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How to Change Your STC WiFi Password: A Step-by-Step Guide

Whether you’re using a Saudi Telecom Company (STC) provided router or have purchased one for your home or office, it’s crucial to keep your WiFi password secure. Changing your password regularly is a great way to ensure that your network remains safe from unauthorized access. In this blog article, we will provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to change your STC WiFi password.

Step 1: Determine Your Router’s IP Address

Before you can change your STC WiFi password, you need to access your router’s settings. To do this, you must know your router’s IP address. Typically, the default IP address for most routers is or You can find this information on a label on the bottom or back of your router, in the router’s user manual, or by searching online for your router model.

Also Read: STC Quicknet Internet Packages 2023

Step 2: Access the Router’s Admin Page

Once you have the router’s IP address, open a web browser on a device connected to the same network as your router. Enter the IP address into the browser’s address bar and hit Enter. You should now see the login page for your router’s admin panel.

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Step 3: Log in to the Admin Panel

To access the router’s admin panel, you’ll need the admin username and password. If you haven’t changed these credentials, they should be the default ones provided by STC or the router’s manufacturer. You can usually find this information on the router’s label, in the user manual, or by searching online for your router model.

Router/ModemIP AddressDefault UsernameDefault Password
I-240W-A ONT192.168.1.1adminadmin
E5577 MBB MyFi192.168.8.1adminadmin
Alcatel Lucent G-240W-B ONT192.168.1.1adminadmin
Dlink DSL G2452GE192.168.1.1admincheck back label
HG658b VDSL 102192.168.1.1adminadmin
DZS-ZNID 2428B1192.168.100.1admincheck back label

Enter the username and password in the respective fields and click “Log In” or “Sign In.” You should now be logged in to your router’s admin panel.

Step 4: Navigate to the Wireless Settings

Once you’re inside the admin panel, look for a menu or tab labeled “Wireless,” “WiFi,” or something similar. This is where you’ll find the settings related to your wireless network. Click on this menu to access the settings.

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Step 5: Locate the Password Settings

Inside the wireless settings, search for a section or submenu labeled “Security,” “Wireless Security,” or “Password.” This is where you’ll be able to modify your current WiFi password. If you see multiple options, look for the one that corresponds to your network’s security type, such as “WPA2-PSK” or “WPA3.”

Step 6: Change Your WiFi Password

In the password settings, you’ll see a field labeled “Passphrase,” “Pre-shared Key,” or “Network Key.” This is where your current WiFi password is stored. Delete the existing password and enter a new, strong password that is at least 8 characters long and includes a combination of letters, numbers, and symbols. It’s essential to use a unique password to ensure maximum security for your network. After entering your new password, double-check it for accuracy to avoid future connection issues.

Step 7: Save Your New Password

Once you’ve entered your new WiFi password, look for a “Save,” “Apply,” or “Submit” button and click on it to save the changes you’ve made. Your router may reboot at this point to apply the new settings. This process may take a few minutes.

Step 8: Reconnect Your Devices

After your router has finished rebooting, you’ll need to reconnect your devices to the WiFi network using the new password. Make sure to update the password on all your devices, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, and smart home gadgets, to maintain a seamless connection.


Changing your STC WiFi password is an essential security measure that helps protect your network from unauthorized access. By following this step-by-step guide, you can easily update your WiFi password and keep your home or office network secure. Remember to change your password regularly and use strong, unique passwords for added protection.

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Mohammed Ameen is an expatriate blogger who loves sharing his experiences of living and working in the Gulf countries.
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