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Motorola Cable Modem : Wireless -> Advanced Back Back to Basic Page   Status Basic Router Advanced Router   Wireless Protection & Parental Control   VPN Software Connection Diagnostics Security Event Log Setup DHCP DHCPv6 LAN IPv6 DDNS Backup/Restore Options IP Filtering MAC Filtering Port Filtering Forwarding Port Triggers RIP DMZ Basic Radio WPS RADIUS WEP Guest Access Advanced WMM Scan/Bridge Firewall Basic Firewall EventLog Parental Control IPsec L2TP/PPTP Event Log Advanced 2.4 GHz 5 GHz      Advanced Settings    Output Power 100% 75% 50% 25% Output Power: Set to below 100% if you need to minimize interference with other networks.       OBSS Coexistence 0 (Disabled) 1 (Enabled) OBSS Coexistence: OBSS coexistence refers to the ability of your device to support 20 MHz clients within 40 MHz channels. It also allows your device to reduce interference from nearby 20 MHz devices that are interfering with part of your device's 40 MHz channel. This feature is enabled (set to 1) by default. Set to 0 to disable.         Hide SSID (Closed Network) Disabled Enabled Hide SSID (Closed Network): When this feature is enabled, the SSID is not broadcast. Therefore, only devices that already know the SSID will be able to connect.       Mode Required None ERP HT Mode Required: Select None, HT or ERP, where HT and ERP refer to High Throughput and Extended Rate PHY, respectively. These settings determine how your network interacts with older (802.11b/g) and newer (802.11n) wireless clients. Most users will leave this at the default setting of None.       Isolate Client Disabled Enabled Isolate Client: When this feature is enabled, wireless clients on the Primary Network are isolated from each other. They can only access the Internet and your wired network. This feature does not affect the Guest Networks. (Note that devices connected through a Guest Network are isolated from your wired network and from your primary wireless network, but they can access each other.)         54g™ Mode 54g Auto 54g Only 54g Performance 54g LRS 802.11b Only 54g™ Mode: Sets the network mode for legacy 802.11g & 802.11b networks. Most modern networks may ignore this (leave grayed out). To un-gray out this selection, under the 2.4GHz tab in WPS_RADIUS_WEP, Disable 802.11n Mode. Choices are 54g Auto, 54g only, 54g Performance, 54g LRS, and 802.11b Only. 54g Auto accepts 54g, 802.11g, and 802.11b clients, but optimizes performance based on the type of clients connected. 54g Performance accepts only 54g™ clients and provides the highest throughput; nearby 802.11b networks may have degraded performance. 54g LRS interoperates with the widest variety of 54g™, 802.11g, and 802.11b clients. 802.11b accepts only 802.11b clients.       Xpress™ Technology Disabled Enabled Xpress™ Technology: This is a proprietary method to block frame acknowledgement for 802.11g frames. This feature may improve throughput in some legacy networks, but it may cause problems.       802.11n Protection Auto Off 802.11n Protection: 802.11n Protection protects legacy 802.11b&g devices that are within range of your cable modem/router. This feature is enabled ( Auto ) by default. In some environments with no legacy devices, you may improve performance by disabling this feature.         Basic Rate Set Default All Basic Rate Set: This parameter determines which rates are advertised during the negotiation of a connection. The default setting is "Default." In this setting, all rates are advertised.       Multicast Rate Auto 1 Mbps 2 Mbps 5.5 Mbps 6 Mbps 9 Mbps 11 Mbps 12 Mbps 18 Mbps 24 Mbps 36 Mbps 48 Mbps 54 Mbps Multicast Rate: The rate at which multicast packets are sent to clients. These packets are not acknowledged, so the default rate is low to increase the probability of successful delivery.       NPHY Rate Auto Use Legacy Rate 0: 6.5 Mbps or 13.5 Mbps 1: 13 Mbps or 27 Mbps 2: 19.5 Mbps or 40.5 Mbps 3: 26 Mbps or 54 Mbps 4: 39 Mbps or 81 Mbps 5: 52 Mbps or 108 Mbps 6: 58.5 Mbps or 121.5 Mbps 7: 65 Mbps or 135 Mbps 8: 13 Mbps or 27 Mbps 9: 26 Mbps or 54 Mbps 10: 39 Mbps or 81 Mbps 11: 52 Mbps or 108 Mbps 12: 78 Mbps or 162 Mbps 13: 104 Mbps or 216 Mbps 14: 117 Mbps or 243 Mbps 15: 130 Mbps or 270 Mbps NPHY Rate: The physical layer rate. Valid only when 802.11n Mode is set to Auto.       Legacy Rate Auto 1.0 Mbps 2.0 Mbps 5.5 Mbps 6.0 Mbps 9.0 Mbps 11.0 Mbps 12.0 Mbps 18.0 Mbps 24.0 Mbps 36.0 Mbps 48.0 Mbps 54.0 Mbps Legacy Rate: Legacy Rate sets the physical layer rate when 802.11n Mode is set to OFF.         Beacon Interval Beacon Interval: The radio in your cable modem/router sends periodic beacons to signal devices on the wireless network that the radio remains active (a keep alive signal). Range: 1 to 1000msec; default 100msec.       DTIM Interval DTIM Interval: Sets the wakeup interval for clients that operate in power-save mode. Lower values provide higher performance but result in decreased client battery life.       Fragmentation Threshold Fragmentation Threshold: Packets larger than this number of bytes will be broken into shorter packets before transmission. Default, 2346 bytes.       RTS Threshold RTS Threshold: The RTS Threshold relates to the Request to Send/Clear to Send (RTS/CTS) channel contention mechanism. This mechanism can reduce packet loss in networks with significant radio interference or with a large number of wireless devices operating on the same channel. Reduce the RTS Threshold to reduce packet loss. Range: 0 to 2347 bytes; 2347 by default.         Wireless Multicast Forwarding (WMF) Enabled Disabled Wireless Multicast Forwarding (WMF): Multicast involves sending the same packets to two or more endpoints, for example of a video stream. Enabled by default.       Wireless Media Features    Band Steering Enabled Disabled Band Steering: Band Steering directs clients that are capable of doing so to use the 5GHz band when the 2.4GHz band is noisy or crowded. Disabled by default.       Airtime Fairness Enabled Disabled Airtime Fairness: Airtime Fairness relates to sharing radio time slices among slower (e.g. legacy 802.11b&g) and faster (e.g. 802.11n) clients. With Airtime Fairness enabled, your cable modem/router will allocate time slices of similar length to slower and faster clients. Otherwise, slower clients, since they take longer to transmit a given amount of data, may dominate radio time and crowd out faster clients. Disabled by default.       Traffic Scheduler Enabled Disabled Traffic Scheduler: When your wireless network is congested, the traffic scheduler will control access to the wireless queue when traffic exceeds capacity. Disabled by default.       Exhausted Buffer Order Scheduling (EBOS) Enabled Disabled Exhausted Buffer Order Scheduling (EBOS): This setting may only be enabled when the traffic scheduler is enabled. EBOS will allow the first service link priority in sending traffic. Disabled by default.    © 2015 Zoom Telephonics, Inc., an official licensee of Motorola Mobility. All rights reserved. -->
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