Western-Digital MyNet-N750 Router

  1. Login to Western-Digital MyNet-N750 Router
  2. Manual for Western-Digital MyNet-N750 Router
  3. Reset Western-Digital MyNet-N750 Router
  4. Western-Digital MyNet-N750 Factory Settings

How to login to the Western-Digital MyNet-N750 router interface

To login the router with the preconfigured default data, follow the guide to Western-Digital MyNet-N750 login.

User’s manual for Western-Digital MyNet-N750 Router

Quick and easy solutions to your Western-Digital MyNet-N750 router problems can be found in the user's manual.

How to reset the Western-Digital MyNet-N750 router to the factory settings

If the router does not work the way you want, you can not access the router by IP address or the username and password do not match, you will probably need to reset it, following the Western-Digital MyNet-N750 reset instructions.

Default settings for the Western-Digital MyNet-N750 router

The router's default settings are those which the router possess at it’s first launch. They include an IP address, username and password. This data will be required, if you apply a reset the Western-Digital MyNet-N750 to factory settings.

How to Protect Your Western-Digital MyNet-N750 Router

Change the Western-Digital MyNet-N750 Default Password

Most Western-Digital routers come with an elementary password known to everyone and written on the device's box. Hackers know this and always try to access your network with these preconfigured passwords. So when you first connect to you new Western-Digital MyNet-N750 router’s interface, the most important thing is to change your initial password. You may not have to use this password often, so be sure to have it written in a safe place. Without it, the only way to access the router may be to reset the device’s factory settings.

Change Western-Digital MyNet-N750 Default IP Address

The routers take the first possible address (, change it to or something similar to that, which you can easily remember. You can change the IP addresses, that are used to a group reserved for private networks. This will protect your Western-Digital MyNet-N750 router from attacks by fake requests (cross-site request forgery CSRF), that most often attack through the user's browser and try to access the router by using IP addresses set as default.

Change Western-Digital MyNet-N750 SSID (Wifi name)

Most Western-Digital routers have the default SSID. These names are known and limited in number, enabling to scan quickly and easily for them, and to easily detect the network and its parameters if there is a match. The initial replacement of the network name, as well as regular replacement, make it difficult to identify the network easily and a also make it difficult for a subsequent attack.

Position the Western-Digital MyNet-N750 in a good place

Position your router near where you spend the most time on the web.
A few tips for positioning the Western-Digital MyNet-N750 router:

- Place the router close to the center of your home.
- Do not put it on the floor but on a desk, table or shelf.
- Do not place it in the immediate vicinity of a wall that will take the signal.
- Do not place it near other devices that emit wireless frequencies, such as microwave ovens or wireless phones.

If your router has external antennas, you need to be sure that they are pointing in the right direction to optimize range and performance.