Launch any browser. In the address bar type the following characters: 192.168.0.1 is the default address for a network device. The network cable must be connected to the network card of your computer on one side and the router on the other side. If the connection is active, that is, the computer "sees" the router, in the browser window you are prompted for a password and user name. This is usually admin in both fields. When entered, click OK. The screen displays the main setup page of the router.
If the default password is accepted and you see this message, try searching for username and password in the documentation for the router. Another option: look on the back panel of the network device a small hole that says Reset and press the button that is inside a long, thin object. This will reset all settings to the factory defaults and you can use the default password.
Find the link on the LAN or Network Settings. From different manufacturers the name may different, but it mentioned one of the options network. Select the partition with your mouse pointer and find a submenu through which you can enable DHCP on the router. It could be the DHCP service or DHCP settings.
Check the checkbox next to Enable DHCP server. Below you will see two fields for entering a valid for your network IP addresses, such as 192.168.0.1 - 192.168.0.3. This is useful in order to limit the number of users of Internet resources. In the wireless router , you can only specify two addresses, for example, for your laptop and mobile phone. That would be the easiest connection.
Locate the field labeled Default Gateway or Gateway Adress. Specify the address of the gateway network that has the ip address gateway to the Internet for all your computers. Usually it coincides with the address of the router, 192.168.0.1.
Click the Save button at the bottom of the page and then click the next button Save/Reboot. This will reboot the router and the changes will take effect.