First, you have to be sure that the router, for which you have to reset the password, is properly connected to the network.
Also, ensure that the router is updated with the latest firmware.
To proceed to change the Router's password through the Belkin Setup, first; we advise the users to complete the firmware updates if pending.
After that, the Belkin Setup window will show up.
On the Belkin Setup window, you have to set the login credentials for your Belkin Router. The details that you will input on that page will help to facilitate access to your internet network after the changes complete successfully.
Hence, you are recommended to provide a unique network name in the very first vacant text box.
After that, input a distinct and robust password to protect your network from unauthorized access.
However, you have to be sure that the password you set for your network is easy to remember. Else, you can keep a note with you for future reference.
Furthermore, you will have to select a security type from the options available in the list.
For this, hit the respective drop-down list.
Then, choose a preferred option.
Remember, the Belkin Setup suggests the users opt for WPA2 as your network's security type.
Usually, WPA1 is the most secure protocol for securing your network.
Now, proceed towards the end of the window displaying on the screen.
Then, find the highlighted button that says 'save and continue.'
Tap on the same option to modify the username and the password for your Belkin Router.
After that, a window opens and displays the network name with the password that you have provided for your network security. This happens for verification purposes.
Therefore, check the information displayed attentively.
As a result, the credentials that you have provided will allow you to set the connection between different wireless devices and your internet network.
This way, the password reset process for your router through the Belkin Setup process completes.
However, you can click on the option 'great, what's next?' to proceed with the next stages of your Belkin Setup process.