This article explains how to setup static routes on your Asus Router.
- First you will need to setup our DNS numbers on your router. You may refer to this article as a guide.
- If you already had our DNS numbers setup on your router then navigate to your router administration page by clicking here.
If the link did not work then please read this article to learn how to find your Router's IP Address.
- Log into your Router with the default username and password:
Username: admin Password: admin
If the following username and password was incorrect you may need to contact your internet provider for the routers login information.
- Navigate to the Route tab.
- Add a new static route. Make sure Enable static routes is set to Yes.
- Enter the following values:
Network/Host IP: 188.8.131.52
Interface: LAN & Wireless
- Make sure all changes are saved. Then you may test if the static routes are working correctly by doing a ping test of Google's DNS. To do this on Windows press the Windows Key and R at the same time on your keyboard. Type in
cmdand press Enter. Then type the following:
Press Enter and if you get a "Request timed out" response then your static routes are now correctly set. You may repeat the ping test for 184.108.40.206
- Once the static routes are confirmed working, restart all devices you wish to use. Once back on, each device on your home network will now be set for static routes.
If you experiencing any issues setting up Static Routes on your Asus Router then feel free to contact our support at firstname.lastname@example.org who will get back to you as soon as possible!