Wi-Fi Connection Edit 2.4 GHz for the Arris TG862GCT - XfinityRouter Sceenshot

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Xfinity xFinity Gateway At a Glance Email Notification --> Connection Status Xfinity Network Local IP Network Wi-Fi MoCA Firewall Software Hardware System Hardware Battery* LAN Wireless USB Wizard Connected Devices Devices Cordless Handsets Network Storage Range Extenders Parental Control Managed Sites Managed Services Managed Devices Reports Advanced Port Forwarding Port Triggering QoS DMZ Dynamic DNS Device Discovery Media Sharing DLNA DLNA Settings Digital Media Servers Digital Media Players Media Index File Sharing Local Users Troubleshooting Logs Diagnostic Tools Reset/Restore Gateway Change Password Gateway > Connection > Wi-Fi > Edit 2.4 GHz Manage your 2.4 GHz network settings. Network Name (SSID): Identifies your home network from other nearby networks. Your default name can be found on the bottom label of the Gateway, but can be changed for easier identification. Mode: 2.4 GHz operates in b/g/n modes. Unless you have older Wi-Fi devices that use only 'b' mode, use the default 802.11 g/n for faster performance. Security Mode: Secures data between your Wi-Fi devices and the Gateway. The default WPAWPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES) setting is compatible with most devices and provides the best security and performance. Channel Selection: Channel to be used for your home Wi-Fi network. In Automatic mode (default), the Gateway will select the channel with the least amount of Wi-Fi interference. In Manual mode, you can choose the channel to be used. Network Password (Key): Required by Wi-Fi products to connect to your secure network. The default setting can be found on the bottom label of the Gateway. Broadcast Network Name (SSID): If enabled, the Network Name (SSID) will be shown in the list of available networks. (If unchecked, you'll need to enter the exact Network Name (SSID) to connect.) Manage your 2.4 GHz network settings. Network Name (SSID): Identifies your home network from other nearby networks. Your default name can be found on the bottom label of the Gateway, but can be changed for easier identification. Mode: 2.4 GHz operates in b/g/n modes. Unless you have older Wi-Fi devices that use only 'b' mode, use the default 802.11 g/n for faster performance. Security Mode: Secures data between your Wi-Fi devices and the Gateway. The default WPAWPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES) setting is compatible with most devices and provides the best security and performance. Network Password (Key): Required by Wi-Fi products to connect to your secure network. The default setting can be found on the bottom label of the Gateway. Broadcast Network Name (SSID): If enabled, the Network Name (SSID) will be shown in the list of available networks. (If unchecked, you'll need to enter the exact Network Name (SSID) to connect.) Manage your Public Wi-Fi network settings. Network Name (SSID): Identifies your home Wi-Fi network from other nearby Wi-Fi networks. Your default name can be found on the bottom label of the Gateway, but can be changed for easier identification. Mode: 2.4 GHz operates in b/g/n modes. Unless you have older Wi-Fi devices that use only 'b' mode, use the default 802.11 g/n for faster performance. Security Mode: Secures data between your Wi-Fi devices and the Gateway. The default WPAWPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES) setting is compatible with most computers and provides the best security and performance. Network Password (Key): Required by Wi-Fi devices to connect to your secure network. The default setting can be found on the bottom label of the Gateway. Broadcast Network Name (SSID): If enabled, the Network Name (SSID) will be shown in the list of available networks. (If unchecked, you'll need to enter the exact Network Name (SSID) to connect.) Manage your Public Wi-Fi network settings. Network Name (SSID): Identifies your home Wi-Fi network from other nearby Wi-Fi networks. Your default name can be found on the bottom label of the Gateway, but can be changed for easier identification. Mode: 2.4 GHz operates in b/g/n modes. Unless you have older Wi-Fi devices that use only 'b' mode, use the default 802.11 g/n for faster performance. Security Mode: Secures data between your Wi-Fi devices and the Gateway. The default WPAWPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES) setting is compatible with most computers and provides the best security and performance. Network Password (Key): Required by Wi-Fi devices to connect to your secure network. The default setting can be found on the bottom label of the Gateway. Broadcast Network Name (SSID): If enabled, the Network Name (SSID) will be shown in the list of available networks. (If unchecked, you'll need to enter the exact Network Name (SSID) to connect.) Manage your 2.4 GHz network settings. Network Name (SSID): Identifies your home Wi-Fi network from other nearby Wi-Fi networks. Your default name can be found on the bottom label of the Gateway, but can be changed for easier identification. Mode: 2.4 GHz operates in b/g/n modes. Unless you have older Wi-Fi devices that use only 'b' mode, use the default 802.11 g/n for faster performance. Security Mode: Secures data between your Wi-Fi devices and the Gateway. The default WPAWPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES) setting is compatible with most devices and provides the best security and performance. Channel Selection: Channel to be used for your home Wi-Fi network. In Automatic mode (default), the Gateway will select the channel with the least amount of Wi-Fi interference. In Manual mode, you can choose the channel to be used. Network Password(Key): Required by Wi-Fi products to connect to your secure network. The default setting can be found on the bottom label of the Gateway. Broadcast Network Name (SSID): If enabled, the Network Name (SSID) will be shown in the list of available networks. (If unchecked, you'll need to enter the exact Network Name (SSID) to connect.) --> Private Wi-Fi Network Configuration (2.4 GHz) Wireless Network: Enable Disable Network Name for 2.4 GHz (SSID): Mode: 802.11 g/n 802.11 b/g/n Security Mode: WPAWPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES) (Recommended) WPA2-PSK (AES) Show More Security Mode Options with: NONE EAP/DOT1x DOT1x-OPEN Channel Selection: Automatic Manual Channel Selection: Automatic Manual --> Channel: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Network Password: Show Network Password: Broadcast Network Name (SSID): Enabled Enable WMM: Enabled VLAN ID: VLAN Priority: Hotspot: Enable Disable --> Hotspot Enable: Enabled Maximum Number Of Concurrent Clients: DSCP Value For Tunneled Packets: WLAN GW Primary IP Address(IPv4/IPv6): / WLAN GW Secondary IP Address(IPv4/IPv6): / WLAN GW Ping Count: WLAN GW Health Check Ping Interval: sec WLAN GW Failover Threshold: WLAN GW Failure Ping Interval: min Number Of Hours To Reattempt Connection To Primary WLAN GW: hrs Circuit-ID SSID: Enable Disable Enable Disable --> Remote-ID: Enable Disable Xfinity.com customerCentral User Guide
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