How to change the Huawei Wireless Router Password

There are two steps in going about doing this.

1) Your need to know your Huawei Wireless Router access user name and password. Default is admin/admin

2) If you also forget your WLAN password, then you have to reset the Wireless Router. After reset, the router has a default SSID and Security Key.

Now assuming you still remember your WLAN SSID and password, but you only need to change the WLAN password. This is how you go about it.

  • Connect your Huawei Wireless Router to a desktop or laptop computer and turn on your computer and the Wireless Router. Make sure the wireless router is transmitting (two lights ON).
  • On the desktop/laptop computer, search for the SSID of the Wireless Router and connect to it.
  • Now go to the desktop/laptop computer Internet browser and type
    URL: 192.168.8.1/html/home.html
  • With the Huawei Setting Menu, click “Connection Settings” and type in the Wireless Router User name and password.
  • Select “Quick Setup” and follow the instructions to change the WLAN SSID (if necessary) and the access password.
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Photo Walk on 30-05-2015 (Saturday)

It’s a long time since I last organized a photo walk. I am planning a repeat of one of the past walks. We will start from Raffles Place MRT and walk along Marina Bay to the Merlion Park. Then we walk along Cavenagh Bridge, crossing the Singapore River and walk along Singapore River, passing Raffles landing site and continue to Elgin Bridge. From here, we continue to walk along the Singapore River till we reach Clarke Quay MRT. For those who want to break off from here can do so or they can continue to walk till we reach Liang Court Departmental Store.

We will meet at Raffles Place MRT on the date and time stated below. Come and share with us your photo-taking skills.

For those interested in IT, you can continue to make a short movie with the pictures taken using Microsoft Windows Movie Maker.

Date: 30-May-2015 (Saturday)
Time: 3.00PM
Time to Commence Walk: 3.05PM
Fee: Free (no charge)
(Total walking and picture taking time is about 2 hours).

Meeting Place:  After coming out of Raffles Place MRT Station, turn left, up escalator and wait nearby Jollibean Stall.
To bring: Camera, umbrella, sunglass/sun shade, bottled water.

Those registered coming:
1) Siew Lee
2) Florence Lee
3) Su Yin
4) Molly Wee
5) Doreen Tay
6) Alice Tan
7) Gabriella Chua
8) Simon Yeong
9) Siew Wah
10) Kiang Ngiap
11) Agnes Chiew
12) Joe Chin
13) Meow Shim
14)

Xmas Walk (19-12-2014, Friday – 6.30PM to 9.30PM)

It is the time of the year again where we will say goodbye to the current Year (2014) and welcoming the New Year (2015).

It is also timely to count our blessing year by year by meeting with like-minded people to cherish our fellowship and having a simple Christmas food court dinner together. As with any other years, this is a good time and opportunity to stroll, after dinner, along Orchard Road and try your night photography skills with your smartphone and/or camera. For those interested, please see details below.

Date: 19th Dec 2014 (Friday evening)
Time: 6.30PM to 9.30PM
Meeting Place and Start Point: Tanglin Mall Food Court (junction of Orchard Road & Grange Road). End Point will be at Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station.

Program:
1) Dinner before chat: 6.30PM to 7.30PM: for those who can come early, we can have a dinner together in the food court and getting to know each other better.
2) Fellowship: 7.30PM to 8.30PM: Chat at Mall (free n easy – form your own small group on per table basis). Share what you have experienced this year, your reflections, what you can do better,
3) Start walking: 8.30PM to 9.30PM: Start walking and picture taking.
4) For those who want to know how they can enhance their computer skills, please come a bit earlier, say 6.00PM or stay back in Plaza Singapura Kopitiem till 10.30PM.
Size of Gathering: Registration will close when 20 is reached.
Hewlee
SIWA (2013)

Those coming:
1) Charles Wee
2) Gabriella Chua
3) Winnie Tan
4) Maureen Lee
5) Grace Kang
6) Joan Ang
7) Leon Lau
8) Peter Loo
9) Laura Wee
10) Dorothy Low
11) Serene Low
12) Noelle Tan
13) Moon Wong
14) Eyvonne Chew
15) Christina Pan
16) Lily Lim
17) Irene Poh
18) Lina Tan
19) Marg Tian
20) Irene Chua
21) Dorine Tan
Registration is now CLOSED.

 

Screening Movie & e-Entertainment (15-02-2014, Saturday)

The movie, titled, “Alone in the Wilderness”.

This “Alone in the Wilderness” is a 60 minutes movie about one man, Richard Proenneke, who after retirement at the age of 50 in 1967, decided to build a cabin on the shore of Twin Lakes up in the Alaska mountain wilderness. The first summer he scouted for the best cabin site, cut and peeled the logs he would need for his cabin. He returned the next summer to finish the cabin where he lived for over 30 years with nature.  Only when his health was failing him that he returned back to civilization and lived the remainder of his life with his brother in Hemet, California. He died in April 2003 at the age of 86. He left his cabin and legacy to the National Park Service and it remains a popular visitor attraction in the still remote Twin Lakes region.

You can view with 360° perspective, the surrounding cabin site and interior of the cabin by visiting – http://www.nps.gov/lacl/historyculture/proennekes-cabin.htm

The Movie …
“Thousands have had such dreams, but Richard Proenneke lived them. He found a place, built a cabin, and stayed to become part of the country. This video “Alone in the Wilderness” is a simple account of the day-to-day explorations and activities he carried out alone, and the constant chain of nature’s events that kept him company.” – Sam Keith

e-Entertainment – it is an IT skill to get yourself “entertained” through surfing the Internet. Though certain sites (especially those marketable movies) require a small rental fee for viewing, but there are also a lot of short videos, also entertaining, out there for FREE viewing. I will also touch on the meaning of “Smart TV” and “Home Intelligence”.

Program: 1st hour – See “Alone in the Wilderness” movie

2nd hour – e-Entertainment
Date: 15-02-2014 (Saturday)
Time: 3PM to 5PM
Movie Start at 3.05PM sharp
Venue: Leng Kee Community Club (5-minutes walk from Redhill MRT)
Attendance Fee: Free (no charge).

The classroom can only accommodate 25 persons and registration will close at 25.

Those registered coming:

1) Richard Lean
2) Vivian Lai
3) Peri Liew
4) Thomas Loh
5) Winnie Tan
6) Joy Chuang
7) Lilian Teo
8) Judy Lim
9) Irene Poh
10) Joyce Kwok
11) Bobby Bok
12) Lim Tian Soo
13) Aaron How
14) Maureen Lee
15) Ronald Lam
16) Joan Ang
17) Ronald Lee
18) Gingko Tay
19) John Howe
20) Myra Chia
21) Peng Peng
22) HC Lee
23) Lina Ng
24) June Koh
25) Charles Chua
26) Registration is now CLOSED.

High-Tea Anyone? (21-02-14, Friday)

Men and Women, all are welcome,
in this month of twenty-one.
Found a place in HarbourFront,
to meet and not to get drunk.

We invite eight of you to come,
cause we can discuss as one.
Jokes and laughter are welcome,
if each of you can bring one.

The Details …
High Tea with a Small Chit-chat Group
Date: 21-02-2014 (Friday)
Time: 3PM to 5PM
Venue: SwissBake @ HarbourFront (Level 1)
Meeting Place: When you arrived HarbourFront on NE-Line Station, there are three directions of EXITS (go STRAIGHT or turn LEFT to VIVO and the third is to turn RIGHT to HarbourFront). We will be waiting at the turn RIGHT EXIT.
We will start walking to the cafe (from the meeting place) at 3.05PM.
Hewlee

Those registered coming (max 8-pax):
1) Hewlee
2) Gingko Tay
3) Zara Lim
4) Sim Seng
5) Alice Seah
6) Peter Loo
7) Joy Chuang
8) Joan Ang
9) Registration is now closed.

Small Group Gathering (6 pax) on 21-11-2013 (Thursday)

Over a cup of coffee/tea, drink or with snack, we have two solid hours of networking and getting to know each other better. All members are welcomed.

The details:
Date: 21-11-2013 (Thursday)
Time: 3PM to 5PM
Venue: Swissbake Café @ Marina Bay Link Mall
Meeting Place: After coming out of Raffles Place MRT Station, turn left, up escalator and wait nearby Jollibean Stall.
(We will start walking to the café at 3.05PM)
[For those who missed us, you can meet us at the café itself at 8A, Marina Boulevard, #B2-47].

For those who still have time to spare, we can have our dinner at Marina Bay Sands Food Court and continue to chat and/or to experience the nightlife there.

hewlee

Those registered coming:
1) hewlee
2) Chia Pheng Sok
3) Alice Seah
4) Jassmine Teo
5) Paul Kong
6) Johnny Pow
7) Anne
8) Gingko Tay

Registration now closed.