What’s better than a Fios® Internet connection in one room, on one device? A Fios Internet connection in virtually every room – on multiple devices. Your Verizon router works together with your modem to transmit an Internet signal throughout your home. When you install a Verizon Fios router as part of your home network, you’ll enjoy a convenient, high speed wireless connection for compatible smartphones, tablets, computers – and more. Get your Verizon Internet router today.
With a Verizon Fios router, you can stream movies in the living room while the kids play online games in the den. You can stream music in the kitchen while you surf the web in the dining room. Are there several web users in your family or multiple web-enabled devices in your home? A Verizon router helps everyone in your household get connected – easily and wirelessly. Make the most of your Fios Internet with a powerful Fios router.
Upgrade to the latest Verizon Fios Router for a network boost.
Are there internet “dead spots” in rooms farthest from your router? A current-generation router can make a big difference in how far your signal reaches. Upgrade to a current-generation Fios router to ensure a stronger internet signal in virtually every room of the house, for your computers, smartphones, and more.
More speed means faster uploads and downloads and better streaming. Have you recently upgraded or considered upgrading your Fios Internet plan? A new Verizon router can help you get the most out of your fast, reliable Fios Internet connection. Upgrading to the latest Fios router can also boost performance on newer web-enabled devices.
If you have a Verizon Fios network set up in your home already, you know how convenient a wireless internet connection can be – especially in homes with multiple internet users and devices. With an advanced Fios router, you can get better performance from your wireless signal on your computers, smartphones, and more.
Fios QuantumTM Gateway is an all-in-one modem and Verizon Fios router. Connect your devices via an Ethernet connection or wirelessly with a Fios Quantum Gateway and enjoy your fast, reliable Fios connection.
Having trouble with your Fios router? Let’s take a look.
Make sure your Verizon Fios router is plugged in and turned on, and check that all cables have a firm connection. Is Wi-Fi enabled on your computer or mobile device? If so, try using another web-enabled device. If you’re able to connect, try troubleshooting your first device instead.
Unplug the Verizon Fios router power cable for 60 seconds, then plug it back in and restart the router. If that doesn’t work, try to connect your computer directly to your Fios router with an Ethernet cable. If you can access the internet via Ethernet connection, it’s time to try adjusting your wireless settings.
If connectivity issues continue, you can restore your Verizon router to its factory default settings. This will delete all network settings on your Fios router, including the ESSID name (the public name you give your wireless network) and the router password that users must enter to connect to the internet on your network.