So, you would change
192.168.1.1. This is almost certainly your router address. So you would enter the following in your browser's address bar to access your router
adminunless you added a user at some point. If you didn't change your password, many manufacturers use
passwordas the default password. One way or another, you need to log in, so you will need the user name and password. If you received your router from your telephone or cable company, look on the documentation or box you received from them. You can also call their technical support line.
DNSservers. This stands for Domain Name Service. DNS is like the telephone book for the internet. We are going to change your DNS to use the CYBERsitter BLACK instead.
DHCPsettings area of your router configuration. You will probably have two DNS server entries, each set to a different IP address. You should write these down and save them in case you ever want to return your router to it's original settings.
Save Changes, whichever is applicable.
WiFIsettings as well, because some routers allow different settings for wireless devices. In each case, you will want to change your DNS servers as detailed above.
Save Changesand check your settings to make sure they all updated properly.
It should display a test page that is located on one of our servers. It will tell you what was tested and let you know that your BLACK is functioning properly.
Request Helpbutton below. Provide your router manufacturer and model number and send us a message letting us know where you are having problems. There are a lot of different types of routers out there, but we'll find the the information for you and send you back customized instructions.
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