How to set up CDR-King LP-8616C AP Router (Globe Broadband)

How to set up CDR-King LP-8616C AP Router (Globe Broadband)

I recently purchased an INDOOR HIGH POWER WIRELESS-N LONG RANGE MIMO AP ROUTER [1T1R] from CDR-King for Php 990.00 only. It’s cheaper than what Globe was offering (Php 350.00/month x 3 = Php 1,050.00) so i think i got a good deal.

Here’s what’s included in the box (Install CD not pictured below but is included):

I was trying to set it up yesterday but unfortunately, I was not able to configure it securely (GLOBE MODEM (ethernet cable) > AP ROUTER > PC on wireless connection). The WIFI connection was broadcasting publicly. Anyone can connect to it w/o password and i didn’t want that. The problem was that whenever I tried connecting the LAN cable from AP ROUTER to PC, the ROUTER would immediately turn off (all lights went off – POWER, WAN, WLAN, LAN 1-4). Since I can’t get it to work last night… I contacted CDR-King online support and through YM Chat.. he gave me a document which had Step by Step procedures on how configure the LP-8186 AP/Router on Globe connection (you can view this below). He suggested that I use another LAN cable for the AP ROUTER to PC Connection because some cables are not crimped properly according to him… i tried the LAN cable I was using on Wi-tribe (so i’m sure that it works) but the AP ROUTER still turns off as soon as I connect the LAN cable connected to my PC. Then, after a while.. I tried switching the cables I got from Globe and AP ROUTER and… thank GOD.. it worked!!!! So my set up is:

Ethernet Cable 1:
GLOBE MODEM (LAN cable from AP ROUTER, gray) > WAN Port of AP ROUTER

Ethernet Cable 2:
LAN Prot of AP ROUTER (LAN Cable from GLOBE DS,yellow) > LAN Port of PC


CONFIGURING YOUR AP ROUTER (INSTRUCTIONS)


Download here

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44 thoughts on “How to set up CDR-King LP-8616C AP Router (Globe Broadband)

    1. #1 – I’m a female.. you can’t call me Sir.. Ms. Jaz pwede na. Lolz ;D
      #2 – Umm, I’ve hidden my manual somewhere (maybe it’s still in the box). I’ll try to find it tomorrow :)
      #3 – Q: Did you forget your password or is this the first time that you’re setting it up? Answer that and I’ll get back to you tomorrow ;)
      Meanwhile, you can reset your router by holding the RESET button at the back of the router until it turns off then proceed with the instructions on CONFIGURING YOUR AP ROUTER above (download the word doc if needed). if the login box pop up still apears try the ff:

      username-password
      (blank)-(blank)
      admin-(blank)
      admin-1234
      admin-0000

      See how that goes :) I’m just giving you options.. hehe, I actually haven’t had a problem logging in the IP address of the router (check the back part of the router if you don’t know what’s yours. You may also contact CDR King’s Router Assistance Hotlines:
      02-362-0393
      02-362-1240

      For Router Assistance (Mobile):
      (0923) 659-8857
      (0922) 2444303

      ****Mondays-Sundays****
      9:00 AM to 12:30 PM and 1:30 PM – 6:00 PM

  1. sorry pal, I really can’t find my manual as well.. if the document above doesn’t help.. contact CDR King’s Router Assistance immediately :) I already wrote the contact details above ;)

  2. Hi.. i am wondering what “Globe connection” means in here “LP-8186 AP/Router on Globe connection”. Thank you!

      1. oo naman :) pinay ako eh. haha
        anyway, pano ka nagtry magconnect? LAN or Wireless? natry mo na bang sundan ang steps na nasa post na to? may error code ka bang nakikita kapag tinatry mong magconnect sa internet. pls give me more details so I can see if I can help you :)

    1. I don’t know but you can try :) I have only used this on a Globe Broadband connection.. If you’re having difficulty setting it up, try calling you’re ISP’s tech support for assistance. :)

  3. pls help me… i cnt cofugure my WR-NET-003-LO(LP-8616S), nag change aq ng password then bglang my nag appear n window error saying that i need to enter my user name and password. i type my user name and password pero ayaw mbukas… pls help me asap. thank u..

  4. good morning may i ask why does my internet keeps on disconnecting after an hour after successfully configuring the router? it keeps on saying there is no valid ip? thanks

    1. Try to check all router settings.. it could (not saying it would…) lead you to an answer. I usually get answers by trial and error but if that fails.. there’s always Google… you friendly research buddy :D

  5. Just like to thank you Ms. Jazee for this… i’ve lost my manual and the box for this wi-fi router. By the way nice blog… but it’s like a crossword puzzle it’s hard to read my head spinning after reading this… LoL! Thanks again… :D

  6. Guys I need a help on how to configure a CD-R King Router(WR-NET-016-LO) wherein I am using a PLDT connection. Can someone help me here to set it up for Window 7 OS. I will really appreciate your help if there would be a youtube guide about this. Thanks a lot.

  7. hi! ask ko lang if you could help me to configure my router..? kasi i’ve tried everything in your procedure and other suggestions pero hindi pa din ako makakonek sa internet gamit ung nabili kong router.. same lang sya nung nasa taas na picture. panu kaya un?? please help me.. smartbro pala ung connection na gamit ko.. thanks!!

    1. For SmartBRO settings, pls contact your ISP.
      Globe lang kasi ginamit ko for this tutorial…
      Try contacting CDR King’s Router Assistance Hotlines po :)
      02-362-0393
      02-362-1240

      For Router Assistance (Mobile):
      (0923) 659-8857
      (0922) 2444303

      ****Mondays-Sundays****
      9:00 AM to 12:30 PM and 1:30 PM – 6:00 PM

  8. pwedeng mag paturo ako, kasi bumili ako sa cd-r king nang router. indoor smart wireless=n long range router (1t1r) ginawa ko na lahat nang procedure pero ayaw pa ring gumana. kung sino man ang may alam kung paano i configure ito please paturo naman.

    1. I haven’t tried indoor smart wireless=n long range router (1t1r) pa…
      Try contacting CDR King’s Router Assistance Hotlines po :)
      02-362-0393
      02-362-1240

      For Router Assistance (Mobile):
      (0923) 659-8857
      (0922) 2444303

      ****Mondays-Sundays****
      9:00 AM to 12:30 PM and 1:30 PM – 6:00 PM

    1. A Modem is necessary and it’s usually included in any broadband DSL packages offered by any Internet service providers. You can use this to get internet connection even without a router and just plug the ethernet cable #1 to your computer. However, the Router is an optional item :) You will only need it if you want multiple devices to connect to your internet connection. Either WIFI or through LAN. Nowadays, some already offer a modem/router device like the one I have now from Globe [new account] – Brand: Huawei so I didn’t buy a separate router for my new DSL connection anymore.

    1. you may either check the manual that came with the router or look at the sticker at the back or bottom of the router if may nakalagay na username and password :)

  9. Wow, this piece of writing is fastidious, my sister
    is analyzing these things, thus I am going to tell her.

  10. According to http://www.cdrking.com/index.php?mod=products&type=view&sid=10539&main=50

    FYI po..
    Default IP Address: 192.168.10.254
    Username: NONE
    Password: NONE

    FAQs:

    How do you find your router configuration web page?
    > Get the default gateway and type the value on the address bar of the browser.
    How to Get the Default Gateway

    A) Using Control Panel
    1. Click Control Panel
    2. Click Network and Internet Connections
    3. Click Network Connection
    4. You will see the LAN icon
    5. Click Status
    6. Note: **On the upper portion you will see the General& Support** > Click Support
    7. You will see the “DEFAULT GATEWAY”
    8. Copy the Default Gateway value

    B) Using Command Prompt
    1. Click Start
    2. Click “RUN”
    3. Type the word ”cmd”then press ENTER, the command prompt will appear
    4. Type “ipconfig” then ENTER
    5. Look for “Default Gateway”
    6. Copy the Default Gateway value

    C) Using the Network Icon ( in Windows 7)
    1. Right click the internet icon on the lower right of your computer
    2. Click open network and sharing center
    3. Click local area connection
    4. Then Click details
    5. You will see the IPV4 Default gateway > Copy the Default Gateway value

    [What are the reasons sometimes you are already connected to the internet but still you cannot browse to any site?]

    A) FOR LAN
    1. Conflict in IP address between the Router and modem.
    2. Configuration of a router is not accurate (DHCP or STATIC).
    3. Proxy servers for LAN not yet uncheck.
    4. Local connection of computer manually input the IP address.

    B) FOR WIRELESS
    1. Delete the WI-FI history
    2. How to delete Wi-Fi history in Win7, WinXP and Window Vista?

    (WinXp)
    1.Click Start
    2. Click Control Panel
    3. Click Network and Internet Connections
    4. Click Network Connections
    5. You will see “Wireless Network Connection”
    6. Right Click Wireless Network Connection
    7. Click Properties
    8. On the upper portion, you will see General, Wireless Connections &Advanced
    9. Click Wireless Networks
    10. On the lower left, you will see the list of your previous WI-FI connections under preferred networks
    11. Click every name on the box
    12. Click Remove

    Using Network Icon
    1. On the lower right, click the wireless icon
    2. Click view available wireless networks
    3. Click Change advanced settings
    4. On the upper portion, you will see General, Wireless Connections & Advanced
    5. Click Wireless Networks
    6. On the lower left, you will see the list of your previous WI-FI connections under preferred networks
    7. Click every name on the box
    8. Click Remove

    Using Internet Option
    1. Pen browser (Internet Explorer)
    2. Click Tools
    3. Select Internet Options
    4. Under General, Check the box correspond the Delete Browsing History
    5. Click Delete

    (Win7 and Win Vista)
    1. Click Start
    2. Click Control Panel
    3. Click Network and Internet
    4. Click Network and Sharing Center
    5. On the upper left you will see Manage wireless networks
    6. Click Manage wireless networks
    7. You will see the list of your previous WI-FI connections
    8. Click every name on the list
    9. Click Remove Network

    I HOPE THIS HELPS! ;)
    Hey, btw.. follow me on Twitter will yah? ;) Thanks :)
    https://twitter.com/bebejaz

  11. bat ganon po di na mbksan ung 192.168.10.254 na ip saken d ko tloy mlgyan ng password ung wifi ko. ng una naman nabukas sya

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