Ordinary wireless Intelligent router user, need to hold the wireless intelligent router which basic setup method? The basic setting of wireless intelligent router is the basic parameters of wireless network, such as Network Name (SSID), wireless channel, network mode and so on. The following is an example of a JCG jhr-n825r wireless Smart router, explaining the basic settings for a wireless smart router.
1. Network Name: The SSID is the network name shared by all devices in the wireless network, which is the wireless network identification that wireless devices see when they scan the wireless network.
You can modify the network name (typically supported by changing to numbers, English, letters, special exceptions) or by default, as shown in the following figure:
2. Wireless network switch: The default is open, you can also choose to close, in the case of the shutdown can only use "wired" for the Internet, the following figure:
3. Network mode: The default network mode of wireless router is 11b/g/n mixed, but you can choose different network mode according to your network card and environment. If 802.11 b and 802.11 g devices are present in the network, select blending mode to maintain compatibility.
The following figure:
4. Wireless channel: Set up a suitable wireless channel for the wireless network, especially when the wireless signal loves to disturb, the wireless channel setting appears to be still important.
Choose the wireless channel that is appropriate for your environment or default, never select Automatic, as shown in the following figure:
5. Security settings: You can modify the "Safe Mode", "Encryption Algorithm", "Wireless password", or choose the default, the following figure:
Wireless security Settings
The current wireless encryption mode has an open, shared, WPA individual, WPA2 personal is currently the safest way to authenticate, it can effectively protect your wireless network is not cracked.
This page allows you to set the security mode and encryption type of the wireless network to prevent unauthorized clients from accessing your wireless network.
These are the "wireless" basic settings of the router and want to help you when you set up your wireless router.