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Changing the Wireless Channel on the BEC 7300 modem

Make sure your computer is directly connected to your modem with an ethernet cable (the yellow cord that came with the modem) It is possible to make this change while connected to your wireless network, but could lead to some complications.

Open your internet browser and clear the address bar at the top. Type the modem's IP address, 192.168.1.254 as shown below, then 
press Enter on your keyboard


A window requesting a login will appear. Type the word admin (all lowercase) in both the username and password fields, and click OK or Login


Click WLAN on the upper left side of the screen 


The following page will load.
1. Click on the Channel Id field and choose a new channel
2. Click Apply 

 
After applying the new channel it might take a few seconds for your computer to recognize the new channel and reconnect if you are attempting this wirelessly.
Click Save Config at the bottom of the screen 


Click Apply


It will take a few moments to save the settings to flash and you are ready to test out the new channel.
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