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The Kibosh 360 / Router has it’s own Wi-Fi network which works exactly like any other Wi-Fi, only no Internet nudity, and with malware protection. This should be your primary, and we recommend, only Wi-Fi.

Once you have the 360 setup and working, you should secure the old Wi-Fi, because:

A) the Internet that can be accessed over the old Wi-Fi is wide open with no filters.

B) if you don’t every device that has used the old Wi-Fi in the past, will automatically continue using it. Even if you have already joined that device to the Kibosh’s Wi-Fi (krn600), it will still revert back (quietly) to the old Wi-Fi.

So, securing the old Wi-Fi is a very important step.

How to disable old Wi-Fi:

  1. Connect to the old Wi-Fi
  2. Find the old Wi-Fi router’s admin page, and login:
    • Windows
      • Hit CTRL-R on your keyboard
      • Type ‘cmd’ in the Run window:
        • cmdrun How to secure your old WiFi.
        • Hit Enter to open a DOS Command Prompt (black window)
        • Type > ipconfig in the Command Prompt, and hit Enter
          • Write down the Wireless LAN adapter Default Gateway:
            • gateway_wifi How to secure your old WiFi.
          • Put this number into your browsers URL bar:
            • urlbar How to secure your old WiFi.
          • Hit Enter, and then you should be at your old Wi-Fi router’s login page. At this point you’ll need to figure out how to login, hopefully you have the login ID & password, but usually it’s one of the following:
            • admin / admin
            • admin / password
            • root / password
          • Don’t forget to ask Google for the password if you can’t login – search for your router model + ‘how to login‘ or ‘password to login‘…most of the time you’ll find it.
    • macOS
      • Connect to the old Wi-Fi
      • Open System Preferences
        • Click Network
          • Select the connected Wi-Fi (green) in the left frame
          • Click on Advanced
            • wifiosx How to secure your old WiFi.
          • Select the TCP/IP tab
            • Copy the Router: IP
              • routerip How to secure your old WiFi.
            • Past this IP into your browser’s URL search bar:
              • urlbar How to secure your old WiFi.
            • Hit Enter, and then you should be at your old Wi-Fi router’s login page. At this point you’ll need to figure out how to login, hopefully you have the login ID & password, but usually it’s one of the following:
              admin / admin
              admin / password
              root / password
              Don’t forget to ask Google for the password if you can’t login – search for your router model + ‘how to login’ or ‘password to login’…most of the time you’ll find it.
  3. Disable the old Wi-Fi
    • Once you get logged into the old Wi-Fi router, look for the Wireless section. It’s usually prominently labeled, but there are many types of routers out there, and they are all different. Just know that every wireless router provides a way to turn off the Wi-Fi – you just need to find it.
      • Once you find the Wi-Fi on / off section… turn it off. Immedaitly you will be disconnected, and the only way to turn that old Wi-Fi back on is to connect to the router with an Ethernet cable – log back in – turn Wi-Fi back on..

If you get stuck please call 888-727-3018, or schedule a time to talk with Kibosh support, and we’ll turn it off for you.

Kibosh

The protector of their tomorrows since 2010.