What kind of router does SaskTel use?

The Actiontec Gateway Ethernet router connects to the ONT so you can create a wired or wireless home network with your infiNET connection. The Actiontec Gateway includes a built-in firewall and parental controls.

Can I use my own router with SaskTel?

SaskTel Support on Twitter: “@MoreUsersNeeded Yes, you can use your own router to connect to Actiontec (port number 1 with the DMZ mode).

How do I access my SaskTel router settings?

Go to http://gateway.2wire.net/ or from your home computer (clicking this link will open a new tab or window in your browser, and this page will stay open behind it). If this doesn’t work, or your screen looks different than the pictures below, call 1.800. SASKTEL (1.800. 727.5835) anytime.

How do I reset my SaskTel router?

Make sure your computer is securely connected to your gateway (2Wire, Pace, or Actiontec) by an Ethernet cable. Unplug your power cord to the gateway for 30 seconds, then plug it back in. Wait 2 minutes for your gateway to reboot. Restart your computer.

What kind of internet is SaskTel?

infiNET, our fibre optic network Incredible speed and unlimited usage gives you infinite possibilities.

What is Actiontec router?

Actiontec’s DSL Modems/Wireless Routers integrate multiple networking solutions in one box (DSL modem, wireless networking, full routing capability), solving all of your WiFi coverage and networking needs.

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What is a pace 5268ac?

The Pace 5268 is one of the gateways used for Fusion DSL and the primary gateway for Gigabit Fiber customers. It features four gigabit Ethernet LAN ports and a 4×4 MIMO 802.11AC wireless interface.

How do I change my SaskTel router password?

In a browser / desktop version of mySASKTEL

  1. Log in to mySASKTEL.
  2. Under Manage Services, click Internet.
  3. Click Passwords.
  4. Click Wi-Fi.
  5. If there’s more than one serial number in a dropdown, choose the serial number of your gateway.
  6. Enter your new password twice.
  7. Click Submit.

Which number is Wi-Fi password on router?

The default Wi-Fi password or Wireless Key is the number between two bar codes. The Serial Number is the number above two barcodes. In this example, the SSID is 2WIRE110. The default Wi-Fi password or Wireless Network Key is below Mac Address, to the right of the barcode.

Is something wrong with SaskTel Internet?

We are aware of an outage in southwest Regina affecting Internet and MaxTV services. Crews have been dispatched to fix this as soon as possible. All services in SW Saskatchewan have been restored. If you are still experiencing issues, please call 1-800-SASKTEL (727-5835) for further assistance.