How to Use a 3G USB Modem with a Wireless Router?

In order to access any form of high speed connection in any corner of your home, you need to have the latest 3G USB modem that can adapt with wireless router. A wireless router is a device in a wireless local area network (WLAN) that determines the next network point to which the internet signal should be forwarded. A wireless router works in the same way as the router in a hard-wired home or business local area network (LAN), but allows greater mobility for notebook or portable computers. Doing so will help you to enable your laptop elsewhere in our home to access the web easily. Using a 3G USB modem helps you being online without any internet shortage while traveling or staying away from your usual Internet connection. You can even share the connection with other devices with the help of compatible wireless router. You can use a wireless router which is specifically selected for mobile broadband and 3G modems to establish a LAN for nearby Wi-Fi-compatible computers and other devices.

So, let’s start with the task of connecting 3G USB Modem with a Wireless Router. It’s very simple! You just need to connect your 3G USB-enabled wireless routers to the power and insert one end of its power supply into the device’s “Power” or “AC” port. Again, insert the other end of the power supply into a nearby electrical outlet and after that, connect your 3G USB modem to an available USB slot on the wireless router with the help of a USB cable. Once done with the connection process, you need to open “View Wireless Networks” option which is present on your PC or other Wi-Fi-enabled devices. It will now display a list of available wireless networks. Just click the required network connection or Wi-Fi icon in your Windows Explorer taskbar’s notification area. In some device, you will find the same option in Finder menu bar.

It’s still yet to finish! Now you have to select the wireless network that you named after your wireless router’s model which will then connect the computer or Wi-Fi-enabled device to your newly established network. You can enter the network’s password, if asked, though this is only required for password-protected networks, which you may not have put if you are using the wireless router for the first time. If you do, then you can enter the initial password provided in your wireless router’s instruction manual. If not asked, then you will be connected directly to your 3G USB modem’s Wi-Fi signal through the wireless router. Finally, you can perform online functions from the connected device, such as browsing the Web or transferring files and data.