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Wireless - Summary NVG468MQ Version: 9.2.0h3d78 WAN Link:   Up Link Type:   ONT WAN Link Speed:   1000 Mbps WAN Conn:   Connected Conn Type:   DHCP Client WAN IP:   Wireless2G:   Enabled SSID:   Encryption:   WPA2 Wireless5G:   Enabled SSID:   Encryption:   WPA2 Skip to Main Content Main Wireless Network Firewall Advanced Status Wireless Summary Basic Settings 2.4 GHz Basic Settings 5 GHz Guest Access 2.4 GHz Guest Access 5 GHz WPS MAC Address Control Wireless Schedule Advanced 2.4 GHz Advanced 5 GHz Wireless - Summary   2.4 GHz Radio 5 GHz Radio Wi-Fi Radio Status: operational operational Mode: B/G/N AC Channel Bandwidth: 20MHz 80MHz Radio Channel: 11 (auto) 149 (auto) Power Level: 100% 100%   Primary SSID: Enabled Enabled SSID Availability: UP UP Network Name (SSID): Isolation: Disabled Disabled Broadcast SSID: Yes Yes Security: WPA2 WPA2 Password: ****** ****** MAC Address Filtering: Disabled Disabled WPS: Disabled Enabled   Guest SSID: Disabled Disabled SSID Availability: DOWN DOWN   Video SSID:   Enabled Hide Help Wi-Fi Radio Status: Indicates whether or not the wireless interface is enabled and working. Mode: The wireless standard in operation on this gateway. Channel Bandwidth: The bandwidth selection chosen for this gateway. Radio Channel: The channel on which the wireless radio is operating. Power Level: The device can operate at a reduced power level to cover a smaller area. For instance, in a densely populated setting, you might reduce the transmit power to reduce interference with other wireless transmitters. Primary/Guest SSID: A wireless client connected to a Primary SSID may be able to communicate with other devices on that SSID and elsewhere on the LAN, as well as connect to the Internet. A wireless client connected to a Guest SSID can connect to the Internet, but it cannot communicate with other devices. SSID Availability: This status indicates whether the SSID can be accessed by a wireless client, taking into account if the radio is enabled and functional, if the ssid is enabled, if the Wireless Scheduler is enabled, if the Wireless Scheduler is enabled for the SSID, and if the schedule time is blocked/allowed. Network Name (SSID): This name should appear when a wireless client searches for available networks. Isolation: When enabled, wireless clients on a given SSID cannot communicate with each other. Broadcast SSID: If enabled, the gateway's Network Name (SSID) will appear in wireless client searches. Security: The security mechanism between the gateway and its clients. Password: The Wi-Fi password, if security is WPA or WEP. MAC Address Filtering: On indicates that the gateway is inspecting MAC addresses before connecting Wi-Fi clients. WPS: Wireless Protected Setup is a feature that helps with the initial connection of wireless clients. Video SSID: The wireless support for your Set Top Box (STB). © 2017 ARRIS Enterprises, LLC. All rights reserved.
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