Changing the Client Lease Time on a Cisco Modem

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If you are experiencing infrequent home WiFi disconnects, Issues connecting additional devices to your WiFi network, or notice that your devices are timing out or are loosing connectivity after a period of time, changing the client lease time on your modem may help resolve these issues.

 

Changing the Client Lease Time on a Cisco Modem

 

  1. Navigate to the Cisco Admin Console by visiting 192.168.0.1 in your internet browser

192.168.0.1 home ip address

 

  1. Log in with the following information:
      • Username: cusadmin
      • Password: You can find the default password printed on the white sticker on your Shaw wireless modem (Cisco DPC3825), referred to as the Passphrase. (If you changed your wireless password, use the new one instead)

 

  1. Select Setup from the top menu bar
  2. Select Lan SetupCisco WiFi Modem Lan Setup

 

  1. Under Network Address Server Settings (DHCP) you will see Client Lease Time. You can change this number by clicking into the text box and entering your preferred client lease time.


Cisco WiFi Modem Lease Time

 

  1. Click Save Settings
    Cisco WiFi Save Settings

 

 

 

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