Asus also recommends you reset the router after the installation is complete by pressing the reset button on the router's underside for 5 seconds.First, ensure that you're on the same network as your router.TP-Link routers have a design flaw not present in other manufacturers' devices: firmware updates wipe your settings. Do so by clicking the Advanced tab at the top of the screen, then System Tools, and Backup & Restore.When that's done, return to System Tools and click on Firmware Upgrade.In the Backup & Restore menu, find the Restore heading.Then click Browse, find your saved file and select Restore.Download the Circle app from the i OS App Store or from the Android Play Store and then open it up while connected to your NETGEAR router's Wi-Fi network to begin setting up your Circle parental controls.For more information check out our article on setting up Circle on NETGEAR, particularly the sections on "Setting up your account" and everything following.
Below you'll find instructions on how to do that via the router web GUI.
You may have to manually download software; you may have to flip your router over and read teeny, tiny serial numbers.
In short, updating your router's firmware is a pain, but you've got to do it.
That's convenient, because updating Amped Wireless firmware takes a little tech know-how that should sound familiar to anyone who's built a PC.
While some of the company's routers can update their firmware automatically, the company website provides Briefly, go to the Amped Wireless website and visit its support section.