This is somewhat permanent in that it can't be changed until a new firmware update replaces it.
It also can't be removed like you can with software.
So you have a wireless router that has been quietly serving Wi-Fi to your household for many years? Chances are, if you answered yes to either question, you may not have upgraded your router’s firmware in quite some time.
If you have, congratulations, you can stop reading this article right now, if not, read on.
To upgrade the firmware, locate the upgrade file on the local hard drive with the Browse button.
Click here to check for an upgrade on our support site.If the update is interrupted at any point during the process, your router could become useless.This becomes a much smaller risk when a cable is connected directly from the router to the computer you will be using to update the firmware.Most routers have a built-in update checker, which may or may not perform the entire process automatically.If you're using an Apple Air Port router, you can use the Air Port Utility program to check for updates.